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    The best folding dolly?


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    The best folding dolly?

    Borrowed a co-workers fold up caddie to hit 3 PMs in a hospital. It was a great experience, I might use one everyday. He's was old and no longer available.

    Please throw me some links to your favorite, I'd like metal, longer platform and built in bungee cords.


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    Re: The best folding dolly?

    I've been using this one for 10 years or so. Works for me, although perusing this website I seen nicer ones I would like to have.

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    Re: The best folding dolly?

    I don't currently use a cart, but if I did this one would be pretty nice to have (from what I can tell at least)...

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    Re: The best folding dolly?

    I just use a luggage cart I got at Wal-Mart. About 15 bucks and works great.

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    Re: The best folding dolly?

    Sam's club had one that folded to the size of a toolcase and was $20.00. $5.00 more and you have bungies. Use a pair of pliers in the right places to make them "built in".

    Why do they call it common sense?

    If it were common, wouldn't everyone have it?

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    The best folding dolly?

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    Re: The best folding dolly?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zackuth View Post
    I just use a luggage cart I got at Wal-Mart. About 15 bucks and works great.
    I have two plain old luggage carts. I don't remember where they came from. I've carried everything from my toolcase to a Samsung SCX-6322DN or a KM bizhub 25. It's just formed 1/2" chrome plated tubing.

    I'm pretty sure 60# exceeds its ratings, yet it's holding up just fine. =^..^=

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    4) if you're going to ask about an error code include the error code.


    blackcat: Master Of The Obvious =^..^=

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