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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2012 2:20 pm 
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Has anyone used a Camel Trolley Kayak Cart? I like the way it folds up to stow away.
It seems to be a bit wider than the C-Tug folding cart.


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 Post subject: Re: I use it and like it
PostPosted: Mon May 14, 2012 7:21 am 
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My Freedom Hawk 12 and Pathfinders have as my wife jokes about them having a big wide butt. Their wide butts seem to overwhelm other carriers/trolleys.

The Feel Free Camel Trolley Kayak Cart works well on both of them.

The system takes a little getting used to, but once you get used to setting it up properly on the ground and the off/on lever. It is then very easy to secure with its belt and handles well when you pick up the yak with the front handle.

Feel Free has some good videos re setting it up and how to use it.

It fits into the front hatch of my FH Pathfinder when it is folded down and the belt wrapped around it.

It handles our Oasis in our driveways and street between the driveways. It should work well launching the Oasis in water. We will be trying it soon.

It should work fine, and there is no worry about damaging the scuppers in our 2009 Oasis. Last but not least we will not have to lift the Oasis up in the water to get the FF Camel Trolley disconnected like we do with the Hobie Wide Trax.

This link takes you to Austin Kayak for my review and others re this unique Kayak trolley/cart:

http://www.austinkayak.com/products/562 ... olley.html


bigdrop wrote:
Has anyone used a Camel Trolley Kayak Cart? I like the way it folds up to stow away.
It seems to be a bit wider than the C-Tug folding cart.

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