Good Sacktruck suitable for 2 gardiner backpacks attached?

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  1. paul1

    paul1 Well-Known Member
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    Hi guys

    can anyone recommend a good quality suitable sack truck or trolley that will hold 2 gardiner back packs? and whats best way to strap them on please?

    preferable a compact or foldable type any contact details appreciated, I'm actually getting on better with the back packs than I am my costly trolley, roll on my van mount in couple of months time plus back pack

    getting busier this is great life .... goodbye ovens lol :)
     
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  3. simon

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    Handy Folding Lift Truck Trolley 200kg Capacity

    i use this & its great dont think it would carry 2 backpacks though, i cant get a link up but its cheaper off amazon than ebay
     
  4. Poles Apart

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    You can get this on Amazon truck.jpg
     
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  5. davewindowcleaner

    davewindowcleaner Well-Known Member
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    I did this to my old backpack last summer when I was driving my car, got the cheap trolley from homebase for about 20 pound which serve me well for a year.
     

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    albootyerbaws Well-Known Member
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    Would not like to push it up a hill.
     
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    paul1 Well-Known Member
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    thanks mate

    any tips or advice on what to fasten them on with that I could release quickly when wanted? cheers
     
  8. Poles Apart

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    Bunny straps
     
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    Forget Bunny straps try bungee straps
     
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