Trolley for gardiners v2 backpack

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  1. ash brown

    ash brown Active Member
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    Hi can anyone recommend a quality trolley to wheel my gardiners backpack about on. It must not be much bigger than the backpack to fit in back of my van. Cheers ash
     
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  2. Eviestevie

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    I no screw fix and b and q do a aluminium one that folds flat and is quite light!its 29.99
    Only draw back is not having pneumatic tyres
     
  3. simon

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    i use a sacktruck for mine, i know thats bigger than you want but a mate altered mine a bit so it would fit better & im sure it could of been made smaller if needed. the b&q type trolley dont last a week unless you carry the whole thing up & down any steps etc
     
  4. Eviestevie

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    I've had a b and q trolley years no issues wot so Eva I remember when I bought it got he lad who worked for me to stand on the platform and wheeled him up the aisle to see if was strong lol
    I do have sack truck to but its bit bulky
     
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    wow the handy foling one looks great, not seen one before, gonna get one just to play with lol

    i dunno how your b&q one lasted Eviestevie, i know they carry the weight but up & down steps & over kerbs etc made the wheels bend on mine & i tried 2 before i gave up. its all i use so it does get hammer though
     
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    looks like i was using it all wrong then lol still sack truck was only £30, def gonna try the folding one thoughthe
     
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