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Malone Xpress Scupper Kayak Cart with Rover Wheels - Dick's Sporting Goods

Malone Xpress Scupper Kayak Cart with Rover Wheels

Item Number: 22884086
Price: $159.99
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Soft surfaces like sand are no problem for the Malone® Xpress™ Scupper Kayak Cart. Rover™ wheels provide optimal traction when transporting your kayak on the beach or a muddy bank. This solid kayak scupper cart features an aluminum frame with stainless steel hardware and a tapered scupper hole cone. Designed to fit most sit-on-top kayaks, the width easily adjusts and locks. A center foam block stabilizes and protects your kayak.

FEATURES:

  • Kayak scupper cart
  • Fits nearly all sit-on-top kayaks with scupper holes
  • Perfect for transporting a kayak across sand to the shoreline
  • Rover™ Wheels feature an opposing tread design for increased traction
  • Airless deep dish wheel design has 10 support ribs for durability
  • Removable center foam block stabilizes and protects kayak
  • Non-corrosive frame and stainless steel hardware ensure longevity
  • Adjustable locking width control adds convenience
  • Engineered to hold 200 lbs.
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Style: MPG504-R
  • Malone

For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 1-800-295-0042.

Country Of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Soft sand A bit disappointed the wheels tend to plow in soft sand, though less problems with one wheel digging in and tipping the loaded yak. August 3, 2013
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