Thread: Wanted: Camera Cart - Mid-West USA

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    I am interested too, j_walk83. Thanks!
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    I have an Inovativ Echo 48" for sale
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    Sorry about the picture quality, but you get the idea. It may not be as pretty as the inovation carts but does the job and fits in the back of my tahoe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by j_walk83 View Post
    Sorry about the picture quality, but you get the idea. It may not be as pretty as the inovation carts but does the job and fits in the back of my tahoe.
    That... that is actually pretty awesome. Have you tested its max weight?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doménico Travano View Post
    That... that is actually pretty awesome. Have you tested its max weight?
    Thanks
    Ive loaded everything as pictured along with, another pelican 1560 that holds 2 650's and 300 fresnel lights, tripod bag, a bag that holds 4 light stands, Ive ran 2 c-stands along the cross support rails, and about 80-100 pounds of sandbags, and a toolbag that probably weighs 50 pounds.


    I bought the case used for about 150.00 with shipping. Not the cheapest solution, but like OP I wanted pneumatic tires and all those compact carts on the market use small hard plastic casters.
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    Very nice! Would a video on how it assembles and disassembles be to much to ask?
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    Quote Originally Posted by j_walk83 View Post
    I think they have max combined weight of 1000 pounds. The cheap made in china ones off ebay wont cut it.
    I am actually impressed. Have you thought about selling them? As a travel cart you can compete against some of the bigger guys (just gotta think about a foot break).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doménico Travano View Post
    I am actually impressed. Have you thought about selling them? As a travel cart you can compete against some of the bigger guys (just gotta think about a foot break).
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    I thought about it, but I would hate to see how much shipping would cost. Its quite heavy. I should have bought the casters with the foot brake, I just put a sandbag in front of a wheel if im on un-level terrain.
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    I'll try and get around to it this weekend. I was originally going to do that, just didnt want to set up lights.


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    j-walk83,

    That is some mighty fine work. I'm impressed.
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