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Rolson Tools 42513 Mini Folding Hand Truck, 45 kg
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- Sponge grip handle, light weight aluminium frame holds 45 kg, folds compactly for storage
- Toe plate and wheels open and close simultaneously. Cart dimensions: Height open: 965mm, Closed: 690mm, Width: 390mm, Thickness: 50mm, Toe Plate: 240 x 390mm
- Rubber wheel: 140mm dia
|Ean||0798256179563 , 0791429728520 , 5029594425186 , 5029594425131|
|UPC||791429728520 , 798256179563|
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- 2x 60mm long M6 bolts - these replace the existing posidrive headed bolts which secure the wheels and are secured with the original M6 nyloc nuts so the wheels can still turn freely, and then the ends project about 20mm inwards from the wheels. Good idea to also fit 4x M6 plain washers - one either side of the wheels before you insert the bolts to secure them in place
- 1x 300mm length of M6 threaded rod - then cut to length to a very tight fit between the inner ends of the 60mm bolts with the wheels forced apart as far as possible
- 2x M6 "connecting nuts" (Yes, that's what they are called!) - internally threaded so that you can screw the inner end of each 60mm bolt into one end and the shortened threaded rod into the other - thus a solid link is created between the hubs of the 2 wheels!
- 4x M6 plain nuts - fit one at either end of each connecting nut, and tighten against those to prevent the connecting nuts from moving in use.
- 1x 10mm ring spanner and 2x 10mm open-ended spanner, plus a posidrive screwdriver to use when removing the existing posidrive headed bolts.
Fitting that lot took me about 45mins, and should almost completely eliminate the chance of the wheel buckling problem.
However, two other things I did were
- to replace the existing posidrive headed bolts which secure the plastic wheel swivels with similar M6 bolts, washers and lock nuts to reduce further the chance of the wheels buckling inwards.
- fit nylon cable ties around the two horizontal bars in the centre of the handle assembly to keep then tightly together, as the existing plastic clip arm seems likely to fail in very short order.
If you can't get the bolts, nuts and threaded rod from Amazon, then this stuff is readily available elsewhere (obviously can't give the names!)
OTOH, all that would not have been necessary if the unit had been correctly designed and manufactured in the first place - but the same thing could be said about almost all the trolleys of this general design :(
Bought for a music festival so I was looking for a sturdy metal frame. However what let me down was the plastic folding wheels. They buckled inwards very easily. I had to ditch the trolley and carry gear by hand. Unsurprisingly I saw two more of this exact trolley abandoned or in a bin!