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DIY Kayak cart finished. I used 1 inch PVC pipe. I purchased a 10 foot section and used the bottom of my kayak (because of the awkward shape of the Ascend FS128T) to determine the length of the cuts. The 10 foot section costs around $3.75 at Home Depot. The bolt holding the wheels on is 5/8ths, 3 feet long and around $9. They will cut it to length for you. The two wheels were $5 at Harbor Freight Tools and the orange pool noodle was $2 at Walmart. After the initial

DIY Kayak cart finished. I used 1 inch PVC pipe. I purchased a 10 foot section and used the bottom of my kayak (because of the awkward shape of the Ascend FS128T) to determine the length of the cuts. The 10 foot section costs around $3.75 at Home Depot. The bolt holding the wheels on is 5/8ths, 3 feet long and around $9. They will cut it to length for you. The two wheels were $5 at Harbor Freight Tools and the orange pool noodle was $2 at Walmart. After the initial

(Article by Mark)   As time passes and I get older, the thought of carrying my kayak long distances to or from the water becomes less and le...

(Article by Mark) As time passes and I get older, the thought of carrying my kayak long distances to or from the water becomes less and le...

A sea kayaking blog about Maine and other beautiful places.   Join us on scenic sea kayak trips.   Paddle to see lakes, streams, and ocean!

A sea kayaking blog about Maine and other beautiful places. Join us on scenic sea kayak trips. Paddle to see lakes, streams, and ocean!