•Wheel kits on every section versus one at the end of a long dock eliminates stress on long, unsupported mid sections
•Easier to lift the shore-end of the dock when installing and removing
•You lift less than half of the weight of one section no matter how long your dock is
•Add a shore-end wheel kit to eliminate lifting when you roll your dock in and out
Wheel and Sand Pad Choices
•Standard wheel is drilled and fills with water for ballast. The standard wheel is for use in seasonal and permanent applications. Works best in firm to moderately soft applications where the anticipated settling will be no greater than 6″ into dense mud.
•Mud wheel is not drilled and adds buoyancy to ease installation and removal. The mud wheel should only be used in dense mud applications where the anticipated settling will be more than 4″.
•Sand pad is available for installations where portability is not a concern and/or a necessity. Wide-based sand pads provide substantial support and stability. The sand pads pivot to conform to changing bottom contours.
Highly Customizable Layouts