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With so many ways to carry panel goods — tools like the Dolly-Cartin, the Gorilla Gripper, and the Panel Carry — do we need the Troll model 46?  Read on and you can decide.

Manufactured in the USA by Telpro, the model 46 weighs less than 5 pounds, but it handles up to 300 pounds — that’s about one or two sheet goods at a time.  Instead of lugging all that weight, you roll it on the 5″ dual wheels.  If you need to maneuver over obstacles, you can carry the load with the Troll’s built-in handle.  The handle also helps stabilize the sheets when they’re loaded on the Troll.

The shoe cups the sheet goods, keeping them captured.  Since the shoe can handle goods up to 2″ thick, you can also transport things like long tables and doors with the Troll.

You can have your very own Troll for as little as $40.  Telpro makes other Troll models, but model 46 seems to hit that sweet price-to-value ratio better than its siblings.

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4 Responses to Put A Troll To Work For You

  1. David H says:

    I have this. It works great. Once you put the sheet in the Troll’s shoe, you can roll the shee around easily without having to keep your hand on the Troll.

  2. Gary says:

    I’ve got one too. I work alone and it makes moving 90+ lb MDF sheets a lot easier.

  3. Brau says:

    Great! I think I’ll make one. Don’t know why it needs two wheels though.

  4. Zathrus says:

    @Brau: So that when you’re not holding it, it doesn’t tilt to one side or the other and damage the goods.

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