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    Been looking into a barrow lately as my trusty trolley is wearing away..

    What would you guys recommend?

    Ive looked at the Preston Shuttles, the 2 wheeled one for £80.

    And ive also looked at the 'Theseus Barrow' for £50 off Amazon.

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    All reviews on it are 10/10.. And all say its strong.. But would you fit your box on there? ;o

    Any one recommend?!

  • #2
    is the theasus barrow aimed at the carp lads? looks a big un.
    saying that i use the two wheel shuttle and get pleny on it, couldnt manage with out it now
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    • #3
      Dont mess about with others when everyone recommends the Preston. I cant fault mine, couldnt live without it. Well worth the moneys
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      • #4
        Thanks for the responses.

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        • #5
          get a 4 wheeled one no lifting just push it

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          • #6
            Extra 2 wheels for 40 quid?!

            Id rarther lift haha

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            • #7
              If your fishing places with mega long walks then get the 4 wheel one, no probs with the 2 wheels as I dont have to walk very far apart from Barston
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              • #8
                Get the Penrose, its a million times better than the Preston, doesn't have issues with uneven ground, can be adjusted to almost neutral balance and of course doubles up to a platform as well
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                • #9
                  i have a preston shuttle but the penrose and rigger platform trolly are worth a look and double as a very stable platform.
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                  • #10
                    It's the Preston Shuttle for me!!

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                    • #11
                      certainly NOT everyone FOX TRAKTA for me here, i wouldnt get my stuff on a preston for sure ...... if u can get out and have a wheel around the shop perhaps that will give u a better idea.if u do, get someone to sit on it while ur doing it .At least ull get a feel of the balance.Personally i found alot of the barrows to be to low for me and also quit short[length] which didnt make for easy pushing or a nice balance...The one u put a pic up of looks like the wheel is very small ,could be wrong,which wont be easy pushing unless the terrain is quit flat!
                      Again depending on the terrain i would stay well clear of two and 4 wheeled barrows they are limited in what they can do and where they can go with ease..

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                      • #12
                        http://www.rct-rigger.co.uk/..............nuff said
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