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Old 09-29-2003, 04:42 PM
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Griot's wheeled folding pop-up cart

Anyone buy one of the Griot's wheeled folding pop-up carts (or just one of their folding pop-up crates)? How sturdy are these things and how flat can you fold them (in particular the wheeled version)?
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I bought look-alike Italian crates at Target for six bucks.
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With wheels?
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Anyone buy one of the Griot's wheeled folding pop-up carts (or just one of their folding pop-up crates)? How sturdy are these things and how flat can you fold them (in particular the wheeled version)?
I used to have one, til it broke! Let's just say it doesn't have a high 'tongue weight' rating. Good for bulky stuff, but not heavy items at all.
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Check your local boating supply places. Boaters have been using these things for YEARS. Normaly blue, instead or Griot's red. But a whole lot cheaper.

West Marine or BOAT US would be a good place to look.
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Like Kaz, I purchased the regular folding crate from Target. So far, no complaints. I keep it in the trunk all the time.
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Like Kaz, I purchased the regular folding crate from Target. So far, no complaints. I keep it in the trunk all the time.
Same here, my wife uses them in the wagon for groceries and stuff.
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Check your local boating supply places. Boaters have been using these things for YEARS. Normaly blue, instead or Griot's red. But a whole lot cheaper.

West Marine or BOAT US would be a good place to look.
Good info! I'll have to check the local boating supply outfits this weekend.
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