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Metal work trolley

Accessories Review Metal work trolley

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I've been looking for a trolley that I can have beside me when working on the Land Rover. It's a huge drag dragging the big roller cabinet out of the workshop and if I only need to do something simple then I don't need all of the tools out. Also, putting a bench up just means more time spent faffing about and I find balancing tools on the top of the Land Rover's wings a pain because at some point they fall off (usually into the engine bay).

So my Christmas present from herself was one of these three tier metal trolleys, with a drawer too.
It was an Amazon purchase and it is supplied by a German company 'Airaj Tools' and cost £65.00

It comes well packed and all the steel parts are coated in what looks like a PVC paint. The instruction aren't great but it's not that complicated to figure out.

You start at the bottom and work up..

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Until you have all the trays bolted in. The drawer slides into runners that clip into the sides of the trolley

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The trolley comes with dividers that can be used in the trays or in the drawer and the drawer has a clip shut feature that stops it rolling out on it's own. At the ends of the trolley are two peg boards the you can fit the supplied hooks to, handy for hanging thing out of the way and there is a bracket at the top that has a variety of holes in for screwdrivers and the like.

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The only problem I ran into was the rotating casters, they got jammed on the protruding end of their fixing bolts, but this was quickly rectified by packing the bolts with a couple of washer to raise the bolts up.

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All in all, a solid little trolley to keep your bits and pieces on rather that using the floor and not having to keep running back to the workshop to get another tool cos you can select the tools you need before you wheel them out in the trolley.
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