Bonnlo Boat Kayak Canoe Cart Carrier is a fantastic accessory for kayakers and canoeists. It is designed with a larger diameter aluminum pipe (20x2mm) anodized stainless steel, ensuring durability and strength. With a weight limit of 200 pounds, this cart allows for effortless transportation of various kayaks and canoes to the beach area, lake, or riverside.
One of the standout features of this kayak trolley cart is its solid tires. The airless wheels make it more convenient and easier to use. The large-diameter solid tires, measuring 10 inches in diameter and 3 inches in width, provide excellent traction and stability. These odor-free PU tires roll smoothly across various terrains such as sand, lawns, and rough terrain.
The Bonnlo Boat Kayak Canoe Cart Carrier is also foldable, making it convenient to transport in your car. Assembling and disassembling the cart is a breeze. You can even remove the kayak wheels and pack them into your kayak's hatches, saving space during transportation.
When purchasing the Bonnlo Boat Kayak Canoe Cart Carrier, you also receive two 7.75 Ft (5TF+2.75) ratchet straps as part of the package. These straps attach to the tubes on the cart and securely grip the kayak, minimizing slippage. Additionally, the kayak trolley system comes with a two-year warranty for added peace of mind.
Q: Does this have solid wheels?
A: Yes, this cart is equipped with solid wheels.
Q: Does it work for paddleboards?
A: I’m sure it would. I have two sit-on kayaks and a canoe, and it works perfectly for them.
Q: Can this hold a 12-foot aluminum boat?
A: It holds my 12 ft. kayak with ease. So, I believe it should be able to hold a 12-foot aluminum boat as well.
Q: Will this work on an old town saranac 146? I think the saranac is a little wider than most canoes and kayaks.
A: It looks like it should. Although loading may be slightly more challenging due to the width, once the straps are secured, it should work fine.
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I’m sure it would, I have 2 sit on Kyaks and a canoe, it works for them
It holds my 12 ft. kayak fine.
It looks like it should. It might be a bit of a pain to load, but once the straps are on I think it would be fine.