T3 Portable Lightweight Sack Truck
Everything you need to know to help you get your new G-Rack Sack Truck assembled and ready for use.
Read this guide thoroughly before starting to assemble your trolley and retain for future reference.
Before you get started, unpack carefully and check all components are present and correct.
Tools - small rubber mallet.
Take care during assembly by following these instructions, and limiting any hazards by using caution.
Be careful during assembly, and when using it, particularly when lifting or stretching - or when using tools.
Make sure you're wearing appropriate clothing - protective gloves, and footwear are recommended.
Dispose of packaging materials responsibly.
Parts You'll Need
PART A Body x 1
PART B Wheels x 2
PART C Spacers x 2
PART D End pins x 2
STEP 1 Remove end pins (Part D) and two washers (Part C), from the axle.
STEP 2 Slide wheels (Part B) on to the axle, on both sides of the body (Part A).
STEP 3 Slide two washers (Part C) on to the axle, next to each wheel (Part B). There should now be two washers, either side of each wheel.
STEP 4 Cap the end of each axle with the end pins, pushing them through the holes at either end of the axle.
Rules for Assembly
Now your truck is built and ready to use, read the below carefully and ensure that all users are aware of the rules for safe use.
Never attempt to pack a load above the recommended weight capacity, or that you cannot handle; get help, or split the load.
Ensure you are in full control of the trolley when in movement at all times. Do not use the truck on the stairs.
If you have to move loads around corridors, then get somebody else to open fire doors for you.
Never intentionally create large loads when a number of small loads is a safer alternative