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    I think I found my next LF hauler!

    At first, I got a used jogging stroller but my dog seems to be enjoying it a lot more (English Bulldog). And the studio Bogen I use falls off it. And the plastic walmart container with film holders on seat portion seems kinda heavy for it. I probably will not be doing any hiking and if I do, it'll be on a decent trail where people jog and mountain bike. One day sure,I'll get a backpack, a bowie knife, bear gun, camping gear and head off to the sunset with my 8x10. But for now, drive my sh**y old pickup with this thing, and go for a walk with it. Looks like my local home store has it for 70 bucks.


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    Re: I think I found my next LF hauler!

    And it will hold your Bulldog and his water bowl in case he's too hot!

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    Re: I think I found my next LF hauler!

    Quote Originally Posted by Luis-F-S View Post
    And it will hold your Bulldog and his water bowl in case he's too hot!
    Yeah for sure! At least it's plastic and I can hose off the dog spit and hair easily. It'll go well with my rusty ol' pickup.
    Wheels looks like it has bearings which means I can probably service this.

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    Re: I think I found my next LF hauler!

    Looks great! I wish the folding wagon I carry my gear in had those wheels.

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    Re: I think I found my next LF hauler!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Noel View Post
    Looks great! I wish the folding wagon I carry my gear in had those wheels.
    That's what I was thinking at first. Folding wagons looked great and practical. I can use it for laundry. But those wheels, I was thinking "I can't go through trails with folding cart wheels". And this was about same price as some of the folding ones.

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    Re: I think I found my next LF hauler!

    You better have a strong back to get this out of your truck! It weighs 58.6 lbs!

    That is, if it is this one?: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01BECQF6K...a-315480928076

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    Re: I think I found my next LF hauler!

    Quote Originally Posted by jon.oman View Post
    You better have a strong back to get this out of your truck! It weighs 58.6 lbs!

    That is, if it is this one?: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01BECQF6K...a-315480928076
    That's the 1,200 pound capacity. This one is 600 lb capacity. 31 lbs. Not bad, still, it's rolling and better than a backpack for now

    Series Name N/A
    Capacity (Cu. Feet) 4
    Weight Limit (lbs.) 600
    Cart Material Poly
    Folding Cart No
    Cart Wheel Size (Inches) 10
    Flat-Free Tire(s) No
    Tire Type Pneumatic
    Handle Material Steel
    Handle Grips Yes
    Towable No
    Manufacturer Color/Finish Black
    Color/Finish Family Black
    Cart Weight (lbs.) 31.5
    Warranty 1-year limited

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    Re: I think I found my next LF hauler!

    Let's see, 30 pounds plus almost 30 pounds of camera junk = 60 pounds. That's like biking with my dog on trailer, she's about 50-60 pound english bulldog. About the weight of my kids in a red flyer when they were young. So not bad actually.

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    Re: I think I found my next LF hauler!

    Quote Originally Posted by Luis-F-S View Post
    And it will hold your Bulldog and his water bowl in case he's too hot!
    Bulldog? It's supposed to hold a Gorilla. Can't you read, Louis?

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    Re: I think I found my next LF hauler!

    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Gales View Post
    Bulldog? It's supposed to hold a Gorilla. Can't you read, Louis?
    I wouldn't have a gorilla unless he'd carry my 8x10 kit + tripod. BTW, Eric, how would you pack the tripod on this wagon (with the kit but w/o your puppy ... or does he accompany you wherever you go)?

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