I added all the “extras”
Well made but desperately needs a cross support towards the top/handles for stability.
Gets the job done but hard as heck to lift even with the extended bars. This isn’t the deck dolly’s issue just a fact. I’m 44 and have to adjust my grip 3x before I get into a position to muscle it up. Once stood up it seems sturdy. Gettting it vertical is the challenge. Again would like to see more stability with an added cross support for safety.
Instructions will have you laughing, crying or both. Took me 2 hours to assemble. I almost want to submit edits so other people don’t have to feel the pain. I think the person that designed and fabricated The deck dolly also creates the instruction manual. It would be obvious to him/her how it goes together. That is my only guess why a picture would be basically all you have for reference/instruction
I can access the deck and perform maintenance which is the reason I purchased the deck dolly in the 1st place. The deck dolly does what it was designed to do.
Dolly is very well made. I am not strong enough to lift my heavy drive over deck all the way up. No fault of the dolly though. Instructions and photos for putting it together could have been a lot better.