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Milwaukee

Model CHT800P

Internet #100071520

Store SKU #168701

800 lb. Capacity 2-in-1 Convertible Hand Truck

$84.97 /each
  • Converts from 2 wheel truck to 4 wheel platform cart
  • 800 pound load capacity
  • 10 in. pneumatic tires with welded steel hubs and ball bearings

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Whether you have got bulky, heavy objects or smaller, lighter stuff the Milwaukee 800 lb. Capacity 2-in-1 Convertible Hand Truck transports it all. The versatile lifter transforms from a 2-wheel hand truck to a 4-wheel platform cart in seconds. Its pneumatic tires cushion the load over rough terrain.

  • Heavy duty metal frame is strong
  • 10 in. pneumatic tires with two, 4 in. casters
  • Flow-back handle for 1 or 2-hand operation
  • 800 lb. load rating
  • Converts from a 2-wheel operation to a 4-wheel cart

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Where can I buy a replacement pin for the convertible handle?

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vicente
Denver, CO
February 14, 2012
The pin that holds the convertible handle in place has been lost and I'm not having any luck finding a replacement online. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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July 4, 2016
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car hardware store will have the pin as its a standard trailer hitch cotter pin
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June 5, 2015
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What is the pin called? Would be helpful to know when heading to HD or Harbor Freight.
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November 4, 2014
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If Home Depot doesn't have them, try Harbor Freight.
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December 18, 2013
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I bought mine at Ace Hardware store for 1.50 .. they also sell the retainer cap for 1.20 each. 10 " tires solid tires for 8.99 each. Tap the cap with a socket instead of hitting the cap.. If I can do it anyone can, this is an easy fix.
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July 23, 2013
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What about trying a very long thin nail that fits the hole? You could always put duct tape on the end to keep it attached to the frame.
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February 27, 2012
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Hello Valued Customer,
Thanks for your question and interest in this item. To obtain replacement part details for model # CHT800P
Internet # 100071520, please contact the vendor at 310.470.6001 for assistance.
If you have any additional questions for Home Depot.com or need assistance placing an online order, please contact our Online Customer Service department at 800-430-3376.
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Can you change the tires to this hand truck?

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January 21, 2012
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November 4, 2014
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Yes you can.
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February 27, 2014
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Okay, so I was able to answer my own question about the little rings. You DON'T have to destroy the rings if you do it correctly. Here's how:
1. Get two thin bladed screwdrivers (not small, but with a relatively "sharp" ends).
2. Begin to pry up the edge of the ring by inserting the screwdriver and twisting. Insert the second screwdriver NEXT to the first and twist as well. Once the second one is twisted
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Okay, so I was able to answer my own question about the little rings. You DON'T have to destroy the rings if you do it correctly. Here's how:
1. Get two thin bladed screwdrivers (not small, but with a relatively "sharp" ends).
2. Begin to pry up the edge of the ring by inserting the screwdriver and twisting. Insert the second screwdriver NEXT to the first and twist as well. Once the second one is twisted so that its width is up and down, remove the first screwdriver and begin doing the same thing on the OTHER side of the second screwdriver. Do this one or two more times, moving around the axle. You DON'T have to go all the way around, just about 25% of the circumference will do. Then go do it on the other side of the ring -- 180 degrees across from your starting point.
3. Once you have bent up the edges of the ring on both sides enough to grab the ring with pliers, you move to stage 2. (If you have Vise-Grips or any other kind of locking pliers, it's way better.)
4. Once you have gripped the ring with the pliers (or better yet, locked the ring with Vise-Grips), being to slowly rotate the ring around the axle, exerting steady upwards force on the ring. As you do, the ring will slowly move up the axle and eventually off.
5. Once you have replaced the wheel, take the two rings (don't lose the washers -- which are on BOTH sides of the wheel) and pound them flat again with a hammer. Then put the washers back into place, then press the rings back into place atop the outer washers, possibly with needle nose pliers exerting equal pressure on both sides, so the rings slip down into place on the axle.
Voila! Wheels changed (I recommend changing the inflated tires out for solid ones, unless you want to be repeating this process again and again.
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February 27, 2014
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THD -- A followup on your answer. Where do we get new retaining rings for the inflatable wheels?
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March 19, 2012
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Yes, you can replace the inner tubes or get a solid tire (expensive).
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January 27, 2012
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Hi Duffman,
Thank you for your question.
I did reach out to the manufcaturer on this question and here is their response to you:
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Yes, you can change the tires on the model # CHT800P hand truck.
The caster wheels are just bolted on.
The pneumatic wheels are held on by a retaining ring (washer like piece with grooves in it). To change the tires you need to pry/bend/break that retaining ring off. We Read More
Hi Duffman,
Thank you for your question.
I did reach out to the manufcaturer on this question and here is their response to you:
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Yes, you can change the tires on the model # CHT800P hand truck.
The caster wheels are just bolted on.
The pneumatic wheels are held on by a retaining ring (washer like piece with grooves in it). To change the tires you need to pry/bend/break that retaining ring off. We recommend using a flat head screwdriver and pliers, but you can use whatever tools you think will work. Do not worry about damaging the retaining ring as it is meant to be a one time use piece. To apply the new ring you need to hammer it on. It works best if you put a socket over the retaining ring and hammer the socket rather then the ring directly. This allows it to go on smoother and easier."
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The treatment on the wheels off gases a strong petroleum smell. Whats the best way to neutralize this?

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wilburSOMA
San Francisco
August 14, 2012
I've tried washing the wheels with detergent to no effect. It's now been several days with no change.
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I have the same problem with the smell of the tires, but I don't think it goes away, over time. I have a rubber mallet that has a similar odor, and it still stinks, after several years. You just have to store it in the garage, if you have one. That's what I plan to do.
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I am having a problem with this as well. I don't have an outside place to store the dolly until the odor 'goes away over time' and am finding that the overwhelming petroleum odor is giving me a headache.
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March 4, 2014
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I found the smell to be a nuisance as well. I am going to store it in the garage or outside and see if the smell goes away.
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Hi WilburSoma,
Thank you for your question.
I did check with the manufacturer on this and this what they had to say- The odor is the rubber and it will go away over time.
Hope this helps.
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where can I get a replacement tire.

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Froggie
March 7, 2012
Have flat tire. seems the stem is broken off at tire.
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You can buy replacement tires at Habor Freight or Ace Hardware. The 10 inch tires I replaced was solid, so it will never go flat. The Pin and retainer cap along with the washer, I bought at Ace Hardware. The axle is 5/8" .
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Try your local hardware store. That's where I found the inner tubes. I went to a bike shop for installation.
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Hi Froggie,
Thank you for your question.
If the hand truck is less than a year old , you can reach out to the manufacturer at 1-800-520-6335 for a replacement wheel.
If you have any additional questions for Home Depot.com, please contact our Online Customer Service department at 800-430-3376.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 179 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by An Interesting Buy!! This item was one of the more interesting purchases I've made. I had a hard time taking it apart so that I could use it horizontally. When it was new the initial take down was hard and I thought I misunderstood its usage. Come to find out the paint job had it stuck so the first take apart was rough. After the first time it was better, and it got easier to use each time. I almost took it back because like I said it was stuck. So if you have this problem upon first usage get someone stronger to pull it out for you. It is easy to store and clean. It carries at least 6 -8 medium size luggage bags at a time it can carry more if you use a belt with it. I recommend this product...oh and also ....watch that your fingers and toes are not in the way during operating it!! August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product This saved the day while moving my daughter into her dorm. Rolled smoothly and it was easy to convert from upright to flat. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Handtruck Sturdy and convenient. Appreciate the convenience of the convertibility. September 6, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job, but heavier than I expected Does the job, but heavier than I expected. Stupid that this box needs more characters. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I like it! A really nice product that makes the job much easier. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by EXCELLENT PURCHASE Simple to assemble; fit well inside my truck; great for moving from an apartment with a small elevator; should have purchased two. August 17, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by not as good as it used to be I bought one of these back in 2009, and they do not make them like they used to. The one I owned had 4 pnuematic wheels, which from the website description I thought this was going to be the same, but it was not. it only that the 2 large ones. Also there is only one hole pin in the assembly and it is only on one side. The one I bought previously had pins on both sides and multiple holes, so the handle was sort of adjustable in height. I wish I had my old one back but my ex wife said she needed it and then when she moved the moving people there in Georgia stole it. I could drill some holes in it and buy another pin for the other side and then buy 2 small pnuematic wheels, but I dont feel like I should complete the job for the manufacturer and also I feel like the product description on the site was inaccurate, so I am going to return this trolley, but if they can build one like they used to then I will be glad to go back and back it again from Home Depot. My old one was green and it was from the same company. August 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Hand truck Very well built product good value and helpful employees August 9, 2016
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