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 Posted: Fri May 14th, 2010 07:10 am
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rogero
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Kevin, thanks for the photo. Very similar to what I had in mind. Will post a photo as soon as I have built it. Roy

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 Posted: Fri May 14th, 2010 06:26 pm
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Star
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Maasbanker wrote:
Guys, the best thing for me is the h-frame with good padding, it can be used on surf and on rocky terrain !!
Hi Maasbanker how much does the H frame cost and where can I get it from(pref. Durbs)

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 Posted: Tue May 25th, 2010 03:56 pm
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Arno Nel
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I used the trolly that Pasta posted on the weekend and I must say that it help alot and was not that difficult to pull around, even on the soft sand.

I need to make a plan and make myself one aswell.

The trolly helped alot when we started getting Mullets and had to move up and down the beach with the buckets. Get mullets put in the bucket and pull the trolly to the next spot where you see the mullets

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 Posted: Tue May 25th, 2010 04:31 pm
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misguide
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rogero wrote: darrenk wrote: we use trolleys alot here on our coast. heres what mine looks like
Thanks for the picture, where did you get hold of those tyres?

You can buy those pneumatic tyres at SA Ladder in Gauteng.

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 Posted: Sun Jun 13th, 2010 03:13 am
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zulu-X-treme
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I got an off-cut piece of polypropylene from Maizey Platics here in Richards Bay, approx. 1200mm's x 800mm's x 10mm's, heated the front end and bent a lip so it would'nt dig into the sand. Polyprop is great stuff, if you rest two pieces on top of each the top piece will slide away from the bottom piece, almost frictionless so it was great for the beach. I then screwed hooks along the edges to attach bungee cords to hold whatever I was loading. I just drilled two holes in the lip and attached a piece of rope to pull it with. It wasn't bad just cumbersome, I often over loaded it which mean't that it would take 2 of us to pull it. I must say that it slid over the sand really well but in the end I built a trolley with wheels very similiar to the pics already posted. What is nice is that Maizey Plastics sells plastic corners of every possible design, 90 degrees, T pieces etc... Which allow the assembly of 25mm aluminium square tubing frames or boxes, really easy to manufacture, a light yet strong trolley.

Then again there were always 'lightys' keen to come fishing with the 'ballies' so there was never a shortage of hands to pull the sled.

:lol:1

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 Posted: Tue Feb 10th, 2015 07:17 pm
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Adolf
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Here is my idea. Must still fit the floor board and chopping board on the stand at the left. For the floor I will use ABS plastic, which I already have. The whole cart is stainless and the wheels a dream on the sand.

Attachment: SS Trolley.jpg (Downloaded 657 times)

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 Posted: Wed Feb 11th, 2015 07:47 am
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Nice job! Looks good I made my one out of stuff lying around in my
Garage .

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 Posted: Wed Feb 11th, 2015 10:19 am
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zulu-X-treme
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Adolf, where did you get those 'fat tekkies'? They'll work really well on soft sand... ;)

I did find this... http://www.beachwheelssouthafrica.com/products.html

Last edited on Wed Feb 11th, 2015 10:26 am by zulu-X-treme

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 Posted: Wed Feb 11th, 2015 10:44 am
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Adolf
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zulu-X-treme wrote:
Adolf, where did you get those 'fat tekkies'? They'll work really well on soft sand... ;)

I did find this... http://www.beachwheelssouthafrica.com/products.html


That is the place. See my previous post for Jacques's number.They will courier anywhere.

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 Posted: Mon Feb 16th, 2015 01:17 pm
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Adolf
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Had a test run this week-end, what a pleasure on the sand. Still need my life-bait well.

Attachment: Trolley test 2.jpg (Downloaded 589 times)

Last edited on Mon Feb 16th, 2015 01:23 pm by Adolf

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 Posted: Wed Feb 18th, 2015 01:55 pm
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Kwagga 74
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Hi Adolf some nice work you've done there - looks excellent!

Could u tell me what were the price tag at the end of the day?

::tight: 

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 Posted: Wed Feb 18th, 2015 02:41 pm
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Hi Adolph - great looking trolley - where did you get the wheels?

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 Posted: Wed Feb 18th, 2015 02:41 pm
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Hi Adolph - great looking trolley - where did you get the wheels?

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 Posted: Wed Feb 18th, 2015 03:59 pm
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Adolf
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Kwagga 74 wrote:
Hi Adolf some nice work you've done there - looks excellent!

Could u tell me what were the price tag at the end of the day?

::tight: 


Thanks guys. The cost of wheels excluded R2900.00 The wheels I purchased from beachwheels at R2500.00 for both. Expensive but worth it. The wheels are 42cm high. You can get cheaper but with a radius of 150mm.

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 Posted: Sun Feb 22nd, 2015 12:16 am
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So lyk Rudolf se trollie,kort nog net 'n matras.

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 Posted: Sun Feb 22nd, 2015 12:17 am
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 Posted: Sun Feb 22nd, 2015 12:17 am
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 Posted: Sun Feb 22nd, 2015 12:18 am
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 Posted: Sun Feb 22nd, 2015 08:16 am
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Wow! Looks good lofty well made!
I made my cart from pvc pipe and mountain bike weels
I used it yesterday when we fished legue in j-bay walked
About 4km with it and it was lekka!
It cost me R100 to make as I had all the stuff at hand,
But I think my next one is going to be even better
I like your idea tho!

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 Posted: Sun Feb 22nd, 2015 11:27 am
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willem wikkel spies
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dit lyk nie asof die oos kaap manne los sand het nie?

as julle die rollie behoorlik wil toets, gaan st lucia of cape vidal toe.
as jou trollies n kingie daar van 35kg vier km kan rond sleep en jy is nie dood nie en jou trollies nog in een stuk, dan is hy reg vir ander plekke.

daai vet wiele lyk mooi.

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