Rated 4.2 out of 5Â by 63
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Skoop Milwaukee 800 lb Hand Truck Is the One to Buy!
I've had several hand trucks over the years but I have to say I am very impressed with Home Depot's Milwaukee 800 lb D-handle hand truck. I've been moving logs, bricks, propane tanks and this hand truck is definitely up to the task. Wheels are solid, I saw no flexing in the loading deck. Very impressed. Thank you Home Depot for having the tools and equipment available to me that will do the job and will last for years!
September 17, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Danno11 Kick the tires!
Some people just crack me up. Flat tires! Too funny. You are aware that there is a minimum tire pressure, right? Well, anyway, every time you use this tool the first thing you need to do is kick the tires. If what you are trucking is light, it doesn't mean much. However, if you're moving heavy stuff you better make darn sure you have max pressure in the tires. See, a tire has what is called a bead, if you run tires flat, it ruins the bead and maybe even the rim. If the bead gets ruined the tire won't hold air. This is the type of tool that gets used so rarely that the tires should be aired up each time you use it, period. I have had one of these dollies for so long I can't remember when i bought it but I like to have air in the tires. Not only does it make the thing infinitely easier to push or pull, but it makes it, essentially, work. Here's my advice, if you don't have an air compressor and air chuck w/pressure gauge, get one. The other option is to buy a set of inner tubes and install them. They make tubeless tires hold air way better. BTW the tires work best around 45PSI. Higher if you have something that weighs 800#. The other option is to hire someone to do the job. Best get about three strong men if you're going to dolly anything weighing 800#. Flat tires! We call that "Operator Error". LOL. I read one review saying they'd get the solid tires. NO, don't do it. Solids are twice as hard to use.
December 9, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Handyman Very Useful
This really helped moving boxes etc. This dolly made it possible to move boxes fast.
October 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by oldhommer Good Frame
I had my hand truck for almost 20 years. But from day one the tire on the left side of cart would always go flat. And the other was just fine. I tried everything from fix a flat to stuff they put in golf cart tires and still go flat. Finally I had enough and spend another $30.00 on this cart got new flat free tires. Best thing I think you can do. If you are having a lot of tire problems with this product. The frame of this cart is very well made. The welds are good and strong. I use my a hand cart to move cases of pop for my vending machines. Never a problem after that.
June 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by SM00 Great hand truck
This is a really good quality hand truck. I used it for moving and it was perfect. Very Heavy Duty
September 23, 2014