When the tire on my Milwaukee hand truck (purchased at Home Depot) was shredded to pieces a few months back, I very quickly found a replacement tire on Amazon, rim and all for about $10. Perfect, I thought - 'that was easy.' When the new tire arrived and I went to install it however, expecting probably just a few turns of a bolt or something to that effect, I found myself scratching my head. The internet then helped introduce me to lock washers, and after watching a few videos of people aggressively beating their dollys with hammers, I said 'that doesn't look fun.' Complicating the process, finding the right size washer was a pain in the butt. You would think HD would sell them since half of the items in that aisle require them for keeping wheels on things - nope. Long story short, I got these yesterday, smashed off the old one with a hammer and screwdriver, gently tapped on one of these little guys, and I'm back up and running in about 7 minutes. Add that one to the handy man resume!
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