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Old 14 June 2014, 14:42   #1
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Honda Honwave t40 wheels

Bought a t40 new with a friend. Looking to make it easy as possible to launch. Any wheels in particular best for it?
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Old 10 July 2014, 05:01   #2
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Hi, I bought those custom honwave wheels, to fit to my baby honwave airdeck that only has a Honda 2.4hp outboard on it, and I have to say on anything other than smooth Tarmac it's a pig to move, 200.00 might be better spent on one of those hand trailers
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Old 10 July 2014, 09:25   #3
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I'm about to make some for my t40 but haven't decided which wheels to use yet
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Hi, let me know how you get on as I'm thinking of an upgrade to a honwave 3.8 airdeck, so might be handy to know how much success you have
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Old 10 July 2014, 09:38   #5
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I used factory ones for our t40 and they have been fine
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Old 10 July 2014, 10:16   #6
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Yeah will do, i'm using ss 316 legs, axles and pins but thinking about using 2 wheels on each axle
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Old 15 July 2014, 17:09   #7
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I have factory wheelbarrow wheels on stainless arms on my honwave 4 they are great i would not be without themClick image for larger version

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If you have the air floor, you have no option but to buy the cranked shaft type and pay up 205 for the Honda ones but if you are able to leave a hand trailer where it won't get nicked while you are on the water, buy one.

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Old 18 July 2014, 14:51   #9
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there are some cheaper ones on ebay that look identical to the honwave ones around the 150 mark. im looking for some too.the thing that bothers me with them is the part that bolts to the transom will possibly damage the tubes when I roll it up when not in use
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If you want I can take a picture of the bracket to show what's there
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