Folding Trolley

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  1. ABZSteve

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  2. geoffles

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    Yep, no problems just use bungies
     
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  3. Madwife

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    We have one, bought it in Costco a good few years ago. Very sturdy and folds flat. We used it at dog shows to carry our cages etc I used it last week to carry some very heavy boxes to the car.

    Kath
     
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  4. Bailey58

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    There was a thread here recently about sourcing a wideneck drum for temporary storage and the emptying of cassettes. Plenty of these trolleys available and cheaper.
     
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    Purchased mine in Maplins about two years ago. Great piece of kit (y)
     
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    I fancy one couldn't decide which one too much choice
     
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  7. rangitira

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    Got a much cheaper version, originally designed to carry a light suitcase, Works OK, just as good as the more expensive version , and light weight too
     
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    i used to carry one in my van for numerous jobs. not now though since the cassettes have wheels and extending handle. still use the trolley round the house and garage though...very useful

    plenty about for about £15 often seen in aldi and lidl special offers
     
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  9. jenny and mitch

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    Baily 58 !!! It was my thread and a trolley won't zackly give me twice as long between empties of the loo.. PS We use acheapo trolley from a chinese bazzar in Spain
     
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    I have one, well worth it, especially if the toilet disposal place is a long walk.
     
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  11. ABZSteve

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    Perfect, looks like I will get one or something similar. Cheers,(y)
     
  12. ABZSteve

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    Just bought one. My first accessory :)
     
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    I bought a trolley shopping bag at a car boot £2.50. Bag makes a laundry bag, trolley bit takes toilet cassette ( with a bungy) or gas cylinder or with the bag use for shopping or laundrette.
     
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    Got mine at Newton Abbot boat jumble a year or three back £10 like new and many uses in the van and at home (y)
     
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