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Toilet cassette trolley

Post by minky58 on Mon Apr 01, 2013 5:33 pm

Anyone recommend a decent truck/trolley for carrying the toilet cassette? I have seen some cheap ones but am concerned if the wheels will stand up to the job.
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Re: Toilet cassette trolley

Post by boxerman on Mon Apr 01, 2013 5:45 pm

I use a Shakespeare fishing trolley, it doesn't fold up very small, but you can take the wheels off to make it a bit more pack awayable.
Nice and strong, stable, big inflatable tyres so it will go easily on grass, chippings etc.
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It's primary purpose of course is to save my back by carrying my fishing tackle, but it is ideal for use in the van too! up!

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Re: Toilet cassette trolley

Post by Peter Brown on Mon Apr 01, 2013 7:13 pm

I use a plastic foldable trolley that can take a 10 litre water container as well as the cassette (that will fall off most open trolleys). The wheels are ok for grass but not mud or gravel. It's also useful for cans of beer, etc.

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Re: Toilet cassette trolley

Post by Dutto on Mon Apr 01, 2013 11:40 pm

Hi there,

The best way by far to move a toilet cassette to a Chemical Toilet emptying point is by using a motorhome! hugegrins

If it's not possible to move "Petal" close to the emptying point then I get my better half to help carry it. wave

I suppose that there are instances where disability or infirmity may make the use of a trolley necessary but I honestly believe that most trolley users are ex-tuggers that haven't yet realised that they can drive their toilet over to the emptying point. think_smiley_46

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