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    Utility Cart

    Anyone have any recommendations for a portable utility cart? Something that could fit in the back of a small SUV ('13 Ford Escape). I'm looking for something I can take my laptop, mouse, and drawings around the job site with me.

    I am looking at AV Carts, but I gotta find something that collapses easily or will fit in the back seat. Seeing if you guys have anything to recommend.

    Thanks.

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    Rubbermaid has one but I have never actually seen it in person. A bit pricy too.

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    I have been looking for something similar. Something that either collapses or can easily be taken apart. I used a metal cart on a job one time to carry my drawings, laptop, tools and controllers that I was installing and it made my job way easier. I have not found anything that would be practical to carry in the back of my van though.


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    I've seen the rubbermaid one, I think Grainger wants like $700 for it. I could only think of a AV cart that could fit in the back seat or something. Nothing really looks like it collapses easily.

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    I modified a second hand 'portable printer trolley'. Cost twenty bucks and folds up. Little solid though.. I'm only saying this cos there doesnt seem to be muck of a range, but when I started looking at second hand office furniture, I had more luck..
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    didnt read exactly what he wanted
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