A fisherman's best friend!
1) Remove all components from box and check off parts list
2) Tu7rn cart upside down and lay axle onto frame.
3) Align Axle with holes in frame and center equal distance from side to side
4) Place U-bolts into holes and add washers and nuts
5) Use 7/16" nut driver or other tool to tighten(Don't overtien)
6) Place wheels onto axle(air stem out) and add 5/8" washers and circle ring to each side
7) Turn cart over and add handle and lockin D-ring pin
8) Wash your cart after each trip to the beach
Note" Tire pressure must not exced thje tire manufacturers pressure that is marked on the
Posted by George on 26th Oct 2011
Purchased this cart for occasional use - less than 10 times a year. No complaints about the workmanship or quality. Assembley was simple, although I lost a retaining clip for one of the wheels on the first outing. This was definately operator error, not the fault of the cart - I failed to enure the clip was properly installed.
Lightweight, roomy enough for my smaller cooler, tackle bag, and a host of other stuff I bring with me (I don't use a 54 qt. cooler). That smaller size means it stores easily without taking up a lot of space. Small and light enough to be hung on a hook and slearing up valuable floor space in the garage. There are enough rod holders for me - keeping track of 4 rods is work. Pnuematic tires work great on any surface except pulling the cart across a beach. For that reason alone I don't give it 5 stars.
While it does not have all the features of the original and larger Fish-n-Mate, it certainly does the job.