I usually land at (concrete) launching ramps. I would like to put the cart under the boat to avoid dragging it over the concrete. However, the cart is very buoyant. I am not strong enough to life the kayak by one arm high enough above the water to insert the cart legs in the scuppers. When the kayak is in the water, you really can't roll it on its side.
Has anyone else had this experience? Solutions?
Jim - either fill the beach type wheels approx one third full of water and reinflate to the normal (low) pressure, or alternatively, why not just use the standard hard surface wheels if you usually land on concrete???
I removed the Trax beach wheels off my original Trax cart, drilled a couple of holes in the axle and using split pins and washers, I could switch between beach or standard wheels as circumstances necessitate
Now you will find it possible to insert or remove your wheels whilst on top of the boat, shortly before landing or after launching.
If you choose to use standard wheels and adapt this method, you need to very careful you don't let go of the cart until it is locked in or it will sink !