I love my Tech 4 Designs dolly, it does break down easily although I don’t break it down often.
I’ve used it pretty hard, I sail a lot.
The Paint is holding up zero dings, Everything is quality on it.
I have the bigger beach tires and they’re more buoyant than the regular tires… enough to...
I have the push down set up, but you can change this to whatever orientation you want. I’ll just warn you that you can pinch your thumb on the push down set up I’ve done it twice now. I like to push down.
I’ve got the other pintle that uses a cotter pin but I’ve been sailing so much and I’m too...
Beeee Careful the Sunfish are moderately heavy and awkward because they’re long.
and more difficult to car top solo too.
It’s not worth getting injured, because if you get injured
then you can’t sail. :)
Yes this is a Genius design I agree......with a good strong back...
Don’t forget the trick of smoothing plastic like visqueen, merchandise bag sections or even plastic wrap if that’s all you have... on top of the marine Tex repair. you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how smooth it comes out with no sanding required.
Beyond 90 and further is the key....around 90 is OK.
Someone here on the forum mentioned it as something to think about when running in to the beach.
I have a narrow beach with not much room on either side.
The other thing suggested was to sheet in on a run to depower the sail just before...
I love the Robline 8 mm line for a main sheet. I have 29’ and sometimes I feel like it’s too short if I’m making a downwind run home and then leaving my boat on the beach to take a break before derigging With the booms swinging freely. I have had the stopperknot snatched through the mainsheet...