A 4 wheel wagon is nice for moving gear, but when conquering a small set of stairs, a two wheel hand truck is better. These carts look pretty cool for hauling gear transforming from a basic Hand Truck, to V Dolly, to 4 Wheel Cart. The V-Cart version holds up to 500lbs, and the Solo Lite rated at 250 lbs. The Gruv Gear carts roll on flat free tires. I think i'm fond of the Orange/Black color scheme because it's similar to the SF Giants. Not priced for the average hobbyist, as the Solo Lite starts at $179 and the larger V-Cart at $249. Find them below.
Just watched the sample footage with it... I want it... any ideas of the price? It doesn't list it on the site.
Sweet. Thanks for the tip... I wonder if there's any way to rig that one up as a traditional track dolly... I have already invested into some 30 ft of straight and curved track. If I could find a way to use the dollytrax with my stainless steel tracks, we'd be in business. Lol
This looks very similar to the Rock N Roller carts. I've used the smallest one many times before and I'm considering buying one for myself soon https://www.musiciansfriend.com/accessories/rock-n-roller-multi-cart-8-in-1-micro-equipment-transporter-cart
By the time you modify it into a dolly the cost will be up to almost $500. At that point you might be interested in one of these instead.
Its like a GIANT pico-dolly! 🙂
How can I rig this to make it into a Tracked Dolly... Hmmm.... Ideas anyone?
Although a total different beast I have been using these for some time now.
Although I might be looking into the one Simon pointed to. looks good. The price might be a bit high but being able to haul all your gear at once without having to make more trips to the trunk is a blessing at its cost.
Has anyone tried this thing before?
Joseph W. Bourke
It's a bit on the pricey side, but it looks well made. I use a folding cart called the Magna Cart. I bought it at Sears when it was on sale for 25 bucks, and use it to haul a pretty hefty bass amp around. It can handle 150 pounds, as much as you'd want to put on a hand cart, so I'm sure it could handle any amount of cases you could stack on it. The best part is that it folds into a really small size.
Here it is at Sears - you can also find them on Ebay:
Their new cart looks promising too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDGrPDn9hRM&feature=player_embedded
Hum-m-m... that might double as a non-track dolly, too. They look sturdily built.