Thanks for the ideas, I do not have a PA yet, but I am trying to figure all this out. I have a wheeleez beach cart (not the kayak cart) and the wheels are great in soft sand, but they are susceptible to puncture. I had some questions:
1. Is the Hobie scupper beach wheel less susceptible to puncture? It is some kind of foam? Do you inflate it with air?
2. Can the wheeleez solution be carried with you like the scupper cart or do you have to leave it on the beach?
3. The wheeleez solution appears to allow you to balance the weight over the wheels as you wish. The scupper cart has to go into the scupper holes. When you put it in the scupper holes, is the weight mostly on the wheels or do you still have a significant weight on your arm as you pull the boat?
thanks very much
1 The wheels are air filled
2 I leave my cart with the vehicle, it's big. Being I have the largest cart they make and the rail kit too. Yes you could strap it to the kayak, but I don't. I'm always close to the truck.
3 I used the scupper cart first and used the back holes just behind the seat. There is a good amount of weight on your arms at the bow. I never tried a set of holes closer to the bow to see if they made a differance or not. With the beach cart figure see saw, with the scupper cart figure it's a fulcrum and the amount of weight on one end is increased by its placement.