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    Yeah, then the trailer would be a lot easier.

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    i have a c tug as well and its the best ive had..definately worth the money

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    Ray the jetski trailer is what I use for hauling my kayak but at times you will have a need for a cart to be able to move your kayak in places that don't have ramps.
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    Got my c-tug today. It's sturdier than it looks online.

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    I found a small Hustler boat trailer on CL, trailer is long enough for a 11' boat per specs, my Ride 115 fits just fine. I can roll this trailer around in the yard with one hand, tows great. Just back it down the ramp and dump the yak in the water. I can load the yak at home and everything will ride just fine to the water this way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracker22 View Post
    Got my c-tug today. It's sturdier than it looks online.
    They look good and should last you a long time.

    Jimp, you can use 3'' PVC to make runners to fit your ride. Make loading them very easy.

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    If you have a truck you can use a bed extender love my T-Bone
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    another vote for the C -Tug.

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    I use the boonedox on my Native Titan and just flip the wheels up or down with no need to store the cart. If I didnít have that then the c-tug would be a good one. When I first started though I bought a cheap $30 cart and it did everything I needed.

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    Another vote for C-tug and Boonedox T-Bone. I love mine, use them regularly, and haven't had one second's worth of trouble out of either.

    Jim

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