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Customer Reviews for Northern Industrial Panel Dolly - 600Lb. Capacity

Northern Industrial Panel Dolly - 600Lb. Capacity

Item# 999012
This rugged panel dolly cart rolls on big 10in. pneumatic tires for superior maneuverability and handling of large work pieces. It is designed to handle plywood, laminate, drywall, windows, doors, countertops, mattresses and more. It includes adjustable side plates move from 0-9in. to accommodate varying items and feature secure T-handle set screws to keep load in place. Total Capacity lbs. 600, Overall Height in. 12 5/8, Platform Size L x W in. 15 x 16, Support Arm qty 2, Includes Blue powder-coat, Wheel Size in. 10, Wheel Type Pneumatic, Material Type Steel.
Average Customer Rating:
4.75 out of 5
4.8
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Customer Reviews for Northern Industrial Panel Dolly - 600Lb. Capacity
Review 1 for Northern Industrial Panel Dolly - 600Lb. Capacity
Overall Rating:
4 / 5
4 / 5

Solid tool

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February 4, 2014
By RAC021
from New York
"Particularly for working alone, this panel dolly is a real back saver. It is simple, ruggedly constructed, easy to assemble, and its big tires really get the job done. The one drawback , and a flaw I think in the design, is the wheel retaining caps. Mine popped off in use. I tried replacements and had no better luck. I ended up drilling a hole through the cap and the axle on each end and fastening them with a cotter pin. Problem solved."
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Review 2 for Northern Industrial Panel Dolly - 600Lb. Capacity
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

Load - it & roll - it, why cary it?

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October 9, 2012
By Goodbird
from Brentwood, TN
"I have to do a lot of event table set-ups at the building where I work. A lot of times I have to move only one or two tables to the other side of the building. This panel cart works great, load it and roll. Don't have to lift and cary. It is built sturdy with good welds on it. You do have to balance the load on the panel cart and maintain a good balance while rolling it. I like that it can adjust for the width that you need. I have put five plastic 30 inch x 72 inch folding tables on it, then adjusted it for one.
It is heavy duty so when you cary it; it is hefty. The new tires have a strong smell for a long time and the female threads that the ' T ' bolts go in were messed up, but I got them to work properly. Other than that its great.
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Review 3 for Northern Industrial Panel Dolly - 600Lb. Capacity
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

Panel Dolly

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August 13, 2012
By besthandyman
from Jacksonville, FL
"Used this product to move 6' H x 8' L cypress fence panels. Having the flexibility to slightly under inflate the pneumatic tires kept tires from bogging down in soft flower beds along fence line. Great work saver!"
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Review 4 for Northern Industrial Panel Dolly - 600Lb. Capacity
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

Works great for drywall!

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May 21, 2012
By JoeBean
from Newfoundland, Canada
"I purchased this for moving drywall (8'-12' sheets) over rough, uneven terrain (bringing the sheets in from outside) that normal drywall dollys tend to have trouble with. We always carry same size sheets (ie. 8's with 8's, not 8's with 12's) so this worked like a charm.
We've used it in 2 different ways: With the dolly in the middle of the sheet, moving the drywall is nearly effortless as it'll balance on the wheels. The only issue is that will limit you on an approx. 9" height/clearance differential from the front of a sheet to the rear, which isn't usually a problem but can be if you're using a steep ramp.
The other way we've used it, mainly for ramps, is to move the dolly to the end of the sheets and lift the other end with a drywall lift or strap. This allows carrying roughly double what you'd normally be able to carry.
One thing to note: If you're using this in high wind you'll want two people helping roll the sheets or get a sheet of plywood to put on one side of the drywall. Otherwise if the wind takes the drywall it'll crack as it's mostly unsupported on the sides
We've never used this for moving wall sections as we frame in place. I've never known anyone to frame a section of wall so far away that they've got to roll it in place, so that seems like an odd use to advertise..."
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