Looking for an all-around cart with a high capacity load? Look no further with the Hobie Trax 2-30 Kayak Cart. This is the recommended cart for the Hobie Pro Angler 12/14 as well as the Island series. It has 30 cm blow-molded polyurethane pneumatic tires that can carry some of the biggest Hobie kayaks! This cart is suitable for both hard surfaces and soft dirt/sand. The larger sidewall prevents pinching and valve damage under heavy loads, and the stainless steel construction and solid stainless axle ensure you'll have stable towing. Wheels are easily removable for storage.
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Great selection and amazing customer service and fast delivery.
received this trax and when I opened the box what I had was not as depicted on the picture.Your picture shows an axel with a scew on cap. what I received was an axel with cotter pin ant the end. This was fortunate for me since I have been trying to replace a wheel from my trax 2-30 that I have had for 3 years, It has leak around the stem cannot be fixed, tried for 2 months to order that wheel nobody carries it. So bought a new one, now have 3 good wheels so I will be good for a few years and have a replacement wheel... thanks.
Have you ever tried to haul a Pro-Angler 12 with the help of another person? Let me tell you, it's not easy. You might as well slide a piano up and down the beach. I am in my late 50s, so I decided I needed a break. All you have to do is tilt your kayak on its side, insert the metal rods into the scupper holes, and drag the kayak wherever you want from one handle. I'm pretty sure even my wife can do it. My cart has been through different types of terrain white sand, sharp rocks, etc.) and it hasn't had a problem yet. Just remember to rinse after use.
This is a much better option than the Trax 2 offered by Hobie. These tires are large enough and the donuts high enough that they never rub against my Pro Angler 12 even when I have lots of gear on it. The old trax 2 was not a good option as they would rub making the kayak extremely difficult to carry over sand.