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Dana Dolly Portable Aluminum Pipe Kit (6-Pack, 39")

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Dana Dolly Portable Aluminum Pipe Kit (6-Pack, 39")
Key Features
  • Schedule 80 Track for Dana Dolly
  • Durable Aluminum Pipe with Threaded Ends
  • Pipes Are 39" in Length, 1.25" Diameter
  • Carry Bag with Removable Strap Included
Add a durable pipe track to your Dana Dolly system with this Portable Aluminum Pipe Kit. The kit includes six pipe sections that store in a portable carry bag.
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Dana Dolly DDPPK1 Overview

Add a durable pipe track to your Dana Dolly system with this Portable Aluminum Pipe Kit. The kit includes six pipe sections that store in a portable carry bag.

Each schedule 80 pipe is made from durable aluminum, measures 39" in length and 1.25" in diameter, and features threading on each end to interconnect and create a longer track to support your original Dana Dolly. The carry bag features individual sleeves for each track and includes a removable shoulder strap and a carry handle.

Compatibility
Dana Dolly portable dolly system
UPC: 851093003344

Dana Dolly DDPPK1 Specs

Type
Straight
Rail Shape
Round
Overall Length
Not Specified by Manufacturer
Number of Sections
6
Section Length
39" / 99.06 cm
Diameter
1.25" / 3.17 cm
Rail Material
Aluminum
Packaging Info
Package Weight
24.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
46 x 7 x 7"

Dana Dolly DDPPK1 Reviews

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Can I use it with the Proaim Polaris Dolly and ...

Can I use it with the Proaim Polaris Dolly and also are there curves trails for this purpose ?
Asked by: Abel
This set is for the Dana Dolly and would also work with the Proaim Polaris dolly. We are not aware of a curved option.
Answered by: Chris H
Date published: 2021-12-06

How long is each pipe? What is the total maximum ...

How long is each pipe? What is the total maximum length of the assembled track?
Asked by: Terry
This kit comes with six 39" lengths of schedule 80 aluminum pipe. That would give you 117 inches for each side of the dolly track, which is just a bit under 10 feet of length.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2019-03-01

can the universal track ends hold these pipes?

can the universal track ends hold these pipes?
Asked by: Laticia
Yes. Perfectly
Answered by: William
Date published: 2021-01-22

Can you combine two kits to get 18' of track?

Can you combine two kits to get 18' of track?
Asked by: Donald
Yes, you can combine two kits.
Answered by: Nicholas
Date published: 2021-04-14

Does this tubing kit work with the Dana Dolly ...

Does this tubing kit work with the Dana Dolly Universal System? My question is because in the specifications of this kit of tubes it says that it has a diameter of 1.25 "/ 3.17 cm and for the Dana Dolly Universal System to work they recommend tubes of Outside Diameter: 1.5 to 1.9 "(3.8 to 4.8 cm). Can someone explain to me if they have used it and if it is correct what I explain? I would not like to buy it and that it is not tight and loose.
Asked by: bamk
Pipe measurements are based in the nominal inside diameter. Tubing, on the other hand, is based on the outside diameter. Pipe outside diameter varies with the wall thickness (schedule 40 is a thinner wall than schedule 80 pipe). Tubing wall thickness varies the inside diameter. As a common example, 1.5 inch black steel pipe is approximately 1.9 inches outside diameter.
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2023-08-07

diameter of the pipe?

diameter of the pipe?
Asked by: Michael
It's not 1.25", the outside pipe diameter is actually 1.60"
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2020-07-14

question

Are the threads etched on to the outside of the pipe or does this come with threaded connectors?
Asked by: Christian
the pipes have a thread cut inside, then they machined nipples with 2 male threads on them to join the tubes. you keep the nipple mounted on one side, and there is a protective rubber cap for when not in use.they are awesome for when you need to be moving around location, rather than dragging long pipe around.the threads are a little fine, be careful getting them started so you don't strip them.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-10-24

question

How many lengths can be used with out a middle support?
Asked by: Christian
I wouldn't do more then two.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2023-12-05
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