Wheeleez Boat Dollies

Wheeleez boat dollies make is easier to move and launch smaller boats over uneven terrain, such as soft sand, mud or marshy areas. Wheeleez frames are made of marine-grade, anodized aluminum and can be adjusted along their length from 96 to 124 inches to accommodate boats up to 19 feet long. Widths can be adjusted from 54 to 89 inches, for transporting boats with beams up to 7 feet.An
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Wheeleez boat dollies make is easier to move and launch smaller boats over uneven terrain, such as soft sand, mud or marshy areas. Wheeleez frames are made of marine-grade, anodized aluminum and can be adjusted along their length from 96 to 124 inches to accommodate boats up to 19 feet long. Widths can be adjusted from 54 to 89 inches, for transporting boats with beams up to 7 feet.

An adjustable strap suspends the boat’s hull above the axle beam between two upright, height-adjustable supports, while the bow rests on a roller and high-density foam pad. Five different wheel types, including “balloon” wheels and two different Tuff-Tire styles, are available for use on varying terrains and payloads. For more on the dollies, visit wheeleez.com.

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