The Wacky World of Custom Toeplates and Shoes! #2009
At Custom Trolleys just when we think we’ve built it all we get another weird and wonderful handling issue to solve. Quite often your unique handling problems can be solved with somewhat simple modifications to our standard designs. A common modification is in the toeplate/shoe. Want to brush up on your trolley terminology? Probably not, but here goes anyway:
Shoe: the open, rounded flat bar style that on a traditional hand truck kinda looks like a horseshoe. Is that where they got the name from? Probably!
Toeplate: the enclosed, sheetmetal type that you can’t see though.
The trolleys in the pictures above were all modifications of standard trolleys in our range. They were for: a small unsealed drum, track and field pegs, garden bags, and shot-puts. Can you figure out which trolley belongs to which application?