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Melissa DiGiovannantonio Melissa DiGiovannantonio
24 ft
Very easy to install and fit like a glove
Cable frozen up so I upgraded
VEVOR Boat Launching Wheels, 12" Boat Transom Launching Wheel, 500 LBS Loading Capacity Inflatable Boat Launch Wheels, Aluminium Alloy Transom Launching Dolly Wheels with 4 PCS of Quick Release Pins
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Julius Julius
24 ft 15 inch 600 lbs
Process engineer
Nice items and easy to install. But I think I order a wrong size that is larger than I want. Don't know how to change for 12" wheels and how much for the cost? The web should have return policy (or change item policy)and details. Thanks.
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Danielle Danielle
24 ft 12 inch 600 lbs
May need modification
I needed to get longer bolts for the top holes - the ones it came with wouldn't go through the Transom completely. I also found that during install, unless your bolts are absolutely flush, it will cause the retaining pins to be difficult to seat. I ended up drilling new holes, and enlarging the existing ones a bit, and now everything is fine.My recommendation is to get a lanyard/attach the pins to something, I lost one in the water as I was coming into the dock trying to drop the wheels (also, pretty difficult to submerge an inflatable tire, and get a pin in a hole at the same time without having some additional clearance).Other than that - they work great, I had my Jon boat loaded with equipment and used the tires to wheel it from the parking lot to the ramp with no trouble - make sure you grease everything the directions say to!
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L Hogan L Hogan
24 ft 12 inch 600 lbs
Very well made!
Photo is when they are being stored during dinghy ride. They made it so easy to wheel my wood dinghy across a parking lot with very little effort!
VEVOR Boat Launching Wheels, 12" Boat Transom Launching Wheel, 500 LBS Loading Capacity Inflatable Boat Launch Wheels, Aluminium Alloy Transom Launching Dolly Wheels with 4 PCS of Quick Release Pins
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Aarcha01 Aarcha01
24 ft 12 inch 600 lbs
Great value and quality compared to others.
The wheels arrived promptly and were packaged in a manner that they could not be damaged. I was surprised the quality of the steel frames and sturdiness of the wheels. The instructions weren’t great, but if you measure twice or (maybe even three times) :) before drilling your holes, you should be fine. I highly recommend these!
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C Williams C Williams
24 ft 12 inch 600 lbs
Sturdy
Impressed by the quality. My plans are to paint these to match my all black hard floor inflatable. To my surprise they showed up completely deburred and bead blasted with a nice matte finish. Made my job much easier. Tires feel like they'd handle over 300lb with no issue, nice tread. Pins fit snug, no slop, and no fighting to insert. The only negative way missing one valve cap and I am OK with that.
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Amazon Customer Amazon Customer
18 ft 15 inch 600 lbs
Good quality materials
This setup is made of good quality materials. It requires some expertise in installing. If you are not good at mechanical projects, you will probably need a professional to install it. The instructions look straight forward and I intend to install it myself. Although I have not yet used it, I have looked at an identical unit in use and was impressed.
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Rooster Rooster
24 ft 12 inch 600 lbs
quality product
Great fit and finish. Adapted to a colorado xt pontoon boat.
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Sam Sam
24 ft 12 inch 600 lbs
does its job, once you set it up
Overall I am pleased now that this is setup on the transom of my dinghy.To make this work I did need to drill out a larger hole in one of the holes on the rod holding the wheels. Otherwise when the boat was propped up correctly, the pins would not fit through.
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Jeff Stearns Jeff Stearns
18 ft 12 inch 500 lbs
Sturdy and easy to install. Retaining pins are somewhat hard to remove.
These wheels are sturdy and easy to install. I installed them by myself with a few hand tools in half an hour.I can now wheel my 110 pound dinghy down a set of concrete stairs, across a rocky shoreline, and into the water. This used to be difficult with two people, but I can now do it all by myself.My only complaint would be the retaining pins which hold the struts in place. You can pull the lower pin and flip the strut up out of the water. That's the idea, anyway. In reality, the retaining pins are hard to remove and install. The pins have a spring-loaded ball which acts as a detent, and that ball tends to stick in place when you try to install or remove the pin. It may get better if I can pack some grease into it; I haven't tried that yet.You may also want to tie a line to the pins so you don't lose them if you drop them in the water.I've just been leaving the wheels down when the boat is in the water. They add some drag but it's not a significant problem for me.
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