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    Question Boat wheels.... anyone put their tinny on wheels for getting to the water and in again?

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    Boat wheels.... anyone put their tinny on wheels for getting to the water and in again?


    https://www.amazon.ca/Launching-whee...ds=boat+wheels

    The reviews look good and this would save my back (No trailer) and I can make a bow wheel easy enough BUT... has anyone tried it? Looking for some thoughts... other than the reviews.
    http://boatloader.com/rbwheel.html#

    https://www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/th...wheels.619167/

    I'm always a bit interested in others experience and question some reviews.

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    Well I've got to admit, that's slicker than snot on the door knob! A few years back, in the spring, a couple buddies n I did some rainbow fishing up on Superior and we carried our tinny through the PP to get to the water. (park was still closed for season) A riggin like that would have been handy?
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    That is slick, I had to youtube it to watch how some of the worked.

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    When I had my 14' with 7.5 Honda I had the home made version, 2 of those tires from P/A, 4' of steel rod for the axle and a ratchet strap. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBh1XcPSKco

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