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PostPosted: Sun Nov 29, 2020 11:40 am 
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Got my Hobie Compass a few weeks ago. I quickly discovered that it did not sit well on my C-tug cart. I googled solutions and saw that one person had added a couple of pieces of pvc to the pads to conform to the hull. The pads had also been turned around. I turned over my compass and discovered that if I flipped the pads on the C-tug, it seems to conform well to the hull, near the scupper holes. I did not see a need to add the pvc pipe. Has anyone else done this and had success? It is cold outside so I did not feel like rolling it around to see if it worked on rough terrain.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 06, 2021 8:49 am 
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How'd things go? I'm a new (used, 2018) Hobie Compass owner who is currently looking at cart options so I'm interested to hear how you've made out with c-tug. Thanks - Swisschard.


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