The Lil Kahuna SUP Dolly is the smallest and quickest way to get you and your SUP down to the water. Ideal for those not carrying much other than a board and paddle and may have a small distance to PUSH or PULL the board over various unpaved surfaces.
Transporting two boards is possible by purchasing an extra lashing strap and placing the larger board on the bottom for stability. The optional suction cup dual handle feature will likely be helpful for this task with another person.
Low Pressure Beach WheelsAnything less will feel like pulling a stack of bricks through molasses. These low air pressure wheels are heavy-duty polyurethane and work best in sand around 3 psi (Pounds Per Square Inch air pressure). Maximum pressure is at 4 psi. (DO NOT OVERINFLATE!!) It is suggested to test each wheel with a low-pressure tire gauge every few weeks to maintain optimum performance. Just a few pumps with a standard hand operated bicycle pump will be enough to fill each wheel.
It is important to realize the lower the air pressure the easier it is to move through sand, however you sacrifice some stability with a lower air pressure. It may be wise to adjust your tire pressure based on the conditions you are using them. Under a heavy load it is best to avoid thick vegetation with sharp thorns and sticks or jagged rocky areas and glass to avoid any risk of tire punctures. To learn more about the 12 inch Kahuna Beach Wheels, click here.
Loading 2 Boards With Gear!An extra lashing cargo strap is a must when piggy backing an addtional board. It is extremely important for the user to be mindful about the weight added to the cart. Be aware of the what your boards weigh in addition to any other beach gear you wish to haul. Do not exceed the maximum frame load weight of 100 pounds. All items including paddles should be securely strapped down with your boards during use.
Special Notes1. Do NOT overload beyond the 100 lb frame load capacity.
2. Do NOT over inflate the beach wheels beyond the 4 psi as stated on each wheel. Use a low pressure tire gauge to determine proper air pressure.
3. Do NOT use pressurized air to fill the beach wheels. Use a manual bicycle pump.
4. Avoid storing outdoors over long periods of time in the direct sun. Prolonged direct exposure to sunlight could decrease the strength of the polyurethane tires.
5. Do NOT transport people, such as children, on the SUP Dolly even if the person weighs less than the maximum load. The cart can still become unstable as a person's weight shifts during transport.
6. Do NOT use any solvents to clean the cart. Only use soap and water. For stubborn smudges or dirt removal use of a product called Medisol is very effective. Using anything else risks removing the color pipes protective UV coating.
7. Always use the lashing strap to secure your board and items on the dolly during transport.