American Cart Hand Truck with Fold Down Panel
All of Granite Industries’ Hand Trucks feature a loop handle for easy steering with one or two hands. Constructed with heavy-duty steel, this model features a fold down panel to accommodate larger loads
The sturdy hand truck holds 500 lbs. of school or office furniture and supplies.Both 10″ tires are made with closed cell foam, so they’ll never go flat. Granite Industries’ Hand Truck with Fold Down Panel is made in the U.S.A. and backed by a 3-year limited warranty.
Hand Truck Features
- Fold Down Panel – Handle small and oversized loads with this hand truck
- Extended length panel – 17″ W x 26″ D panel ensures plenty of loading space.
- Wheel Guards – Protects the wheels from the load
- Versatile – This cart works for many different applications, from moving plants, to crates to office equipment, this cart allows for more work to get done, quicker.
- No assembly required
Standard American Cart Features
- Made in the USA – Hand crafted at our Ohio plant.
- Heavy-duty comes standard – American Carts are all built to heavy duty specs
- Flat-free tires – 10 inch closed-cell tires that will never go flat.
- 3/4″ Axle – Industry leading axle diameter for maximum strength.
- Three Year Limited Warranty – Industry leading warranty
- Powder coated finish – Protects the steel and provides a lasting finish
- Steel construction – Built from American sourced steel
- Easy to operate – Designed to get work done with less muscle strain and simple operation.
- Innovative design – Developed from customer inputs and suggestions
- Ready to ship – in stock and ready to ship
- Ergonomic handles – Angled handles allow for a more natural hand position when moving the cart. This reduces strain and stress on joints.
American Cart and Rack
American Cart and Rack is part of the Granite Industries family. All carts are manufactured by Granite Industries in Archbold, Ohio.
The Granite Online Store is the official online store for all American Cart and Rack products.
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