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Milwaukee Flow Back Handle Hand Truck w/ Puncture Proof Tires

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Sears.com has Milwaukee Flow Back Handle Hand Truck w/ Puncture Proof Tires (30151) on sale for $14.92. Select free store pickup where available. Thanks bxgirl

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This hand truck features 7" puncture proof tires and has a 300lb load capacity. A limited number of reviews on Sears.com give it a 4.5 out of 5 star overall rating. -Corwin

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Sears has:

Milwaukee Hand Truck-Flow Back Handle Truck with Puncture Proof Tires

300 lb capacity for $15. Regularly $30.

Free in store pick-up at Sears. HERE [sears.com]

Home Depot has it for $30 HERE [homedepot.com]
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"Puncture proof tires" means that they are solid and unforgiving on any surface that isn't flat and smooth. But hey, at least you don't have to be troubled with occasionally pumping them up.
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I got this thing for 15 years and it's still kicking as of this morning. I haul all kinds of stuffs including some real heavy things. Best thing is it is compact enough to fit in a small car so I can bring it when needed.
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Cheap but sure doesn't look like it will last
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Apparently I had $14.92 in surprise points. FREE for ME!
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"Puncture proof tires" means that they are solid and unforgiving on any surface that isn't flat and smooth. But hey, at least you don't have to be troubled with occasionally pumping them up.
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"Puncture proof tires" means that they are solid and unforgiving on any surface that isn't flat and smooth. But hey, at least you don't have to be troubled with occasionally pumping them up.
or dealing with a flat tire at the most inconvenient time...like after you have a refrigerator on it,
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or dealing with a flat tire at the most inconvenient time...like after you have a refrigerator on it,
First of all, I would not want to use this cheap little hand truck with such small solid wheels to move a fridge, but to each their own. And, I would think that running over something that punctures a tire would be an exceedingly rare occurrence with a hand truck. Most "flat tires" on hand trucks with pneumatic wheels would be due to time and disuse and could be easily remedied by airing them up a couple times per year.
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First of all, I would not want to use this cheap little hand truck with such small solid wheels to move a fridge, but to each their own. And, I would think that running over something that punctures a tire would be an exceedingly rare occurrence with a hand truck. Most "flat tires" on hand trucks with pneumatic wheels would be due to time and disuse and could be easily remedied by airing them up a couple times per year.
I wouldnt want to either, I enjoy the hand dollys that can stand on their on at a 45 degree handle and have a strap built in to tie things down.

But alas, at home, I have one cheapy hand dolly such as this one with no intentions of replacing it since it is seldom used. Never have to worry about the tires on it though.

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Used a wheel barrow the other day. It had nice big, rough terrain, flat tires. PITA to use since there was no pump around.

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my hand dolly is practically as old as I am. might not be as cheapy as i made it out to be. but it does have puncture proof tires.
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Cheap but sure doesn't look like it will last
I got this thing for 15 years and it's still kicking as of this morning. I haul all kinds of stuffs including some real heavy things. Best thing is it is compact enough to fit in a small car so I can bring it when needed.
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In for 2. FIL will be happy I'm replacing the one I broke a year ago. Peace
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she said its your basic dolly so dont even think about being cheap and trying to use it commercially.
Who is she?
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Somehow I have 14.92 surprise points , so free for me lol ... I can see why sears is going out of business
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price match ? homedepot ?
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I'm 6'2 and the top of the carts handle comes up to my waist.. Just fyi.. Seems solid though.
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