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    Possible to make your own beach dolly?

    Hi guys,

    I'm trying to figure out how to build a simple beach cart/dolly to transport my 2014 superjet from a parking lot to the water through the beech sand. I hate to spend 400-500 on a dolly and curious if it is hard to make one. Any suggestions?


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    If you car weld or have a bud who can this is a simple one and can be made from aluminum or thin wall mild steel and some atv tires Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramstein View Post
    I hate to spend 400-500 on a dolly
    You are thinking about it the wrong way. Think of it as an investment that you will recover your money when you sell it.

    I bought a "Tiger Tote" and its the best for the price: (he has been doing this longer than anyone)
    http://www.floridasailcraft.com/JetProducts.htm

    I used mine all the time for a long time and sold it at a $50 loss. I used it in salt and it held up great. The plastic wheels (good luck trying to source them), phenolic axle sleeve and aluminum axle are maintenance free. If you can't weld, don't bother. Even if you can weld, go price out the parts and you will seen see that its not worth it.

    Even though my Tiger Tote was for my SuperJet, I have used it on X4 and XPL seadoo's and it handled the extra load with no issue.

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    Tiger tote it is! Thanks

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