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Published on Aug 8, 2009
I put together an inexpensive Sunfish dolly to be able to transport it from the parking lot of a favorite beach I go to, to get it to the waters edge. The wheels/tires were the most expensive item ($35 each). If I were a better scrounger, I could have put this together for little to nothing. Otherwise, I spent about $100. Corrections to this and the next several videos: I used 2"x4" lumber for the bunks and supporting strut, 1"x2" for the fore/aft supports going at a 45degree angle, and 1"x3" for the lateral supports. I don't think I've come up with anything extraordinary or new, just came up with my own way of making a well built, light, inexpensive and easy to use transporter. Can also be used on the three homemade kayaks I have built. A Chesapake 16LT, Pygmy Osprey and a Chesapeake Pax 18.