1. In my rush to get out the first batch, I forgot to drill the 1/4" holes for the springer clip (see first close-up photo). This clip keeps the wheel straight while you are rolling it on uneven terrain. If you don't use a clip or bolt, the wheel will turn slightly and you'll be rolling straight but your toon will be going left or right.
The 1/4" springer clips are available from Lowe's in the roll-out specialty hardware bins, or from Tractor Supply (TSC). All the toon sales guys have them too.
2. How to roll a toon: Grab the foot pegs and easily roll the toon backwards.
3. What size wheel to use: I used a 16" bike front wheel (with yoke) for Outcast-size tubes (up to 18" tubes). If you have the big Maxxon tubes, you will want a 20" to 24" wheel so the tubes won't drag the ground when you roll it.
4: Where to get a front bike wheel with yoke: I bought mine from a Goodwill store... they wanted $3, but it felt good to give them an extra donation.
5. If anyone ever breaks the welding on the bracket send me a PM.. I just made a super heavy-duty bracket.
I got mine on Monday and I am greatly appreciative. What do you fish for usually in your neck of the woods as I feel compelled to send you a "care" package. Thanks for going above and beyond the call as well as providing mounting and usage instructions as well. You are the MAN.