We have hauled out two Elk using the Super Mag hauler! The first one was a little tricky, since we only had the single wheels on it! once we got to the grassy slope down hill it worked fine, but needed a little more support! I purchased the wheels for my son and this year we hauled the 5X5 down form about two miles in! We had three quarters of the Elk on the hauler and came down a new quad trail some other guys had made the day before. It was down an over 45 degree slope through trees and mud for about 1/4 mile and worked great! Other Elk quarter on a pole! By the way our friend was trying to get back up with the quad but it was a two wheel drive. I ran into him cutting some under brush in the dark while carrying out packs and rifles and trying to find the new quad trail we hadn't previously used! We couldn't get the quad back up the slope by ourselves, since we kept getting stuck! They had four guys the day before! My son and our team were packing down a skidder trail when we trying to get up the slope! They could tell by my voice on the radios how beat I was and said they were on there way down with the cart and to just go back to our friends house! I was amazed how quick they got down the quad trail slope with the cart that was actually off road and pretty bumpy, whindy and narrow! We purchased another hauler and wheels and the wheels say not for the old style hauler with single axle in the information page! Our axles have fit perfectly and no issues! The dual wheels definitely make a difference! And we have had no load issues!
I have replaced the canvas sling with expanded metal to facilitate using this game cart for transporting our family tent and camping gear to off road sites. The dual wheels make the Mag Game cart more stable and easier to handle when heavily loaded. The easiest way by far of handling heavy and bulky loads. Excellent investment. johntex