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Thread: Keg hand truck

  1. #1
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    Talking Keg hand truck

    Can anyone suggest a good hand truck for delivering kegs or is it just the normal run of the mill type that are used? A vendor would be great to.

    Thanks.
    beerfan@comcast.net

  2. #2
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    Here's one ... probably no good for you, but it might help someone else!

    http://www.kegmobil.com.au/index.htm

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    Magliner makes a unit with a keg hook. Not the cheapest, but they hold up well.

    A nice option is the semi-solid wheel...it won't leak (handy around broken glass).

    MoreBeer

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    You'll want one with a curved back, so that the kegs nestle into it and don't try to roll out to either side.


    A quick search found:

    http://www.handtruckstore.com/BPKegTruck.htm

    http://www.handtruckstore.com/Morse365.htm

    http://www.handtruckstore.com/BPCurvedBack.htm

    http://www.handtruckstore.com/5010S.htm

    http://www.handtruckstore.com/WescoC...nDrumTruck.htm

    http://www.llking.com/ehtk.html

    Note: I have no connection to either vendor! Just passing on info.

    Cheers, Tim

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    thumbs up on the magliner with the keg hook, I love mine.

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    Grainger sells a pretty indestuctible one, all welded aluminum, but without a keg hook, which is nice to have.

  7. #7
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    Foxx Equipment sells a good hand truck that is fairly cheap, rugged, but a bit on the heavy side (it is made of steel). It also has a hook for kegs and a curved back. It is actually advertised as a drum hand truck, and it will pick-up and carry a full 55 gallon drum. If you don't mind the extra weight this hand truck is my recommendation.
    Ron Downer

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