Modified Trolley / barrow

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davebike

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I am mainly a pole fisher and fish mostly club still waters with good paths, but suffer from bad ankles and knees and recently have had shoulder and elbow problems ! I use a Korum chair so a true trolley is not great and have been using a twin wheeled carp barrow but I carry lot of gear and my back and shoulders have been complaining so I did a little "mating " of the barrow and a Trolley !

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svenc

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Nice one Dave, looks like a scrapheap challenge. not in a rude way but you have used a lot of initiative their.
 

avonaquatics

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Looks nice, and certainly a good idea, but how do you go around corners, looks like all wheels are fixed, so you can't turn ??? :)

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davebike

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Rear two wheels steer !

Vertical piece is "Kingpin" style steering pin
Now has ply "table top" for stove etc while fishing


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avonaquatics

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Nice Job, Looks like it would fold reasonably small as well, being based on a carp barrow.

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davebike

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Yes folds up fairly well I don't have too much space constraints as I run a Volvo 940 estate! it should be getting a test on Sunday! but it worked all right running round the yard at work !

I am still to decide if it a push or pull trolley perhaps it is indeed a "push me pull you"

Yes it is based on a carp barrow and a box trolley bit of a cut and shuck job !
 
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