i have 2 comments here:
1: the absolute hardest part of solo-ing my TI for me is getting the rear ass end up on the beach cart, then i just pick up the front and walk it down to the water. after this part the hard stuff is over for me, but just getting the cart under the TI and the TI up in the air enough with one hand is my hardest part. i am 5'6'' bout 150
on one occasion i thought i had the cart up under the rear of the TI enough and when i let go of the TI it hit the cart only half on and the yellow handle flew up and pegged me on the side of the head
was kinda more embarrassing than anything since there are usually people watching me from the road when i set it up/launch it and un-launch it. i tried to play it off like it didn't happen but i kept being reminded of it for the next hour or so.
2: my first beach cart cracked within a couple months, brought it back to the dealer (dennis in annapolis md) and he swapped it out for a new one which was awesome. after a season of a new cart on okinawa it too was all cracked up so i ordered a new top pvc part mounting thing (the part that was cracked) that the boat sits on and is attached to the axle of the beach cart thingy. i have been using the severely cracked cart still just waiting for the day it completely fails and i will put the good replacement piece on. but it has sure held up even though severely cracked and unsightly that's for sure. guess it is really just an eyesore at this point but still seems to get the job done.