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Old 25 July 2012, 01:43   #21
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I've got a regular set of Beachmasters which came with the last boat that bought. They just bolt on and off, which is OK but a bit of a hassle.

The new quick remove version looks good.
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Old 13 October 2012, 22:14   #22
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Hey Langton it's been a few months since you said about the beachmaster removable wheels. Just wondered if you got them as I'm thinking along the same lines and if so are they good I only have a 2.9 SIB and was going to get these but too big. http://solutions-seller.eu/ks.html#ks
My issue is that they have to be removable so as not to get in the way when packing away or using the boat. . Don't want much :-) :-)
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Old 13 October 2012, 23:39   #23
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I did get them and only just installed them yesterday. I’m taking them on vacation all next week so. I’ll let you know how they work out. They seem very well made and are light weight, easy to put on and take off. So far I’m very pleased with them.
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Thanks have a great vacation.
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Mounting BeachMasters

After a week of launching the boat twice a day I'm happy to say the Beachmaster wheels worked perfectly. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them. I did have to buy a 6” long drill bit for the bolt holes because my drill was too big to get in close. I also had to cut a hole for the drain plug on my Avon sib along with cutting the ends off of two of the little button mount handles to fit around the drain plug hole. The Beachmasters replaced a set of Wheel-a-Weigh wheels that were well made but very cumbersome. If I'd known about the Beachmasters I never would have bought the Wheel-a-Weighs.
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