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Author Topic: Truss trolley  (Read 777 times)

Joel T. Glaser

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Re: Truss trolley
« Reply #10 on: January 06, 2019, 03:52:10 pm »

Looks great Mal ! Be sure to post picks when you're finished.

I started using 4" locking wheels on all my caster plates. Less trouble with rough surfaces (like gravel!). On the other hand, truss shouldn't get to be too heavy.
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Taylor Hall

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Re: Truss trolley
« Reply #11 on: January 07, 2019, 08:56:06 am »

Nice and tidy, looks great!
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Re: Truss trolley
« Reply #12 on: January 13, 2019, 07:57:28 pm »

https://www.talkbass.com/threads/diy-truss-trollies.1380868/#post-22197426

rolled all 80 in one trip, solo move.  Going to redesign the layer guides but for the moment, thus is pretty close
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Re: Truss trolley
« Reply #13 on: Today at 01:17:09 pm »

I just use 2 4 wheel furniture dollies.  They are dirt cheap and work fine.  Having 4 wheels for each end means they can stand on their own vs having to fumble to get the first row attached.  I made up some spacers out of plywood that can set on the dollies as well as between each row of truss, or on top.  Once the stack is done, a simple ratchet strap around the whole mess, and it's ready to go.

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