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#687060 - Thu May 18 2017 07:01 PM My New Pump Mover!
tbuckles Offline
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Registered: Wed Sep 10 2003
Loc: Carthage, IN USA
Well...I went did it, I bought the ultimate pump mover and I could not be happier! Actually I'm happier buying this than the last Wayne 60 I bought. The fact that old age is catching up with me and the fact that I didn't pick a light weight hobby drove me to the realization that I can't keep doing it the same old way.

This is a 36-volt electric powered hand truck made by Haulz-All, rated to haul 1000 lbs. It's unbelievable how it handles the pumps on rough terrain, notice the dual drive wheels. It handles any electric pump with no problem, the Tokheim 36b is loaded with the guts, no problem. When it comes to visibles....well I need to get out of the visible business...lol, it will move them but it takes an extra person to help. The only solution would be to add ballast at the base.

I had it at the Evansville and Michigan Gas shows last week, I had a crowd watching when I moved a pump. Oh, and when you give it full throttle it's a little hard to keep up with so watch out for me at CTO and Iowa Gas....LOL. Only drawback is that it's not for the causal pump mover but it's worth every penny for as many as I move.

Tom.





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Edited by tbuckles (Thu May 18 2017 07:05 PM)
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#687067 - Thu May 18 2017 08:05 PM Re: My New Pump Mover! [Re: tbuckles]
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Registered: Sat May 26 2012
Loc: Hays, Kansas
Wow Tom now that is awesome!!
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#687069 - Thu May 18 2017 08:12 PM Re: My New Pump Mover! [Re: tbuckles]
Hardy's Garage Offline
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Registered: Thu Dec 30 2004
Loc: Victor, NY, 14564
Very nice and something I'm sure you wish you had many years ago. As you said this hobby requires a lot of lifting and the older you get the smarter you have to work.

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#687071 - Thu May 18 2017 08:25 PM Re: My New Pump Mover! [Re: tbuckles]
Cold Pizza Online   content
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Registered: Tue May 17 2005
Loc: Illinois
I was actually looking into buying one of those with the dual rear wheels recently.But like you said,it's not for the casual pump mover,i.e. me.
I was quoted $4700 HERE
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#687075 - Thu May 18 2017 08:39 PM Re: My New Pump Mover! [Re: tbuckles]
Oldgas Offline
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Registered: Tue Jul 25 2000
Loc: South of St. Louis, MO USA
Looks like a great investment considering all that you do, Tom.
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#687077 - Thu May 18 2017 09:06 PM Re: My New Pump Mover! [Re: Oldgas]
LOWright Offline
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Registered: Fri Feb 19 2010
Loc: Louisville, Kentucky
Nice one Tom! Back Saver........
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#687079 - Thu May 18 2017 09:57 PM Re: My New Pump Mover! [Re: tbuckles]
DWSheffer Online   content
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Registered: Thu Sep 20 2007
Loc: Hillsdale, Michigan
It was cool watching it at Michigan Gas....looked like it works great!
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#687080 - Thu May 18 2017 10:44 PM Re: My New Pump Mover! [Re: tbuckles]
Speedracer Online   content
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Registered: Sat Feb 08 2014
Loc: Michigan, USA (near Chesterfie...
My knees and back feel relief just looking at that thing.
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#687111 - Fri May 19 2017 07:36 PM Re: My New Pump Mover! [Re: tbuckles]
pickurt Offline
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Registered: Sun Mar 10 2013
Loc: Northern California
Wow that's pretty slick.looks well put together.


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#687125 - Sat May 20 2017 05:05 AM Re: My New Pump Mover! [Re: tbuckles]
Old Racer Offline
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Registered: Tue Mar 14 2006
Loc: Pickett, WI USA
It will be worth it in the long run Tom.
Mine is similar but no motor.
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#687247 - Sun May 21 2017 10:17 PM Re: My New Pump Mover! [Re: tbuckles]
tbuckles Offline
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Registered: Wed Sep 10 2003
Loc: Carthage, IN USA
It's a job I've been putting off but now I've been moving pumps around to organize the junk yard and no more sore back, best money I've ever spent!

Tom.
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#687252 - Sun May 21 2017 10:38 PM Re: My New Pump Mover! [Re: tbuckles]
MATT ALVAREZ Offline
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Registered: Sat Sep 23 2006
Loc: Cameron Park,Ca.
That thing is awesome. I would like to get one. Not cheap but less than being out of work for a month because of a pump accident. I would have to leave the dual wheel option off because it would be too wide to go through my side gate.
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#687270 - Mon May 22 2017 10:05 AM Re: My New Pump Mover! [Re: MATT ALVAREZ]
Ed Steagall Offline
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Registered: Sun Jan 07 2007
Loc: Tucson, Az. USA
wink You're right Matt. If memory serves me right, I think Tom had an accident with a pump that put him out of work for a while. His buying the cart now exemplifies " locking the gate after the horse is out!" LOL, I had to say it Tom. crazy Ed.

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#687319 - Tue May 23 2017 04:01 AM Re: My New Pump Mover! [Re: tbuckles]
tbuckles Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Wed Sep 10 2003
Loc: Carthage, IN USA
OMG!...that is funny Ed...LMAO! Your right that Tokheim 850 put me in a cast for 2 months.

Tom.
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#687332 - Tue May 23 2017 11:09 AM Re: My New Pump Mover! [Re: tbuckles]
Mike M. Online   content
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Registered: Tue Jan 31 2012
Loc: Western, WI.
Awesome Tom and OMG Ed, I'm still laughing!!
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