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  • National Public Seating

    Dolly for Folding Chairs

  • Dolly for Folding Chairs (Holds up to 35 Chairs) is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
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  • Your Price: $135.99 - $169.99

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  • Safely store and move folding chairs with the National Public Seating Dolly for Folding Chairs. Simply hang chairs on the sturdy steel dolly - no more reaching or straining to stack chairs above your head. Three handles, one at each end and one in the middle, make it easy to move the dolly...

    Safely store and move folding chairs with the National Public Seating Dolly for Folding Chairs. Simply hang chairs on the sturdy steel dolly - no more reaching or straining to stack chairs above your head. Three handles, one at each end and one in the middle, make it easy to move the dolly around corners. For use with National Public Seating folding chairs.

    Need help finding the right dolly for your chairs? Give our friendly sales consultants a call at 1-866-702-8473 and they will be happy to help.

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from It needs some changes for safety but otherwise OK In the past five years our church has bought seven of these. They're pretty strong and will fit up to 32 steel chairs. With the dolly only 6 feet in length it makes it easy to handle but fully loaded it's heavy. Two problems thought that are fixable that you need to do. The angle iron rail that the chair legs sit on when in storage are plain power coated steel. This allows for a very smooth finish that the legs sit on and if there are not enough chairs between the uprights the chairs will slide down and maybe fall off the dolly. The fix is to buy 3M safety walk or Anti-Slip Tape. Stick it on the rails and it works fine. Second problem is the handle and the two uprights. They only fit in a hole and are not anchored in anyway. If anyone attempts to lift the dolly just slightly to get over the door threshold or something similar, the handle will pull out and up to 16 chairs will come crashing down on that person. Right across the legs and knees and it hurts. The fix is I drill a hole through the fitting and the handle and screwed in a self tapping #14 screw. The steel is quite tough and you will go through a few drill bits. I recently bought a light duty welder, grounded off the power coat and welded them. Safer and stronger. I would buy them again since they are made very strong. Some other dollies are stamped steel and will not hold up to the weight plus the weight of kids wanting to take a ride on it.
Date published: 2015-03-08
  • 2015-05-14T09:46CST
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