[Dixielandjazz] Need name of hand truck...
swingbanjo at yahoo.com
Sun Nov 8 10:40:34 PST 2009
There's a hand truck called the "rock and roller" , has handies on both ends that fold down flat when not needed and the tires are solid. check out the larger music stores.
--- On Sun, 11/8/09, dwlit at cpcug.org <dwlit at cpcug.org> wrote:
From: dwlit at cpcug.org <dwlit at cpcug.org>
Subject: Re: [Dixielandjazz] Need name of hand truck...
To: "Diann" <swingbanjo at yahoo.com>
Cc: dixielandjazz at ml.islandnet.com
Date: Sunday, November 8, 2009, 2:03 AM
Hi Steve. "Rock and roll". I wouldn't consider it "light", but manageable
and it folds up nicely. It doesn't quite fit my Yamaha P-80, in foam-lined
canvas case, so the end sticks out a bit. Probably the main question is
whether you can carry the piano stand conveniently. I have an X-shped
stand with a round piece of metal in the middle where the 2 pieces cross,
and that's a pain. Still, I'm happy with mine.
I got mine some years ago, and the one my bass man got has inflatable
tires and is a bit lighter construction than mine. He doesn't like the
inflatable tires--they can go flat...
> Hi gang,
> A month or two back, there was a discussion on the list about a "hand
> that list-ers seemed to like... Can anybody repeat the name, so I can get
> one? I need to start hauling equipment again, and I need something 1)
> compact 2) light and 3) easy to use... You can send it off-list, if you
> like... I THINK it was called something like Rack and Roll, or something
> like that...
> Thanks and ALL the Best
> Steve Heist
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