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8′ Cat Trax Catamaran Beach Wheels with Standard Hull Cradles 8′ Beam

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40.00 LBS
$99.00 (Fixed Shipping Cost)
Shipping Note:
Please note that this item is built to order and may take 5-7(+/-) days to ship once ordered.
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This lightweight, yet sturdy rustproof beach dolly will carry your catamaran easily over sand, rocks, mud or pavement. The Cat Trax feature strong aluminum wheel rims with two-ply pneumatic rubber tires that disperse weight and do not dig in. Air pressure can be changed to accommodate the conditions. Roller bearings give low-friction wheeling. Twenty super hard and super slick delrin roller bearings per wheel provide smooth rolling.

Cat Trax provide no-hassle, maintenance-free operation with no lubrication required, plus they cannot rust. Tough and durable ABS molded and padded end caps center the boat and hold it in line. Just pull the CatTrax under the boat using the tie down ropes and, when balanced, secure the ropes to the stays. There is no faster or simpler system. Use the same tie down ropes to secure to your trailer tongue when transporting on the road.

Shipping Notes:  Since Cat Trax is an oversized item, Shipping is a Flat Rate $99

**Please note Cat Trax are built to order and can take 5-7 days to build prior to shipping**


Choosing Axel Width: The best way to know which axle you need is to measure the width of your boat.  All boats under 8′ wide use the 8′ Axle.  All boats between 8′ and 8’6″ need the 8′ axle.

Boats that use the 8′ axle:
Hobie: Getaway, Wave, 14, 16, 17, 18
Prindle: 15, 16, 18
Nacra: 4.5, 5.0, 5.2, 5.5SL, 5.7, 5.8, 460, N15
G-Cat: 5.0

Boats the use the 8’6″ axle:
Hobie: 20, Tiger, Wildcat,
Nacra: 6.0, 6.0NA, F18INF, F18, Inter 17, 18, 20, Carbon 20, N17 MKII Olympic
Supercat: 17, 20

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    Posted by Scott Tyler on 27th Jun 2020

    Totally expected some assembly but did not expect to have to measure for the location of the saddles and drill the aluminum axel 4 times! Why bother measuring and ordering the correct cat fax width in the first place? The axel should have been pre drilled for sure! Many chances for the end user to mess this task up. It is harder than you think to get the saddles oriented the same way on a round surface! Hole that was predrilled was way too small for the rope. Come on now. These are easy fixes and then you’ll get a better rating. Until then, I would buy wheels and saddles from them and DIY the rest!

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