How to Replace a Tire on a Hand Truck or Dolly
So I found myself in my garage with a dolly with 2 flat tires. I use my dolly to move things around my workshop, but needless to say, 2 flat tires made that a tad bit challenging…ok A LOT challenging. So I searched Amazon for some new tires and found these flat free tires. But then it left me with the question, if they can make flat free tires for a hand truck, why can’t a flat free tire be made for a real truck or car? Ok, a bit off topic, but it does make you wonder.
Ok so here’s how to replace a tire on a hand truck or dolly. This DIY video demonstrates replacing a tire or wheel on a hand truck or dolly using universal fit flat-free tires by Marathon.
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Timisha, Thank you so much for this post! I watched several videos and yours was the best. With your advice we were able to remove those old wheels. Go WD40 and persistence!
Hahaha! Thank you so much! That was I believe my very 1st video. So I really appreciate it.
Thanks very much, very satisfying when that lock ring starts to slowly inch upwards.
Yes it is!
Not bad, lady. Kudos. Li’l tip for next time: if’n you’re tossing the old wheel, a sharp blow to the opposite side will often pop the collar up enough to get the paw in there. Just don’t bend the axle! 🤣
Thank you so much and thank you for the tip!
Thank you so much; it’s quite satisfying when the lock ring gently moves upwards.
yes it is!!