The 4WD of gear trolleys, the Off Road Hauler from Outdoor Connection allows you to tow your gear on sand or rougher terrain.
With larger and wider wheels, this versatile pull-along beach cart collapses down to an easily transportable size in just seconds, so you can keep it in your shed or boot for its many uses. It has an 80kg weight capacity, locking front wheels to stop it moving around, and comes with a carry bag included for transport and storage.
Perfect for camping or a day outside, the Off Road Hauler from Outdoor Connection is also ideal for picnics, around the house, at sporting clubs, work, and more.
Larger and wider wheels for sand or rougher terrain
80kg weight capacity
Easily collapsed to a compact and easily transportable size
Locking front wheels
Carry bag included
96L x 50W x 36H cm
80L x 43W x 36H cm
Wheel width1 answer
Hey Snowys! What is the tread width of a wheel? We are planning to use one of these to drag our things along the beach, but want to try on top of the sand as much as possible, as opposed to sinking into it!
Tim - Whitebridge, NSW(2 years ago)
The Off Road Hauler is designed for sand, so you shouldn't have too much trouble. The wheels are 8.5cm wide. Hope that helps!
Lauren - Snowys(2 years ago)
Can the wheels be removed?1 answer
Are the wheels removable for a more compact pack size?
Lauren - Kiama(3 years ago)
The wheels are removable, however we wouldn't suggest removing them regularly. The bolt that runs through the centre can be removed, however the large bracket will need to remain attached, so you'd really only save yourself a few centimetres of space.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Hi, what material are the wheels made of? And are they noisy when rolling on hard surfaces like concrete or hard dirt tracks? Thanks1 answer
Hi, what material are the wheels made of? And are they noisy when rolling on hard surfaces like concrete or hard dirt tracks? Thanks.
Miriam - Melbourne(4 years ago)
The wheels on The Off Road Hauler are a solid plastic material so they're really best suited to soft surfaces like sand or grass. They will likely create a bit of noise if you're rolling them on a hard surface after they've been on sand or dirt.