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Trolly Dolly SF150

$789.00

The Trolly Dolly SF150 is a heavy duty tripod dolly that supports tripods with spiked feet. It supports  Sachtler and O’Connor 100mm, 150mm and Mitchell tripods and comes standard with 2″ x 6″ indoor/outdoor total lock casters.  Its portable and easy to set up.

Product Description

Trolly Dolly: Features & Options

  • Super heavy duty and portable
  • Quick and easy set up
  • Tow Cable for safe & easy maneuvering
  • Supports both rubber & spike feet
  • Multiple wheel options
  • Standard – 2 x 6 Indoor/Outdoor
  • Option 2 – 3 x 8 Rugged Terrain Tires
  • Option 3 – V Shape Track wheels
  • Made in the USA

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The Trolly Dolly SF150 is a heavy duty tripod dolly that supports tripods with spiked feet. It supports  Sachtler and O’Connor 100mm, 150mm and Mitchell tripods and comes standard with 2″ x 6″ indoor/outdoor total lock casters.  Its portable and easy to set up.

The 44″ footprint (22″ diameter) is ideal for video and large format cinema tripods. The Trolly Dolly can also support production jib arms like the EZ Jib but not recommended for use with the Extension Kit or our EZ Crane. We suggest the 54″ footprint HD Dolly for longer jibs and camera cranes.

Additional wheel options for the Trolly Dolly RF are available and sold separately. They include rugged terrain 3″ x 8″ tires or V-Shaped track wheels. The wheel options are easily interchangeable .

The 3″x 8″ Rugged Terrain tires are wide for soft sand and/or sod. Great for golf courses and the beach. The V-Shaped track wheels ride on various diameter tracks from 1″ to 2″ in diameter. Use commonly found materials such as pipe, tube, rails or conduit for DIY track. An optional Quick Track Kit is available to keep your track equidistant apart. Also sold separately.

Feel welcomed to contact us with any questions about features, compatibility or combinations.

 

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