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What is the best kart


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#1 bri7

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Posted 26 January 2017 - 05:42 PM

Hi!

 

I am not familiar with forums, but i have a question about building a kart for my FX 12.

I  have seen so many different type of DIY kart on Internet, but two models retained my attention.

 

First is the ABS tubing type (Looks like an H for top)

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The second one is like the "Trail Trekker".

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Any preference?



#2 Mikem

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Posted 27 January 2017 - 08:43 PM

Trail Trekker is quick and easy to put in place and remove. Bungee will fit nicely to thwart behind seat. 

 

I use the Native cart. Very simple and fast to put any of the Propel model boats onto the Native cart. Most of the time I don't need to 'strap the yak in place' as it cradles onto the plastic top securely.   



#3 damuniz

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Posted 20 February 2017 - 04:42 PM

I vote for the Trail Trekker, I have the maximus model and it is worth every penny! Their customer service is also top notch!



#4 Jack Millet

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Posted 11 March 2017 - 08:28 PM

I use carts to pull my YAK behind my golf cart. I learned the hard way (several times) to make sure that the wheels don't make contact with the hull.  I have burned friction holes in the hull ... one all the way through.  Just make sure your hull has really good wheel clearance and watch it continuously.  I have started out with good clearance but hit a bump, make a tight turn, etc ...and the hull can shift.   In which case it will be time to fire up the plastic welder. 

 

Just my thoughts.



#5 scorpion1971

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Posted 12 March 2017 - 07:35 AM

If you want the very best cart, take a look at the BooneDox Landing Gear.



#6 Pelican

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Posted 12 March 2017 - 07:07 PM

Trail Trekker

#7 Mudfish

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Posted 23 March 2017 - 04:58 PM

I use a Paddle Boy Cart with my Ultimate and it works great. I have the model with the air filled tires. But, it is still an "end cart" so load your gear on the end you're not lifting to pull from.

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#8 JohnYaksJax

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Posted 15 April 2017 - 01:00 PM

Check out the C-TUG new model...the "SANDTRAKZ" one!!  It had newly re-signed wheels that allow you to pull it thru sand and soft surfaces like mud with 30% less effort than their previous sand model... 

 

It is completely able to dismantle and store in a front hatch in 20 seconds or less....EVEN by a non-DIY guy like me!!

It is 99.9% and the wheels are now designed for soft sand and really any surface...and they can NEVER be flat. 

The kayak cushions/pads are adjustable for nearly any hull, which is a great feature for people with 2 or more kayaks.

Tool free assembly and take apart, and the capacity is 200#, and it only weighs 10#...

Comes with a strap, but due to those adjustable pads, it is rarely used!!

Check it out....I have kayak fished since 2004 and over 800 kayak trips and never wanted one, but since I live 2 blocks from the Atlantic Ocean, it is calling my name this year...

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