Foam Boss transport trolley

Trev L

Member
My club has recently converted to foam bosses, which are great. However getting the bosses out onto the field from the hut is a bit arduous, so was wondering if anyone can point me in the direction of any trolley designs which may be suitable?
 


dvd8n

Supporter
Supporter
We wheel ours out one at a time on a sack barrow. There's lots about at lots of different price points.
 


Corax67

Active member
We haul a mix of circular straw bosses, their three-legged stands and a couple of wooden framed foam bosses out onto our field every week plus a host of ancillaries (metal detector, shooting line, etc).


We have a heavy duty turntable trolley for this purpose similar to this:

Heavy Duty Turntable Truck TSK100SC

and it does the job really well - a 2 person job in the winter on a muddy field but much easier when it hardens up underfoot.




Karl
 


ben tarrow

Active member
We haul a mix of circular straw bosses, their three-legged stands and a couple of wooden framed foam bosses out onto our field every week plus a host of ancillaries (metal detector, shooting line, etc).


We have a heavy duty turntable trolley for this purpose similar to this:

Heavy Duty Turntable Truck TSK100SC

and it does the job really well - a 2 person job in the winter on a muddy field but much easier when it hardens up underfoot.




Karl
+1 for this type of truck.
Recommend solid tyres rather than pneumatic. We changed our tyres to solid after the 4th puncture in as many weeks.
We've had our first one for nearly 20 years and bought a second one for our second venue without a moments hesitation
 


geoffretired

Supporter
Supporter
A club near me has their foam bosses semi permanently fixed to a four legged stand which had two wheels fitted near the ends of the front ( or rear) legs and they move each boss like a wheel barrow.
 


Corax67

Active member
Thankfully ours does not suffer punctures as we are using a sports pitch that is really well manicured & maintained but it is best to keep the tyre pressures up as this makes an enormous difference to ease of pushing.

I bring my mountain bike stirrup pump along every other month or so to keep them topped up.




Karl
 


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