RocknRoller R14RT Multi-Cart Equipment Cart with R Trac Wheels
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- Instantly transforms into 8 different shapes replacing 8 different cart types
- Carries huge amounts of equipment yet folds small for storage
- Featured in college engineering textbooks for outstanding design
- Lightweight, rugged and ergonomically efficient
- Designed to work with vehicles, planes and trains.
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Features & Specifications
- Tubing Gauge: 16 gauge
- Main Tubing Size: 1 inches and 1.25 inch square steel tube
- Axle: 19mm
- Polypropylene hub with polyurethane foam tires
- Powder-coated steel tube frame
- Telescopes from 42-60 inches in length with 32 inch/20 inch (front/rear) foldable sides
- 8x2 inch R-Trac no-flat rear wheels and 6x1.5 inch soft tread swivel casters with brake
- Load Cap: 700 lbs./41 cu. ft.
- Wt: 36 lbs.
Rock N Roller R14RT "Mega" Multi-Cart
If load capacity is your priority, the Rock’n’Roller R14RT is the industrial strength, heavy-duty workhorse you need. Featuring thicker tubing, and capable of holding up to 700 pounds, the R14RT can expand to a massive 60 inch length, with a 15 inch wide frame bed that increases load stability with stacked cargo. In fact, the R14RT can carry 20 percent more cubic feet worth of gear than an R8 or R10. Rugged, foam-filled no-flat 8 inch rear wheels and 6 inch front casters come standard. The R-Trac tires ride smoothly with excellent traction, similar to pneumatic tires, but without the hassle of upkeep or repair. The patented 8-in-1 cart can transform easily to adjust to various load sizes, allowing you to move large amounts of gear in no time at all.
8 modes include storage transport, short furniture dolly, short platform cart, short hi-stacker, long hi-stacker, long platform cart, long furniture dolly, wheel handtruck.
- Pneumatic-like ride
- No-flat (no air leaks)
- Low rolling resistance
- High-strength polymer hub
- Extremely light weight
- Up to 30% lighter in weight than traditional pneumatics or solid wheels
- Popular Uses: DJ & Live Sound, Film & TV, Maintenance, Industrial, Contracting, Photography, Music Equipment, HVAC, Sports, Science & Field Research, Trade Shows
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I made my own floor deck with a single piece of 1/2 plywood cut to the size with padded rubber walkway covering. I made it 24" wide and it is a slip-in slip-out setup... gravity and the load keep it in place. Do Not Buy the optional shelving from Rock and Roller. (read the reviews!) It us about 6" narrower and I think a waste of money. I bought it and then realized what a bad design it was and returned it. My self made decking only cost me about $18 and is wider and super easy in and out.
I also wanted and bought the optional shelf. This is also a really stupid design that is a total pain in a** to setup.(read the reviews) I wanted something simple, lightweight, easy to setup and tear down and pack-up. How they came up with their design I can't imagine because the cart is so practical, you would expect the accessories to be as well... but they are not. My "Simple Shelf" is all I want it to be. If I could weld I would not need their shelf kit at all, but I can't. I was able to use their support bars and by turning them 90 degrees and adding a horizontal support between each handle (12" threaded rod with a piece of copper pipe I had to cover the threads) I made a quick on, quick off top shelf... held totally in place by gravity. Having the shelf setup also really makes the cart feel and respond better as it eliminates the slack in the handles, and holds them solidly.
I have test drove this with over 200lbs all over my home and yard with some rough terrain and the added width on the deck and all the slip-on slip-off shelving did not budge.
I am willing to bet that this type of setup would satisfy the needs of most cart buyers and certainly make setup and transporting much easier.
I almost give this 5 stars. The workmanship on the cart is not the slickest but it is OK. I did cut my finger on a burr on a weld while putting the wheels on, and without the shelving the handles feel very sloppy with a lot of play in them. I also think tubular instead of square tube construction would be better and more bungie cord friendly.
Recommend: The carts! (I also have the Mini)
Don't recommend: The deck and shelf kits (unless you need the shelf support bars and can't make your own)
The company never contacted me to supply me with extra parts or discount the product for the damage. So after awhile I got over the fact that the cart I received was damaged. I needed it right away and didn't have the time to wait for a replacement. I use the cart almost every day in my photo studio as a rolling desk for my computer. I purchased the optional shelf for it. When I go on location, this cart makes my life so much easier. I can load all my equipment on it and just roll it wherever I need to go. I really with I wouldn't have gotten a damaged cart, but the use I get out of it definitely outweighs the cosmetic damage.