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Scott Holtzman

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Re: Jbl Srx818sp casters
« Reply #10 on: March 30, 2018, 03:40:49 pm »

True that I was thinking of getting casters for all 4 subs or plan b would be to get a rock n roller cart...I'm open to any suggestions :)

You need the cart, but not for the subs.

Either put casters on them or build a wheel board.  Getting them up on a cart to teeter totter is a major pain in the ass.
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Re: Jbl Srx818sp casters
« Reply #11 on: March 30, 2018, 04:09:16 pm »

I built caster boards for my PRX718's and they stay strapped to them (straps through the handles). I really like the fact that I can move the subs easily if I need to without flipping them over BUT they sit a bit higher and the boards need tightening and a slight reposition every few shows. As Scott says, a dolly cart would be harder to use.
 I use the Penn Elcoms for my SRX's.
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Re: Jbl Srx818sp casters
« Reply #12 on: March 30, 2018, 04:24:00 pm »

I built caster boards for my PRX718's and they stay strapped to them (straps through the handles). I really like the fact that I can move the subs easily if I need to without flipping them over BUT they sit a bit higher and the boards need tightening and a slight reposition every few shows. As Scott says, a dolly cart would be harder to use.
 I use the Penn Elcoms for my SRX's.

I started with strap down generic dolly's but technically those aren't wheel boards.  I have 4 giant ass EAW horns that I use for lawn gigs and they came with real big boy wheel boards that had a strip and routed pegs that fit the speakers.  They drop on and off the wheelboards and stay put. 

Over time I plan on building some for other rigs (probably KW153's next) 

Our STX828's and KW153's are on casters with drop over covers.  I can stack the 181's  I need help to stack the 828's

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Re: Jbl Srx818sp casters
« Reply #13 on: March 30, 2018, 04:32:25 pm »

I started with strap down generic dolly's but technically those aren't wheel boards.  I have 4 giant ass EAW horns that I use for lawn gigs and they came with real big boy wheel boards that had a strip and routed pegs that fit the speakers.  They drop on and off the wheelboards and stay put. 

Over time I plan on building some for other rigs (probably KW153's next) 

Our STX828's and KW153's are on casters with drop over covers.  I can stack the 181's  I need help to stack the 828's

Mine work great - the ratchet straps are easy enough to tighten if need be and they pretty much stay in place.
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Re: Jbl Srx818sp casters
« Reply #14 on: March 30, 2018, 08:16:22 pm »

W0985 -v6 with brakes and
W0990 -v6 without brakes I believe

W09000-v6 and W09008-V6 are a bit wider.
Thanks for the info hope I get the right ones lol...I think I'm going to go with those with the brakes...they look much nicer than the jbl ones.
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Re: Jbl Srx818sp casters
« Reply #15 on: March 30, 2018, 08:18:29 pm »

You need the cart, but not for the subs.

Either put casters on them or build a wheel board.  Getting them up on a cart to teeter totter is a major pain in the ass.
I plan on getting a cart pretty soon..to move other stuff also..true that..
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Re: Jbl Srx818sp casters
« Reply #16 on: March 30, 2018, 11:41:24 pm »

W0985 -v6 with brakes and
W0990 -v6 without brakes I believe

W09000-v6 and W09008-V6 are a bit wider.
These 4" casters are better than the stock JBL ones, but the bolt holes don't "quite" line up. It's close enough to fudge it with a drill bit, but it's not a simple bolt-on couple of minutes...
We used the 990's and they are great. They are sealed enough not to rattle during use, and it's really nice not to have to store and hunt for a dolly board. 
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