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Seitech Dolly Operating Instructions
Seitech dollies are engineered for easy use and long life. By observing the following useage guidelines, you will avoid
- Breakage of your dolly
- Damage to your boat
- Injury to your back
- Unnecessary friction
- Tie your boat securely to the handle of the dolly with the bow line. This will keep the boat from sliding back or tilting back when wheeled on a downhill slope to the water.
- Wheel the dolly far enough into the water until the boat starts to float. The dolly will float as well due to the bouyancy of wheels.
- Untie hte bow line, push the boat back beyond the sling, and pull the dolly out of the water. Stepping onto the centerline tube will help to a submerge the dolly and allow the boat to "float" off.
- Wheel the dolly into deep enough water so that it can submerge when the boat is pulled across the sling. The wheel are bouyant. Stepping onto the centerline tube will submerge the dolly.
- Pull the boat across the sling all the way to the handle of the dolly. Allow the boat to "float" onto the dolly. Do not "drag" the boat across the sling as this may damage the boat or dolly or injure the back.
- Tie the bow line to the handle of the dolly.
- Then pull the dolly and hte boat (as a unit) out of the water and up the sloped beach or ramp.
- Place the bow of the boat as close to the dolly handle as possible.
- Tie the bow line of the boat to the handle of the dolly, so that the boat is secured when wheeled around.