I tried to make it easy as possible to set up. For travel everything is held in place with safety snaps. For set up remove the snaps, open the arms, snap the chains on, add the two ratchet straps and that's it.
The tarp system is going to be an option. I figure most folks myself included already have the tarps they are comfortable with.
Last edited by EVAC John; 08-12-2014 at 20:04.
That thing is pretty cool, no doubt.
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, and I, I took the one less traveled by. And that has made all the difference.
Interesting idea! Personal use, or the start of a side business?
This is exactly what I need for my kayak and camping trips. Adding in the lights and battery box would be perfect. Any "pro deals"?
That is a Top-Shelf looking rig. I subscribe to the thread and just want to offer my compliments and encouragement. I know a few kayakers here in NoVA and I am passing on your name http://evactrailer.com to them. And will continue to look forward to seeing it out there.
Thank you Vince. We are just a little company trying to keep the lights on, the help is really appreciated.
Very cool trailer