Cabela's Alum-I-Lite Game Cart

Priced: $159.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Alum-I-Lite Game Cart -
Lightweight game cart folds flat for storage and transportation, yet deploys quickly to get your trophy out of the woods. Just strap your animal on with the included straps and go. Stands up to rough in-the-field use. Rolls easily over uneven terrain. Imported.
Weight: 28 lbs.
Weight capacity: 250 lbs.
Wheelbase: 24".
Dimensions: 68-1/2"L x 20"W.
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Cabela's Alum-I-Lite Game Cart Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Love this cart

The very first time used, it hauled a deer down a creek bank, through it and up the other side. My father-in-law and I pulled a 213lb. buck up a 16 ft. high bank that without it we would have had to quarter it and make several trips instead of one over a half mile of plowed corn field in Illinois. The cart was NONE the worse for wear and is still going strong.
Anonymous at Cabelas on 10/18/2012

Aluminum cargo/deer carrier.

The carrier is well made, sturdy and light. I do not know if it is large enough to transport a PA deer, but I will find out this coming 2013 deer season.
Huntfishman at Cabelas on 01/29/2013

Best card over all

Great cart, the only problem is the platform should be larger. Easy fix, just added a thin aluminum plate.
andkids at Cabelas on 09/17/2013

Negative Reviews:

Could be better

The aluminum does seem a little like it would bend or break at the certain stress points, but it has held up against big Iowa bucks. It does fold up nicely to keep in the back of the truck. Noisy, but that doesn't matter if you're using it because the deer is already dead. The worst part of the design is the position of the axle, it needs to be more balanced. Too much of the weight when loaded is on the person pulling the cart.
Turny2 at Cabelas on 09/30/2012