Thanks to Stobbo's shared use of his C-Tug, I bought the hard wheel C-Tug for my FH Pathfinder and Hobie Oasis.
Once you figure out the strap fitting on the C-tug, it is a very handy and useful cart. There are a lot of how to videos on UTube showing how well it works in sometimes harsh conditions.
There is no having to lift a heavy yak to insert the stick in tubes in the holes in the bottom of your yak or to turn it sideways to get the cart fitted.
You just lift the rear of the yak and set it on the C-Tug and strap it on. Then you take it to the water. Put the bow in, unstrap it and pull it off the C-Tug.
This works with a fully loaded Pathfinder with a heavy battery, motor and a lot of gear. My Camel Back Cart failed with the Pathfinder and our Oasis, as it was overwhelmed with the weight that should have been under its so called weight limit.
The one drawback is with a couple of launch areas with sand and seaweed to get through to the bays to launch a yak.
That will be solved with the new add on wheel wideners, which should be available early this year.
The link below shows the addon wheel wideners being put on and used in heavy sand with heavy yaks.http://www.paddlerzone.co.nz/products/t ... _trolleys/
Don't buy the soft tires with a tube as they don't work well. Get the new hard wheels and try them in your launch area. If the wheels need to be wider buy the new wheel widener attachments when they come on the market.