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I just hit some stairs with the original trolley, and the solder joints gave away and ripped part of the metal too ^^

Anyone have a suggestion for a good, solid, and non flimsy trolley ?

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On 2017/10/10 at 4:34 PM, Robert Hoffmann said:

I just hit some stairs with the original trolley, and the solder joints gave away and ripped part of the metal too ^^

Anyone have a suggestion for a good, solid, and non flimsy trolley ?

Hey guys something change for the trolley handle maybe next model.But how about this diy trolley handle.8103c2198618367ab220789927738bd4b21ce59f.thumb.jpg.f7d2cb5865b5cc1dccf41f05e11c0b44.jpg

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On 2017-10-10 at 10:34 AM, Robert Hoffmann said:

I just hit some stairs with the original trolley, and the solder joints gave away and ripped part of the metal too ^^

Anyone have a suggestion for a good, solid, and non flimsy trolley ?

https://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Rockwheel-GT16-black-trolley/1748730_32814783880.html?spm=2114.12010612.0.0.1b23e5a6NIiFiG

This is my second one, the first was another type and fell apart like yours. For a while I fixed it with component glue and cable ties, but then i bent the whole thing in an accident and bought this. So far I'm pretty happy with it.

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1 hour ago, Scatcat said:

https://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Rockwheel-GT16-black-trolley/1748730_32814783880.html?spm=2114.12010612.0.0.1b23e5a6NIiFiG

This is my second one, the first was another type and fell apart like yours. For a while I fixed it with component glue and cable ties, but then i bent the whole thing in an accident and bought this. So far I'm pretty happy with it.

I have the same one. It feels solid. The only problem is that mine doesn't "lock" very well when extended, so pushing the wheel without the motor on doesn't work very well (it would have been great if it had a button lock mechanism). It's also a bit on the short side (I'm 180cm).

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12 minutes ago, Tomek said:

I have the same one. It feels solid. The only problem is that mine doesn't "lock" very well when extended, so pushing the wheel without the motor on doesn't work very well (it would have been great if it had a button lock mechanism). It's also a bit on the short side (I'm 180cm).

I am 183cm and yes, it could well be 10cm higher... AFAIK there is no true locking trolley to be had for the GT16, and ridiculously enough the locking "bolts" are on the wrong side, which means they are apt to unlock as you push forward...

It doesn't feel like that big of a problem, as long as I remember that the trolley is not a hand-rest. :) 

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