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The R2 cart is designed for guitar/bass equipment, karaoke, cases, or even airline travel. While being 15% lighter than the former RR4, it also folds 15% smaller with the same 24 cubic ft. of load capacity. This capacity exceeds that of any luggage cart, yet folds to fit many airline overheads! Other features include expanding from 26 to 39 in. in length, 25 in. front and 18 in. rear foldable sides, 6 x 1.5 in. rear wheels, 4 x 1 in. casters, and a textured black color with yellow allows for use on stage. It'll even functions as an amp stand!
Rock-N-Roller Multi-Cart R2 8-in-1 Micro Equipment Cart Features
- Rear Wheel: 6 in. x 1.50 in. soft tread, 3/8" bore
- Hub Color: Yellow
- Rear Axle Fastener: 0.5 in. pushnut
- Caster Whl Diameter: 4 in.
- Hub Color: Yellow
- Front Axle Fastener: 12mm nylon insert nut
- Load capacity: 350 lbs.
- Weight: 17 lbs.
It's the design. Great design. Very compact and portable when folded up. Easy to fold and unfold, and secure in either position. Great for moving heavy things like air-conditioners or 6-space racks up and down stairs (remember to strap the things on with a ratchet strap!). It has 1cm-wide holes through which you can thread rope to make it pullable like a wagon (Do this!). With the unit totally unfolded and expanded, you can carry 6 to 8 liquor boxes on it. As a platform cart, it really is better and easier to use than some commercial carts. Easy to maneuver.
It's made of strong square tube and rod steel. The wheels are plastic (and the bearings are just plastic on steel (sleeve bearings), but I've had no trouble with them. The two knobs used to tighten the cart after sliding it to be longer or shorter are plastic, molded onto hex-nuts. These knobs are cheap. After a while of tightening and loosening, they have cracked off. You'd think you'd need a wrench to tighten these nuts (without the knobs), but you really don't. Finger-tight (wearing gloves) is almost good enough. That's why I give it a 8.
Have done sound for live concerts
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