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I saw this in the dreaded Harbour Freight catalog. It comes to my work place. I know most think they sell junk, but I doubt you can go wrong with these. I'm thinking they will work great on home made kayak dolly's. FYI - O*D*W
 

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I was thinking rust might be a problem as well, but im sure you could coat them with some kind of protection. I forgot that most folks keeps them attatched to their rigs. But, they are cheap. Lol.
 

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At that price, buy another pair when they rust out!

OTW, I bought those for my hobie, but the PVC didn't hold up well under the weight. The wheels are GTG for the money. A lighter yak will do fine as many use the PVC design successfully.

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Kayak Dolly Wheels

They are not "FAT" enough for the beach. I tried them on a homemade dolly to carry my ice chest on to the beach and they just bog down in the sand. If you use them on hard ground, they are perfect.
 

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I wonder how these wheels would work on sand if you made a cart with dualies?

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Wondered that myself. The weight of them alone Im not sure its worth it. May be more trouble than its worth. I made my own cart as well and used the same wheels. Great to move on concrete and gravel. It sucks in sand. But better than draging with the same effort.
 

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I have the harbor freight wheels on my supper plug cart now. They work well for the price. I think the power wheels, wheel maybe a go. They should do better in the sand.
 
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