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150 lbs. Fold-Up Truck

  • Equipped with 5 in. non-marking wheels for easy maneuverability
  • 15-1/4 in. W x 11 in. D toe plate accommodates sizable loads
  • Extendable handle lets it fold down easily for compact storage
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Product Overview

This Milwaukee Fold-Up Truck is lightweight and easy to use. The handle extends to 39 in. and the unit folds flat for storage. The toe plate size is 15-1/4 in. x 11 in., which along with the 5 in. non-marking wheels gives this truck a load capacity of 150 lbs. A bungee cord is also included to help secure the load.
  • 150 lb. capacity
  • 5 in. non-marking wheels
  • Bungee cord included helping secure the load
  • Rolls in folded position
  • Simple to use, easy to carry and store
  • Backed by a 1-year limited warranty

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Load Capacity (lb.)150300600300
FeaturesFoldingVertical-Horizontal ConvertibleHeavy Duty,Pneumatic TiresVertical-Horizontal Convertible
Hand Truck TypeAll-Purpose Hand TruckAll-Purpose Hand TruckAll-Purpose Hand TruckExtendable Hand Truck
Storage Product TypeDollies and Hand TrucksDollies and Hand TrucksDollies and Hand TrucksDollies and Hand Trucks
Toe Plate Depth (in.)117711
Horizontal Load Capacity (lb)04000300
MaterialSteelNylonSteelSteel
Product Width (in.)15.25162215.25
Toe Plate Width (in.)15.25141415
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
16
Product Height (in.)
39
Product Width (in.)
15.25
Toe Plate Depth (in.)
11
Toe Plate Width (in.)
15.25
Wheel Size (in.)
5

Details

Collapsible
Yes
Color Family
Gray
Features
Folding
Hand Truck Type
All-Purpose Hand Truck
Horizontal Load Capacity (lb)
0
Load Capacity (lb.)
150
Load Strap
Yes
Material
Steel
Number of casters
0
Number of Wheels
2 Wheels
Product Weight (lb.)
9.5
Reconditioned
No
Returnable
90-Day
Storage Product Type
Dollies and Hand Trucks
Vertical Load Capacity (lb)
150
Vertical-Horizontal Convertible
No
Wheel Type
Solid Plastic

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Questions & Answers

39Questions47Answers

How big is this can it fit into a standard car truck

Asked by cindy March 22, 2021
5
Answers

Yes

Would this pull on rocks? Im looking for a hand truck to pull around my portable toolbox, like putting a milwaukee packout on it for example.

Asked by Waukee February 7, 2021
5
Answers

Not so good on rocks......

can this withstand a 100 lb generator a few inches wider to store permanently?

Asked by magoo August 6, 2020
5
Answers

Yes, I think it can. Our boxes were wider than this product, yet, it did the job. However, I didn't have 100 pounds - maybe 50-70.

Can this haul and support a Refrigerator?

Asked by Tony August 6, 2020
5
Answers

It could handle a *small* student refrigerator. Otherwise stick to the 150 pound rating of this cart. Anything heavier, I suggest the all-metal cart also at HomeDepot. It's not much more money, and can handle more weight.

Is this already assembled

Asked by Tyler August 5, 2020
5
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There is no assembly required for the Milwaukee fold-up truck, it's ready to go!

what is the warranty

Asked by HomeDepotCustomer July 31, 2020
4
Answers

Light weight but very sturdy. Work as expected.

Is it worth it to repair? I bought this 4 weeks ago and have only used it twice. I had loaded 3 ...

Asked by JH18 July 20, 2020
5
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It depends on how much the repair is going to cost you. I think it's great, but I couldn't think of it carrying such a big load. One case of water at a time is all I would go for.

What does this weigh?

Asked by Mr2Guy July 17, 2020
5
Answers

this is very light, folds up and is easy to carry

How to you open up the loading plate?

Asked by stuck July 3, 2020
5
Answers

It was opened this Monday. 06/07/2020. Unbelievable how it didn't last.

how can i get replacement wheels for this?

Asked by william June 14, 2020
3
Answers

Unfortunately we do not offer any replacement parts for our fold-up hand trucks. We do offer a 1 year warranty, so please reach out to us at 800/520/6335 for further assistance.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.1
    out of 1,375 reviews
  • 80% recommend this product
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Moved an entire couch with this thing
Granted, the couch was dismantled into several pieces, however the bottom 2 portions of this power reclining couch were very heavy (I'm sure it may have been around the 150lb weight capacity) . I crossed my fingers and took the chance that it wouldnt break. In any event, I walked approximately 4 new York city blocks back and forth moving these pieces to my apartment complex dump area with no issue. I saved 175 bucks doing this on my own as opposed to hiring one of those junk removal guys. Def recommended.
by Shalove86
Sturdy, easy to store
So far I’ve used this for a 50lb flat pack furniture box and a metal filing cabinet. The bottom plate is a generous size. With bungee cords I’ve been able to maneuver items up to my second floor apartment on my own. Appreciate that it folds flat for easy storage. Used it more than I expected.
by ApartmentDweller
VERY light duty
This worked fine for a 100 lb water heater, which is why I bought it. For 60 lbs of books however, a bump running not entirely straight broke the PLASTIC wheels. Who puts plastic wheels on hand trucks?
by TomJ
13 people found this helpful
I was quickly able to learn how to use the Milwaukee Hand Truck that I purchased on May 18, 2020....
I was quickly able to learn how to use the Milwaukee Hand Truck that I purchased on May 18, 2020. Although I was able to roll this truck a mile with an air conditioner on its noseplate, it was necessary for me to slightly stoop because the handle did not extend high enough for me to walk in a full, upright position. (The advertisment card attached to this unit did not declare the handle's, extension height.) Nonetheless, this small capacity (68 kg/150 lbs) hand truck has more, noseplate surface area than full-size hand trucks, is less expensive than full-size hand trucks; and its collapsible feature makes it easily storable.
by DiodeMANN2
4 people found this helpful
I had been using this folding handtruck for about a year and a half when it failed on me. One of ...
I had been using this folding handtruck for about a year and a half when it failed on me. One of the wheels would no longer open when the loading plate was lowered. Upon inspection, the plastic "ratchet" point on the wheel had simply worn away. The wheel can still be manually opened, but it is no longer a full 90 degrees from the truck body. When hauling a load with this wheel in a "pigeon-toe" position, the handtruck can become wobbly, so the user has to slow down, especially when making a turn. I may have had higher expectations of this hand truck since it carries a well-known brand name. One thing about this hand truck, if you look at the product picture is the horizontal support bar (not the bar with the logo and the button) which is part of the handle that slides up and down. The user pushes on the button to allow the handle to go up or down. Be careful with objects that stick out the back of the hand truck when opening or closing this hand truck. The horizontal bar acts as a "guillotine" and objects sticking out the back may be shifted or dislodged when the bar hits it (learned the hard way). So make sure notjhing is sticking out when the hand truck is being opened or closed. One more point, this hand truck requires two hand operation to open and close since the button on the logo bar has to be pressed while simultaneously pulling up or pushing down on the handle to fully extend or to close the hand truck. Some other hand trucks, notably the Magna-Cart, allows one-hand operation by squeezing the top handle with a second bar to extend and close the cart. (And the Magna-Cart avoids the "guillotine" effect because it doesn't have a sliding second horizontal bar on the back of its folding hand trucks.)
by rayzr
3 people found this helpful
I bought this thinking it could easily handle the 30 pounds or so that I planned to roll around, ...
I bought this thinking it could easily handle the 30 pounds or so that I planned to roll around, but boy was I wrong. I put on the two "banker boxes" that totaled about 35 pounds and rolled it from the parking lot to my office. It made it there ok, but on the way back the wheels started wobbling so much that they started to canter about 30 degrees. So the hand truck lasted for about a total distance of about 100 yards (over smooth concrete with no bumps or stairs).
by VeryDisappointed
13 people found this helpful
Lightweight, easy to use. I would like slightly larger wheels but other than that it works well.
Lightweight, easy to use. I would like slightly larger wheels but other than that it works well.
by Mike
Wheel broke on the second use. Plastic should have been metal.
I was moving a 5 gallon bucket of paint down 3 steps, wheel broke when I got to the bottom of the third step. And yes I was going very slow and easy not to break it but more importantly spill the paint. I will try to return and buy a better one.
by Chris
7 people found this helpful
Good product
Good product
by Albert
1 person found this helpful
Perfect for my purposes (occasional, modest volume/weight household stuff loads). Folds flat and...
Perfect for my purposes (occasional, modest volume/weight household stuff loads). Folds flat and small for permanent stowage in the trunk of our car. Totes 3 apple boxes full of books no problem. Well made. A sturdy combination of heavy duty plastic and welded steel. Thoughtful touch: comes with a bunge cord for securing the load.
by HomeDepotCustomer
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