I'm hoping someone out there can shed some light for me....
I have a 2012 Pro Angler....Love it (even though I broke me seat hinge - story for another thread)
When I purchased the PA, I also purchased a cart. I believe at the time my choices were less than they are now. I have a standard cart with plastic wheels. I don't use the cart on anything other than hard surfaces. About 11 months after purchasing the cart, the welds failed. My dealer swapped it under warranty. Early this season, the wheels for the cart broke. (I wasn't surprised when they did, they are the light duty wheels). A buddy had a set of wheels he wasn't using and I used them on the cart for a few trips.
Yesterday, the weld broke AGAIN on the cart. I know there were weld problems in the past but I've read plenty of times that this has been solved in manufacturing for new carts.
So now I need a new cart. I'm not thrilled about that! Which do I purchase? I see on the Hobie website there are 3 choices.
Heavy duty, Standard and Trax 2. The trax 2 is out for me as I don't use the boat at the beach.
The big question is this: Is the frame on the Standard Cart the same as the frame on the Heavy Duty or are the wheels the only difference?
This page on Hobie's site says nothing about the cart's capacity.http://www.hobiecat.com/accessories/carts/
Matt Miller! Help me out, is the Cart weld issue fixed?