Trolleys For Self Build?

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  1. Carlwindy

    Carlwindy Active Member
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    Been to a few local DIY shops and can't find a trolley with decent wheels. Any suggestions please lads....
     
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  2. Carlwindy

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    Brilliant mate cheers
     
  3. rcproperty

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    no problem,
     
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    They look good. Do you prefer trolley to van mount then??
     
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    If you have a decent trolley setup you can beat most hose users. Of course they will say they are quicker, maybe they are. But I have had a few friendly races and beaten everyone.

    When you decide on your trolley work out what you want it for and can you cope with steel weight.

    Most trolley users use rubbish trolleys then moan and go to a van mount.
     
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    Cheers for advice mate! I've got a 50 l trolley at the min but its abit hard gerin in and out of car, took the pump off and put it all on a smaller trolley but the wheels are ****, gonna haf2 change barrels twice as much now tho do that will annoy me lol :/
     
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    I have a bilge bump in my tank. So it takes 20 secs to fill up.

    You must have nice bouncey tyres mate. Makes it a lot easier on moving it bout.
     
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