Rogers Toughman 600lb Decoy Dolly
THE BRAND NEW Rogers Decoy Dolly
The all new Rogers Decoy Dolly. With a 600lbs capacity you can haul everything you need in and out. The large 20" wheels makes it so much easier to take through woods, larger wheels makes it easier to traverse over logs and fallen limbs.
- Weighs 50lbs
- Matte black no-shine finish
- All steel construction
- No tools assembly
- Easy and quick to assemble
- 600lb Capacity
- 20” puncture proof wheels.
- 44” Tall
- 30” Wide
Dimensions When Folded:
- 36" Wide (Wheels Attached)
- 53.5" Tall (Wheels Attached)
- 20" Deep (Wheels Attached)
Ratings & Reviews
Best quality cart for your $$
by Longdick Duckslayer -
This cart is solid. Got it today put it together and immediately put that 600 lb rating to the test. To top off this beefy built deal comes with 4, that’s right 4 complete tie-down straps with 4 matching friction clips.
by Skeeter -
Slapped this puppy together in about 10 minutes out of the box. It’s built, way better than the one I returned to the big box bass shop.
<br>It’s just over 28” wide between the folding arms and I plan on running a medium jetsled / beavertail / kodiak 1 / otter sport small sled on it, but right now I have a rhino delta floating platform for the dog that fits snugly and I can strap a decoy bag to that.
<br>You can spend about $100 on a junk cart and end up returning it, or learn from my mistake and just go with this one on the first try.
by Guy that hunts_________ -
Big ole sled for hauling kills of all sorts. The best sled for people that actually shoot limits of everything(coots, 25) and fill all their doe tags in one day. The only downside is it doesn’t fit through the door of my single wide
Great cart for guys with big loads
by Johnny duck humper -
Legit cart! Built very well, and large enough to haul blinds, deciys, __________, etc.... I would buy it again. Now where the ___ _____ at?
Quality without comparison
by Longshlong duckslayer
Just got this monster of a cart and assembled.
<br>It’s built. Better than those garbage bass-not-so-pro or cabela$ ‘game carts’. Can hold any sled that measures 28” or less (inner arm to inner arm) width) id recommend ottor pro or the shappells kodiak line.
<br>If your a true refuge rat you understand the value of a solid cart.
<br>I did the research, go ahead and pull the trigger, you won’t be disappointed