A: I lost my fully load Honker Hauler decoy cart out the back of my pickup at 70 mph. Damage was minimal. I was up and rolling again in one hour after replacing only the axle and one vertical riser. This cart is made of structural aluminum; it’s not a wimpy electrical conduit cart.
A: Yes, it will hold any decoy sled 36-inch wide by 90-inch long, or less. The loaded decoy sled can be easily loaded/unloaded through the tailgate.
A: To help contain the load if you wish to stack decoys above the bag level of the cart and to provide a utility rack for attaching whatever you may need. If the extensions are not useful to you, you can cut them off flush with the top of the cart.
A: They are push/pull handles (like a bob sled) so that a group can help push/pull the cart. If these extensions are not useful to you, you can cut them off flush with the cart.
A: Yes! If you have need to use the Honker Hauler in these situations give us a call and we can discuss ideas of how this can be done.
First, the Honker Hauler is not massed produced in China.
Second, the Honker Hauler consists of 4 major components: wheels, bag, frame, and hardware. To produce a single cart at retail prices would cost on the order of $600-$700 as described below.
Third, The Honker Hauler is an entirely different beast than your typical deer cart. Just as an 18-wheeler and a pickup are two different beasts; even though they can both cart a load. Compared to a deer cart, the Honker Hauler has a MUCH larger aluminum, not steel, frame structure; the largest diameter wheels readily available on the market, instead of small ones that roll great on the show room floor; and a large bag, that a deer cart does not require, the bag is central to Honker Hauler ability to haul a large volume of decoys. And the design is robust; the Honker Hauler decoy cart will still be working years from now.