A Road Runner To Push Your Gear Around

December 19, 2008 by Mobile Beat

The smallest, heavy-duty, collapsible cart on the market today has been completely re-engineered from the ground up and is now available from Grundorf. Measuring only 9.63″ x 16.5″ x 23″ collapsed, the Road-Runner, light- weight cart weighs in at just over 19 pounds. The frame has been redesigned to provide additional strength for heavier loads.

The Road-Runner cart now has a black, shock-absorbing, padded, comfort grip on the handle. Additionally, the handle collapsing mechanism has been improved to provide an extremely smooth operation. The platform lock has added a spring and a slotted lock keeper to keep the platform locked securely in place.

The wider, 4″ soft-rubber casters have been retooled. The design includes a large hub and sealed ball bearings for long life. The unique wheel brake design stops both rotation and swivel at the same time. The improved brake design can now be locked and unlocked with the touch of a toe.

About Grundorf Corporation: Headquartered in Council Bluffs, Iowa, Grundorf Corporation is an internationally recognized producer of customized, high-durability touring/mobile cases, racks and accessories. Grund Audio Design, a division of Grundorf Corporation, has been producing and wholesaling engineered speaker cabinet products since 1984. Customers include touring sound companies, music stores and fixed installations including churches and theaters as well as a turnkey OEM producer for significant audio manufacturers.

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