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Malone ClipperTRX Deluxe Kayak/Canoe Cart with No-Flat Tires - 200 lbs

Malone ClipperTRX Deluxe Kayak/Canoe Cart with No-Flat Tires - 200 lbs

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The ClipperTRX, with its time proven performance, is the perfect solution for transporting boats with traditionally designed V-style hulls. With the ability to safely transport up to 200 lbs, this cart is ideal for wider and heavier boats. Lowest Prices for the best watersport carriers from Malone. Malone ClipperTRX Deluxe Kayak/Canoe Cart with No-Flat Tires - 200 lbs part number MAL68FR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Malone Watersport Carriers - MAL68FR

  • Canoe
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  • Malone

The ClipperTRX, with its time proven performance, is the perfect solution for transporting boats with traditionally designed V-style hulls. With the ability to safely transport up to 200 lbs, this cart is ideal for wider and heavier boats.


Features:

  • TRX Airless Never-Go-Flat all-terrain tires
  • Push button wheel release - no more clips to lose
  • Folding silver anodized aluminum frame
  • Dual on-board cam-style load straps
  • Corrosion free and UV resistant construction
  • Twin kick-stands for stability when loading and unloading
  • High grip rubber tread works well over rough and rocky terrain
  • Breaks down in seconds


Specs:

  • Weight capacity: 200 lbs
  • Dimensions:
    • Deployed: 29" x 15" x 16" high
    • Folded: 29" x 14" x 3" high
  • Frame to boat contact width (from edge to edge of rubber pads): 12"
  • Weight: 6.5 lbs
  • Lifetime limited warranty


Constructed of tough marine grade aluminum and finished with a silver anodized surface, the ClipperTRX is built to provide years of dependable service. Features include adjustable rubber padding, corrosion resistant hardware, and twin kick-stands for stable loading.

The cart is outfitted with dual on-board cam-style load straps and TRX Never-Go-Flat tires. With the integrated push button wheel release system, the need for wheel retainer clips is eliminated. Product workmanship and material performance is guaranteed with a lifetime limited warranty.




MPG522 Malone ClipperTRX Deluxe Kayak/Canoe Cart with No-Flat Tires

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Video Transcript for Malone ClipperTRX Deluxe Kayak/Canoe Cart Review

AJ: What's up everybody it's AJ with etrailer.com. Today we're going to be checking out the Malone ClipperTRX Deluxe kayak cart. And what's this going to do is help you load up your kayak and get it to your destination quicker than carrying it and easier than carrying it and loading it with you. You can just throw it on here, pull behind you like you saw me, and it can handle this gravel terrain no problem. Let's check it out.I mentioned how well it works on the gravel terrain and that's because it's the Never-Flat wheel. So it's made out of plastic, but you still have the grip from the rubber outline of the wheel here.

It helps you get traction and grip on this uneven terrain. Now I'm going to cart it back inside. We'll take off the kayak and take a closer look.Back inside and I'm going to go ahead and remove the kayak from the cart so we can take a closer look. I'm just going to undo the straps. Really easy.

We got the metal buckles and you also have the padding back here so you don't have to worry about the buckle ever coming in contact with your kayak. This'll keep any damage from happening. Even if it bounces against or something like that, you have this protection. So I like that.The other thing that it's really handy is that the straps are attached to the cart. And I'll show you what I mean here when I remove this.

Set it to the side, you can see the points that the straps are actually attached to the cart. That's not always the case with these carts. So it's kind of handy to have them attached that way. It's always going to be with you and your cart. You don't have to carry them separately.

That way there's no chance of losing these. They're always going to be right here. And you have the hook and loop fastener here, so you can roll it up nice and neat. And I'll show you how to do that.You can take your excess when you're done with it, loop it up however you want. You'll probably do a nicer, neater job than I'm doing, but. You use the hook and loop right here to bring it acrost, pulls it all together nice and neat. That way the straps aren't just laying out on the ground.The straps being attached to the cart are pretty important and it makes it way easier to load up your kayak, knowing that your straps are right here and already in place. You don't have to fumble around with it. If it was the other way, like the Swagman Hauler, it comes with the straps you need, but you have to set the kayak on there first, then work the strap around the kayak and the bottom of the cart going around these bars too to make sure it's nice and tight. That can be kind of a hassle. It'll be up and down, underneath your kayak carrier when you could just throw it on here, have these dedicated points on the side, throw your straps, and be good to go.Some things you might not notice right away though, are the rubber grips. These are nice. They keep a nice grip on your kayak when you set it on top. That way it gives you time to strap it down without. If you didn't have them, you'd just have the aluminum frame. They would probably slide a little bit on you. Because the front end of your kayaks would be on the ground, so that will keep it from moving for the most part. But if there wasn't these grips, it could just slide right off there. It's going to help you keep it there.And the other thing that helps is the kickstand here at the bottom, folds up pretty easily all together like that. But then you're ready to use it, just fold it out. And the kickstand also keeps the cart upright when you're going to load that kayak.The frame of the cart is made out of aluminum. So you don't have to worry about it being exposed to water or the elements because you're going to be around water if you're taking your kayak there. It's not going to damage this at all. And it's got a weight capacity of 200 pounds. So those are for your a little bit heavier kayaks or fishing kayaks or canoes.Another great feature it has is it can fold up very easily and store. You can even remove the wheels with the push of a button. The button stays in and you just pull the plastic wheel off. Slide off. I can you show you what I'm talking about on this side a little better. You got the metal button you push in there, you push with your other hand, slides right off.You can store it in your storage area. I think that's where we'll put our wheels actually. We'll stow them in our kayak. And I'll probably throw the frame up front. And either store it in here by our feet, if you want to go up here. But if that's in your way and kind of annoying, it could fit in a backpack or up front here.We weren't able to fit it in our storage area, but every kayak's different. You might have bigger ones and have no problems. But just to let you know what you're going to be working with, from wheel to wheel it's going to be 29 inches. From top to bottom it's going to be 14 inches. And then the thickness from bar to bar here is 3 inches. So that's how much space this is going to take up wherever you want to put it.Now, if you're not really hitting the gravel trails, you're hitting more beach or sand areas, there's another option when it comes to the wheels. You can either order this with the balloon wheels, is what they call them. And those are the inflatable tires that work better on the sand. Or you can just order the wheel separately and swap them out whenever you need to change terrain.This is what the ClipperTRX Deluxe looks like with the beach tires on it, or they call them balloon tires. But they're made mainly for going over sand because it's a softer terrain. So you don't need to dig into it like you kind of do with the gravel, like those other wheels do.This one, they're inflatable so you have to air them up with air. And so that means they run the risk of popping or something like that if you we're to go off road. I don't think it would hurt them too bad. Just be careful with that. But because they're inflated they can handle those softer surfaces and glide across them way easier than those other tires that'll just try and dig in there and kind of sink.The other thing that helps them out on softer terrain is just how much tire there actually is. There's just so much contact area with how wide they are. That helps it from sink down into that softer terrain like sand.So we found when folding it up we weren't able to fit the frame and the tires in our compartment here. We can only fit a tire here. We could tuck the frame in under here. Then we still had one tire. So this seemed like the best way to put it on our kayak when we're actually at the water. Now, your kayak might be different. You might have a bigger one where it fits in there just fine, but just know that the sand balloon tires are going to be way bigger than the other ones. You'll need a little bit more storage space when you're actually getting to the water.Whichever one you go with, you're not stuck with it. That's the good thing. You don't have to buy two different carriers for two different applications. If you buy this one for the beach tires that you use most of the time and you decide, you know what, you're going to go to a different place and now you need the offroad ones. Just buy them separately, put them on here and replace it, and you're good to go.Well hopefully that helps, seeing both of them side by side to see which one works better for you and your kayak and your adventures. Thanks for hanging out, and I hope this helps.


Customer Reviews

Malone ClipperTRX Deluxe Kayak/Canoe Cart with No-Flat Tires - 200 lbs - MAL68FR

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (3 Customer Reviews)

The ClipperTRX, with its time proven performance, is the perfect solution for transporting boats with traditionally designed V-style hulls. With the ability to safely transport up to 200 lbs, this cart is ideal for wider and heavier boats.

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These are very nice carts. It securely holds my 12' Crescent Lite Tackle kayak and rolls pretty well over rough terrain. It does bog down some in sand or deep mud. Takes seconds to disassemble and easily stows in the front hatch of my kayak.



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