MultiCart RocknRoller R18RT Ground Glider

MultiCart RocknRoller R18RT Ground Glider

MultiCart RocknRoller R18RT Ground Glider

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Product Highlights

  • Load Capacity: 700 lb
  • Frame Size: Adjustable from 42-60"
  • Eight Configurations
  • No-Flat Wheels with Brakes
  • Powder-Coated Finish
  • Non-Skip Frame Bed
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The MultiCart RocknRoller R18RT Ground Glider is a versatile cart that holds up to 700 lb and converts into eight different configurations. The cart has two wide R-Trac 8 x 3" front swivel casters with brakes, and two rear 10 x 3" wheels that can roll heavy loads over soft or hard terrain. The R18RT is ideal for transporting a variety of equipment over a variety of surfaces.

Lightweight polymer hubs
Low rolling resistance
Foldable handles
Textured powder coat finish
Non-skid frame bed surface resists load slippage
UPC: 672485347231
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MultiCart RocknRoller R18RT Ground Glider
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty for Frame
  • Limited 60-Day Warranty for Wheels
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    MultiCart R18RT specs

    Load Capacity 700 lb / 317.5 kg
    Platform Surface 42 to 60" / 106.7 to 152.4 cm
    Platform Side Height 32" / 81.3 cm
    Wheel Size 10 x 3" / 25.4 x 7.6 cm (Rear)
    8 x 3" / 20 x 7.6 cm (Front)
    Wheel Type Foam
    Material of Construction Polypropylene, Polyurethane, Steel
    Axle Diameter 0.75" / 19 mm
    Tube Gauge 16
    Tube Size 1" / 2.5 cm (Round)
    1.25" / 3.2 cm (Square)
    Weight 38 lb / 17.2 kg
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    Package Weight 46.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 45.0 x 22.0 x 9.5"

    MultiCart R18RT reviews

    RocknRoller R18RT Ground Glider is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 16.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Un caballito de batalla Es un fuerte carro para transportar equipamiento, sin duda me facilitar las tareas de produccin a las que me dedico. Solo veo algunos problemas de diseo que son importantes sealar. Por ejemplo, tanto la tubera de soporte anterior y posterior, al bajarlas para convertir el carro en una plataforma, quedan muy mal acopladas, haciendo que la superficie de carga sea un rea inestable. Tambin el sistema de guaya con el que se levantan estas piezas se ve poco duradero. Finalmente algunos detalles de acabado podran ser mejorados como las etiquetas con la marca, que llegaron desprendidas, la pintura un poco maltratada.
    Date published: 2015-12-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far SOO much easier... spent too many years wearing multiple back/shoulder packs, dragging a travel golf bag with stands and all sorts of other things into shoots, dropping stuff and generally making it harder on myself. Now I just unfold and stack a box of sand bags, lights, stands camera bag etc. strap them down to the cart, and wheel that baby into the shoot. Easy. Also use it as a base for computer and other gear and bags to keep client areas clean and compact. I overbought as far as getting the 18 as I'll likely never approach 700 lbs but rather get the bigger, stronger and most future proofed version for just a few bucks more then the smaller. Happy so far, we'll see about it's longevity.
    Date published: 2016-12-29
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not in love Used this cart for 6 months - a replacement for the R14RT(discontinued). Both of these carts claim 700lbs capacity and their frames can handle the 700lbs, however, the wheels can not. My earlier cart, the R14RT, had multiple wheel replacements. After the frame started to fail I decided to replace it with the R18RT, the same frame but with big wheels. My thought was the larger wheels would help make for easier rolling. Nope. The big wheels appear to be breaking down just as fast as the lighter weight wheels on the R14RT.
    Date published: 2016-09-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bigger and better I've had the next smaller model with the small solid front wheels for several years.� I've been amazed at how easy it is to get all my camera and lighting gear in and out of locations.� The R18RT is just slightly longer and wider, and the large front castors make it easier to roll on grass, gravel or thick carpet.� They are quiet on brick or tile floors.� And the cart holds even more weight without straining.� �Folded up, it still fits in my van.� Great all around.
    Date published: 2018-03-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid performer I found the cart to be easy to assemble and use. I'm a professional commercial photographer who brings a lot of gear on location. 6 Hard cases and 2 long bags with stands to most assignments. I've used garden carts before and have broken two, but this cart is easier to use and feels stronger.
    Date published: 2016-09-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from The best RocknRoller Tried the other RocknRollers but they did not hold up for serious equipment transport. The R18RT is rugged and built to hold the load and the tires are durable. If they could make the wheels pneumatic with shock absorption that would be the final improvement.
    Date published: 2015-11-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Made my day go better Got to use this cart this last weekend on a shoot. If you have to haul gear in and only want to make one trip this is the item to have. Took it out load my cases on it and wheeled into the event. Set my gear up and after the shoot wheeled it back out. Save me from having to make 8 to 10 trips carrying my gear 100 yards.
    Date published: 2015-09-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Like a Ramones song, simple but it rocks Does your back hurt? I know where you're coming from. My back was killing me. I did not feel like a photographer. I felt like a moving man who took photos on occasion. I set out to find a cart that would cure what ailed me. The candidates: Magliner, Innovative, Film Tools, and RockNRoller. The Magliner was going to be about $1500 delivered with shelves, same goes with the Film Tools. The Innovative is the most beautiful cart in the history of wheeled devices but it was going to be $3500 or so. So that was out of the question. I approached the RocknRoller with a mix of caution and apprehension. It was only $300. How good could it be? Very good. It gets the job done, folds down, and it has saved my back. I've used it to shoot a couple of jobs and it has paid for itself. The way I see it, I could pay an assistant to break my equipment or I could get a cart and postpone that unfortunate decision. The cart is useful, easy to assemble, and does what it says it will. The handles are a bit flimsy and you should definitely grease the casters. After that you are good to go. I looked into the shelf you can buy from RocknRoller and people flame it to high heaven. I built my own from scrap for $6 and am very happy with it. To hold up the shelf, I bought smooth, non-threaded rod at the hardware store. This makes the cart fold almost flat and is easy to build. If you have access to a welder, there are some sweet mods you can make that will be beefier. Do a google search on RocknRoller modifications and you will see there are plenty. If you make a shelf you cannot fit the Grip Bag that lots of people rave about, so there is that. But you can shoot tethered with your mac on the shelf and that is pretty sweet. Note: if you use the pre-drilled holes in the RocknRoller for the rods that hold the shelf, the shelf is about .5 higher at one end than the other. You can't tell.
    Date published: 2017-03-09
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