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AquaCarts 25th anniversary

AquaCarts is celebrating its 25th anniversary this month. The company was born from a personal need when the founder needed a cart for his personal watercraft.

AquaCarts went to market by offering three cart models in different heights for showrooms and service applications. Those models are still offered today, and the product line has expanded.

AquaCarts now builds carts that can hold up to three pwc at a time at horizontal or other angles. The company also offers Beach Transport Cars with two, four, six or eight wheels. There are also heavy-duty pwc lift harnesses and carts for snowmobiles and boats.

One of the newest models is the AQ-20 for pwc with deep-V hulls. To commemorate the 25th anniversary, AquaCarts is offering a limited-edition silver color for the original AQ-19.



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