+ Reply to Thread
Page 3 of 3 FirstFirst 123
Results 21 to 28 of 28
  1. #21
    Senior Member
    BF Hammer's Avatar

    Re: Gear Cart?

    And in the rolling jobsite storage category, I found this stacking Stanley hard-shell boxes.

    https://www.amazon.com/Destinie-Stan...1&keywords=job

    Gear Cart?-41khok79vzl._ac_.jpg Gear Cart?-51pekkjlcql._ac_sl1000_.jpg


    › See More: Gear Cart?
    Thanks/Like Whiskeyman Thanks/liked this post
     



  2. #22
    Staff
    Super Mod
    Marilynne's Avatar

    Re: Gear Cart?

    Quote Originally Posted by BF Hammer View Post
    Just searching for "outdoor cart" on the big A site, I see mostly these folding pull-behind wagons...
    https://www.amazon.com/HEMBOR-Collap...268425&sr=8-19

    Then I see a couple of these stand-up beach-hauler carts. Holds an umbrella, several folding chairs, and has a baggage area in a form sort of like the granny shopping carts. But the wheels are large for terrain.

    Attachment 352289
    Attachment 352290

    https://www.amazon.com/BeachMall-Won...268207&sr=8-21

    This looks like a winner @Whiskeyman

  3. #23
    Senior Member
    Whiskeyman's Avatar

    Re: Gear Cart?

    Well, I finally purchased a used foldable jogging stroller, made by B.O.B. I think, and it has 10-inch wheels. I'm going to use it as it is around here before I make any modifications to it. It was marked down from $180 to $100, so I went ahead and purchased it.

    Wouldn't you know it, though; this evening when I was out on my bicycle I went by a pile of "junk" in front of someone's house and there was a stroller designed to carry/hold a baby carseat. While the wheels aren't as good as the jogger, I got home and took my wife's van out and snagged it from the pile. This one has a cloth basket which will hold a camera case, a camp chair, and my tripod without modifications. Although the wheels are smaller, I believe it will work well on boardwalk and improved trails. I'll get some photos when I get out to use them.

    Now I just have to rig a place to hang them in the garage!

    WM
    Thanks/Like BeegRhob, hark Thanks/liked this post
     
    I drive an old car so that I can buy more photo gear.

  4. #24
    Staff
    Super Mod
    Marilynne's Avatar

    Re: Gear Cart?

    Quote Originally Posted by Whiskeyman View Post
    Well, I finally purchased a used foldable jogging stroller, made by B.O.B. I think, and it has 10-inch wheels. I'm going to use it as it is around here before I make any modifications to it. It was marked down from $180 to $100, so I went ahead and purchased it.

    Wouldn't you know it, though; this evening when I was out on my bicycle I went by a pile of "junk" in front of someone's house and there was a stroller designed to carry/hold a baby carseat. While the wheels aren't as good as the jogger, I got home and took my wife's van out and snagged it from the pile. This one has a cloth basket which will hold a camera case, a camp chair, and my tripod without modifications. Although the wheels are smaller, I believe it will work well on boardwalk and improved trails. I'll get some photos when I get out to use them.

    Now I just have to rig a place to hang them in the garage!

    WM

    Can you change out the wheels Wayne? Are you going to return the other one?
    Thanks/Like Whiskeyman Thanks/liked this post
     

  5. #25
    Staff
    Super Mod
    hark's Avatar

    Re: Gear Cart?

    Quote Originally Posted by Marilynne View Post

    Can you change out the wheels Wayne?
    When one of the wheels on my hand truck broke (had plastic rims), I was told to look online at Harbor Freight. I wound up finding much better wheels with metal rims. Their customer service was excellent and extremely accommodating which helped me find the best replacement wheels.
    Thanks/Like Whiskeyman Thanks/liked this post
     
    Cindy - D750, D500, D7200
    My 2021 Thread

    Where the Spirit does not work with the hand, there is no art
    -- Leonardo da Vinci



  6. #26
    Senior Member
    Whiskeyman's Avatar

    Re: Gear Cart?

    Quote Originally Posted by Marilynne View Post

    Can you change out the wheels Wayne? Are you going to return the other one?
    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    When one of the wheels on my hand truck broke (had plastic rims), I was told to look online at Harbor Freight. I wound up finding much better wheels with metal rims. Their customer service was excellent and extremely accommodating which helped me find the best replacement wheels.
    I can't return the other one, even if I wanted to, since it was purchsed as a consignment at a local shop. I actually want to keep it to work with it for trails such as C-B-B.

    Harbor Freight? I hadn't thought of looking there for replacement wheels; that's a great idea, Marilynne! I'll look into whether I can replace the current wheels if I decide I want to or need to. Thanks for the tip.

    Wayne
    Thanks/Like hark Thanks/liked this post
     
    I drive an old car so that I can buy more photo gear.

  7. #27
    Senior Member
    Chucktin's Avatar

    Re: Gear Cart?

    At 75 I appreciate this discussion thread!
    My history includes lugging around a Bronica 6x6 with lens and gear, ouch! Gave that up long ago. But a D850 is a heavy mother nowGear Cart?.

    Sent from my Pixel 4a using Tapatalk
    Thanks/Like Whiskeyman Thanks/liked this post
     

  8. #28
    Senior Member
    Chucktin's Avatar

    Re: Gear Cart?

    The secret sauce will be the wheels. Only one of the suggested carts has wheels I think would work on a Florida marl road.

    Where's the Gyro Gearloose DMFSUP (Drone Mini Flying Saucer Utility Platform) when I want oneGear Cart?Gear Cart?Gear Cart?!

    Sent from my Pixel 4a using Tapatalk
    Thanks/Like Whiskeyman Thanks/liked this post
     





Quick Reply Quick Reply

If you are already a member, please login above before posting.

Similar Threads

  1. General Photography
  2. General Photography
  3. Off Topic
  4. General Digital SLR Cameras
  5. General Photography

Posting Permissions

  • You may post new threads
  • You may post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •