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Milwaukee D-Handle Hand Truck w/ 10" Tires

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Sears has Milwaukee D-Handle Hand Truck w/ 10" Tires on sale for $24.92. Select free store pickup where available. Thanks Corwin

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Load and lift equipment, boxes, and other heavy items with ease with this 800 lb. hand truck. This heavy-duty steel hand truck comes with a D-handle style and 10" pneumatic wheels for easy handling and maneuverability.

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Load and lift equipment, boxes, and other heavy items with ease with this 800 lb. hand truck. This heavy-duty steel hand truck comes with a D-handle style and 10" pneumatic wheels for easy handling and maneuverability.
This D-Handle Truck allows for one hand operation and has 10" pneumatic tires which cushion the load and allow the truck to roll over uneven surfaces. Its 50" stacking height is great for high-stacking applications. This hand truck has a powder coated finish and ships fully assembeled.
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Created 10-01-2017 at 06:49 PM by Corwin
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Washing machines are kinda light, but the air tires and narrow base on this hand truck make it unstable. You can do it but its not ideal. Just secure it with some rope or have someone help you stabilize the load when you're rolling it around.

Fridge dollies have wide bases and a short lip and a racheting tie down. Those would be ideal for moving something like a washer.
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This will work fine for moving just about anything, use a ratchet strap to keep it stable and you'll be fine moving solo if you have the gumption.

Renting a special dolly with built in straps will cost you almost the same price.. buying and you're looking at significantly more, unless you're in the moving business or you exceed 800lbs you don't need that style of dolly.
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In for 8.50 after points. Thank you, assuming they actually process the order.
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Is this good to move a washing machine to the curb
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Is this good to move a washing machine to the curb
Would probably be sufficient, but trucks with two handles are a lot easier to control and get up stairs with heavy loads than these ones with a single middle handle
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Is this good to move a washing machine to the curb
If you use a ratchet strap with it, it could work easily.
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Washing machines are kinda light, but the air tires and narrow base on this hand truck make it unstable. You can do it but its not ideal. Just secure it with some rope or have someone help you stabilize the load when you're rolling it around.

Fridge dollies have wide bases and a short lip and a racheting tie down. Those would be ideal for moving something like a washer.
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If this is anything like the Milwaukee convertible dollies that have gone FP in the past the tires do tend to go flat. Mine did after a couple months.
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This will work fine for moving just about anything, use a ratchet strap to keep it stable and you'll be fine moving solo if you have the gumption.

Renting a special dolly with built in straps will cost you almost the same price.. buying and you're looking at significantly more, unless you're in the moving business or you exceed 800lbs you don't need that style of dolly.
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If this is anything like the Milwaukee convertible dollies that have gone FP in the past the tires do tend to go flat. Mine did after a couple months.
I've bought 10 and kept 2 for over a yr without tires going flat

I did bend the small wheels on my deck with a 450lb safe, hence why I sold that one for 30 and got a new one
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none near me. darn. thanks op, good deal anyway. tu
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Is this the same Milwaukee that makes power and hand tools?
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Just say no to pneumatic wheels
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Seems like a great deal to me! Damned shame that the closest one to me is in Shelton, CT, while I'm on Long Island.
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Is this the same Milwaukee that makes power and hand tools?
No, the brand is licensed for this and furniture trucks.
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