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art hanging options

Started this discussion. Last reply by Larry Sohn Oct 23. 2 Replies

Anyone have a solution for hanging heavy pieces. I am looking at the cable hangers sold by Propanels. Anyone use something else? Some of my photographs are on acrylic and large size so the drapery…Continue

Hauling cart recommendations

Started this discussion. Last reply by Larry Sohn Oct 27. 28 Replies

HI everyone,I am looking to get a hauling cart for moving tent and propanels to show sites. Propanels sells one, of course for a large price. I have found a similar one at Walmart but am wondering if…Continue

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Larry Sohn replied to John Henebry's discussion Hauling cart recommendations
"I just saw the terrible spelling errors in my post...ugh! I hate typing on the cell phone. Either I have fat fingers and no coordination on the cell phone or... I need to go back to elementary school  ;-)"
Oct 27
Larry Sohn replied to John Henebry's discussion Hauling cart recommendations
"Mine (R16) has the wide tires. No ar, the wont go flat. I think it is about the top of the line for the type I would use. I do find it rolls a little more resistance when on a flat, concrete surface, compared with the magliner. However on dirt, mud…"
Oct 26
Patricia Zabreski Venaleck replied to John Henebry's discussion Hauling cart recommendations
"Like the Rock n Roller.  Folds flat and stretches out.  I can push it filled with pro panels and heavy boxes myself.  But get the top of the line the lower end ones have tires that you have to keep filling with air.  The top of…"
Oct 26
Barry Bernstein replied to John Henebry's discussion Hauling cart recommendations
"I have the 3 in 1 heavy duty hand cart made by Cosco. It is a great cart. It is around $160 at Lowes and Amazon. However, you can order it from Costco for $99 and sometimes it goes on sale for $79. I resisted buying a cart for years before I broke…"
Oct 26
Larry Sohn replied to John Henebry's discussion Hauling cart recommendations
"Here is a link to the Rock N Roller I have. https://rocknrollercart.com/products/rocknroller-multi-cart-r16rt-ground-glider Notice all the various conversions it will switch to. It is rated at 600 lbs."
Oct 26
Connie Mettler replied to John Henebry's discussion Hauling cart recommendations
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Oct 26
Paul Flack replied to John Henebry's discussion Hauling cart recommendations
"Go w/the ProPanel unit, it was made for what you want it to do."
Oct 26
Susan J. Cole replied to John Henebry's discussion Hauling cart recommendations
"I just love the Rock N Roller. At one show, one of my neighbors accidentally ran into mine and bent one of the sides. I was able to order a replacement through the website and it came in time for my next show (7 days). I have the Mag Size - big…"
Oct 26
Brian Boothe replied to John Henebry's discussion Hauling cart recommendations
"I found the exact same cart for less here  https://www.walmart.com/ip/Snap-Loc-Moving-Dolly-Panel-Cart-1500-lbs-Capacity/465542903 I'm going to build my own just like the one here and pro panel sells.  I'll post picks when I get…"
Oct 26
Larry Sohn replied to John Henebry's discussion Hauling cart recommendations
"I didn't know they had wheel lock options for the Mag. I thought I was going to have to come up with something myself. I'll look into it. For the Rock-N-Roller, I'm thinking of converting the wheels to a clevis or other pin mount.…"
Oct 23
Larry Berman replied to John Henebry's discussion Hauling cart recommendations
"When I had no flat tires put on my Magliner, I also had wheel locks added. So depending on where you purchase it there are a number of options. I had/have two RocknRollers. I have the smallest one which is very convenient for moving heavy things…"
Oct 23
Larry Sohn replied to John Henebry's discussion art hanging options
"I use the Flourish mesh with the supplied S hooks inside. Inside they are very strong, with no weight concerns. Outside I use the Drapery hooks. The strength is fine, not quite as good as inside, but fine for 12 square foot Acrylics. The only…"
Oct 23
Larry Sohn replied to John Henebry's discussion Hauling cart recommendations
"I have both the Rock=N-Roller and the Magliner. My pros and cons: Pros: Magliner: seems like it is heavier duty and will hold more weight -SEEMS being the operative word. It rolls very easy. Convertable from hand truck to cart. Rides a little higher…"
Oct 23
Joe Ignaczak replied to John Henebry's discussion Hauling cart recommendations
"Check out the price at Guitar Center first, I got mine there years ago and I just checked, they have the best price. Just Google it, many places to purchase. I made my own 'base' or 'platform' if you will, out of plywood similar…"
Oct 23
Larry Berman replied to John Henebry's discussion art hanging options
"Never use drapery hooks. Besides the cable hangers, look at strap hangers from Flourish. They hang from the top bars in the tent and the Pro panels or mesh walls act as a backdrop. Larry Berman"
Oct 22
Fletcher Dean replied to John Henebry's discussion Hauling cart recommendations
"John, How do you intend to haul this? The reason I ask is: if you have a trailer, you could do what I did and build one custom for very little $$ that you can roll onto the trailer and leave it until next time. I hate to touch my materials any more…"
Oct 22

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first one
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2017 Rancho Mirage Art Affaire
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At 10:44am on October 4, 2017, Christina L. Towell said…

Hi John,

Welcome to Art Fair Insiders!  We're delighted to make your acquaintance and hope you'll find the site beneficial.  Thanks so much for signing up and best of luck as you move forward.

At 8:56pm on October 4, 2017, Connie Mettler said…

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