Get a kayak or canoe from the car to the water with ease using this trolley. Built with large tires and a solid metal frame, this cart can easily hold and transport a kayak. It’s designed with foam bumpers to protect and hold the boat by the hull in a V-shaped cradle. Quickly and easily load it out of the water with a spring-loaded stand.
Foam Bumpers: 3.5″(L)
Spring-Loaded Stand: 9.25″(H)
Weight Capacity: 150 lbs.
Weight: 7.7 lbs.
Color: Silver, Black
Material: Aluminum, PU Foam
No assembly required (with instructions)
BCP SKU: SKY1251
- Built with a sturdy aluminum frame and foam bumpers on each arm to protect your kayak or canoe hull
- The support stand features a 10in spring-loaded stand to keep the dolly cart propped up onshore for quick loading out of water
- Large, 10in foam tires can roll smoothly along gravel and sand
- 12ft straps can easily secure a full size kayak or canoe
- Foldable and easy to store when not in use; Weight Capacity: 150 lbs.
Image from page 138 of “Thackerayana;” (1875)
Year: 1875 (1870s)
Authors: Grego, Joseph, 1843-1908, comp Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863, illus
Subjects: Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863 Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863 Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863 Novelists, English
Publisher: London, Chatto and Windus
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress
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est Dumouriez, who, it may be remembered,treated him with marked cordiality; the special envoy of therepublic was, however, arrested, with his companions, and deliveredby the general into the hands of the Austrians. Nov. 18-23.—I have been at a great supper at Count Schulen-bergs. As usual, I saw Beurnonville, who was very attentive.He looks like an immense cart-horse, put by mistake in the finestcaparisons; his figure is colossal and ungainly; and his unifonnof blue and gold, which appears too large even for his largeperson, is half covered with the broadest gold lace. His ton isthat of a corps-de-garde (he was really a corporal), but when headdresses himself to women, he affects a softness and tegerete, SUPPER AT MAD. ANGESTROMS. 5 which reminds one exactly of the Ass and the Spaniel, and hiscompliments are very much in the style of M. Jourdain. Itis said, however, he is benevolent and wellmeaning. Nov. 30.—Supped at Mad. Angestroms,wife of the Swedish Minister, who is perfectly
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