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[Princess Auto] 800 lb Hand Truck for $49.99

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  • Brand Name Industro International
  • Item Name Hand Truck
  • Type Hand Truck
  • Capacity (lb) 800 lb
  • Wheel Type Pneumatic
  • Wheel Size (in.) 10 x 3.5 - 4 in.
  • Material Steel
  • Packaging (qty) 1 qty
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Do you work for Princess Auto? Grinning Face
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It would be entertaining to see a video of someone attempting to move 800 pounds with that cart. The sliding rails are a nice feature to have for stairs , but pneumatic tires aren't great for heavy loads. Most of those one-piece carts have low quality welds and thin axles as well.
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theflyingsquirrel wrote: Yes for the first or the second question?
No to first
yes to 2nd question.

typically they go for $150+
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theflyingsquirrel wrote: So it is a bad deal?
Can you use it to move concrete blocks?
Price-wise, it's a decent deal as long as your expectations are realistic. The issue with moving concrete blocks is that it will likely damage the paint or powder coating which will expose the bare metal and eventually start to rust.
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pass. wheels should be hard rubber not air
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Thanks - was looking for a little hand truck to keep around the home. This will do just fine for me. Especially with free shipping if you spend $50. Added some 1/2" extension bars for my socket set and everything was under $60 with shipping!
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karnige wrote: pass. wheels should be hard rubber not air
Hard rubber is for flat surfaces.
pneumatic wheels are for stairs/non-flat surfaces.
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if i’m moving something it’s usually always heavy ass shit from a house. and it never goes flat or punctures.
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SizzleChest wrote: Price-wise, it's a decent deal as long as your expectations are realistic. The issue with moving concrete blocks is that it will likely damage the paint or powder coating which will expose the bare metal and eventually start to rust.
A little rust is fine as long as it is not bent like the cheap one i had that I need to duck walk to get the centre of gravity pass the mid point.
If I buy something that is not in deep discounted, my father will punish me; everyone will laugh at me. I will be the strange kid who doesn't fit in.
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I work in a warehouse and move stuff with dollies all the time. I cannot imagine moving an 800lb item with on. Even getting into the 300lb range makes my wrists feel like they're about to shatter.
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Thanks OP. I always wanted one of these, but the two reviews give me pause.
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karnige wrote: pass. wheels should be hard rubber not air
Yah, especially for loads nearing 800 lb, unless the tires say "inflate to 180 PSI"

A few days ago I was at PA looking for a folding hand truck and saw the variety of hand trucks and they all looked really cheap and frail.
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Canadian Tire has 800 lb hand trucks but I'm waiting for them to be reduced, in a sale, to only 200lbs.

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