"Modified Beachcarts"
The Carts On This Page Are Not For Sale

Wonder Wheeler® - Regular
Wonder Wheeler
® - Deluxe

On this page are beach carts that were modified using Wheeleez® Or Roleez Wheels®
 If you've modified an existing beach cart or built your own
you are invited to submit photos and/or an explanation of your project. We will proudly display them for you. All we ask is that you explain how you did it so we can share it with others.

Much Better Now !!
Sent in by E. M. from
Wilmington, DE

My Regular Wonder Wheeler Modification

EM's e-mail to us.
 
To BeachcartsUSA: 

     "I recently purchased a set of Roleez wheels and an axle to adapt to a beach cart that I had purchased previously in Stone Harbor, NJ.  The cart was great, carried many things and folded up for easy storage but the wheels always dug into the soft New Jersey sand.  I have enclosed a picture of the finished product.  Every time the cart goes on the beach, someone always stops and asks about it.  Thought you might like to see it." 
 

 Sincerely, 
 E.M.
 Wilmington, DE.
 
How I Did It! - The Basic Model
See Below For The Deluxe Model

     "I made an axle base out of 1.5" by 1.5" treated wood 18" long and drilled two 3/4 inch holes 7/8 inches deep into the wood to accommodate the two back legs of the cart.  The 1/2 inch by 28 inch axle that I purchased with the wheels, was cut in the middle and a piece was welded to extend the axle's length 4 inches.  This gave some clearance on both ends between the cart legs and the Roleez® wheels.  I bolted the wooden axle base to the metal cart legs to secure it to the cart and I used a stainless steel eye bolt as a means of securing the axle to the cart.  I used two axle collars to keep the axle properly spaced at all times.  I painted the wooden axle base with a good exterior white paint and the job was finished"

Much Better Now II !!
Sent in by E. M. from Wilmington, DE

My Deluxe Wonder Wheeler Modification

 How I Did It! - The Deluxe Model

    "The modifications I made followed the exact same procedure that the original above did, but slightly larger to accommodate the larger beach cart.  I made an axle base out of 1.5" by 1.5" treated wood 19 3/4" long and drilled two 3/4 inch holes 7/8 inches deep into the wood to accommodate the two back legs of the cart.  I had a 1/2 inch stainless steel axle made at a machine shop that was 34 1/4" long.  This gave some clearance on both ends between the cart legs and the wheels.  I bolted the wooden axle base to the metal cart legs to secure it to the cart and I used a stainless steel eye bolt as a means of securing the axle to the cart.  I used two axle collars to keep the axle properly spaced at all times.  I painted the wooden axle base with a good exterior paint and the job was finished."  -  E. M.
 

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