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Model # 10915445Mfg # 61105


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Product Description

With large 16" bike tire wheels, the ATC is great for going over rutted paths that cause difficulty for smaller wheeled carts, and it's faster over paved, flat surfaces. For many users, the large wheels will also offer a more natural height for pulling or pushing.

The ATC is perfect for heavy-loaded canoe portages, john-boats and other larger craft, including dinghies and Lasers. It easily transports all kayaks.

The heavy-duty powder-coated steel frame breaks down nicely for low-profile storage. A spring-loaded, super stable kickstand, adjustable top pad bars, and included cinch straps complete this super heavy-duty cart. 300 pound capacity.

Available in gray.

  • Designed for: Kayaks, Canoes, John Boats, Larger Craft
  • Carrying Capacity: Up to 300 pounds
  • Material: Powder-coated steel
  • Wheels: 16" bike tire wheels
  • Dimensions: 19" H x 33" W
  • Weight: 15lb.8oz.


ATC Kayak Dolly

Type Dollies


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Seattle Sports ATC Kayak Dolly

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A leap forward in small craft portage

By Shallow Water Sailor

from St. Michaels, MD

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  • Attractive Design
  • Easy To Install
  • Easy To Use
  • Quality Construction


    Best Uses

    • Small Boats

    Comments about Seattle Sports ATC Kayak Dolly:

    I use this cart to carry a 10' Avon Rover w/ 6hp outboard over rutted and often muddy ground. From the first use, I was impressed with the ease of loading the boat and pulling the cart, especially over uneven ground. The wide kickstand is a real convenience. My only complaint is that the wire strap system for attaching the load is not up to the capacity of the cart. The straps failed on both sides within the first few uses. Figure on rigging your own attachment lines and hooks.

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