Krane AMG750 Longbed Hand Truck/Cart

750-pound Capacity Convertible Stage Cart with Never-flat tires, Zero-radius Turning, and Nonslip Carpeting
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Convertible Hand Truck Gets Gear to the Stage Safely

Save your back the next time you have to haul gear! Use the Krane hand truck instead. Able to support 750 lbs. of music gear and PA equipment, the convertible Krane AMG750 is an essential piece of gear for any touring musician, sound engineer, or mobile DJ. Features include never-flat tires that won't leave you stranded between the stage and the van, and a zero turning radius for precision maneuvering onstage and around obstacles. Best of all, the collapsible Krane hand truck folds down to suitcase size for easy transport.

Krane AMG750 Hand Truck and Stage Cart Features:
  • Versatile stage cart
  • Essential for live sound engineers, mobile DJs, and musicians
  • Convertible design: upright/tilt-back 2-wheel dolly, open/closed 4-wheel stage cart, and more
  • Never-flat tires won't leave you stranded
  • Zero-radius turning lets you maneuver around in tight spaces
  • Nonslip carpeting helps keep goods on the cart
  • 750-pound capacity handles PA systems, stage pianos, mixer boards, drums, and guitar stacks
  • Collapses to 32.6" x 18.9" x 8.8" for 1-handed transport and hauling
Invest in your Future with the Krane AMG750 Hand Truck and Stage Cart!

Tech Specs

Weight Capacity 750 lbs. (6-wheel), 500 lbs. (4-wheel)
Dimensions 52" x 16" (load area)
Manufacturer Part Number AMG 750

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
Based on 3 reviews
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5/5

very good product

It's heavy duty,..which means its also heavy, so be prepared lift it into your truck with some strength. Other than than, I should have had this years ago. One trip from now on, and not back and forth to the truck for gear. all of my typical gear fits on the "half" expansion option, and the full expansion can hold my big sets gear as well. Brakes on the wheels keeps it steady and those cables you see on the bottom are quick releases you can actuate with your foot.
4.5/5

Does it Blend?

No! But it sure does move a TON. Here's what I've been moving around with this Most Excellent product: 1 Korg Triton Extreme88 keyboard 1 Korg Triton Taktile49 keyboard 1 CenterPointStereo SpaceStation v3 keyboard amp 1 triple-tier OnStage X-brace keyboard stand 1 bag of cables and miscellaneous gear (about 30 lbs) 1 Roc-n-Soc drum throne w/backrest Strong, sturdy, rolls over most surfaces with ease, turns on a dime, able to lock/unlock wheels with the push of a toe... And sometime this summer, the FlightTop will be available...minus 1/2 star, as this completes the rig!
Music background: Noodling on keys and guitar for 30 some years
4.5/5

A Beast - How to Add 50 Lbs to Your Load-out

I ordered this just a few days ago after being informed by e-mail that these were now in stock. I paid a little extra to have it shipped faster, and it did actually arrive a day earlier than initially reported. = +1 Some assembly required, but not hard at all; the smaller four casters were not attached, and required a 1/2" socket or box wrench to assemble. = +1 First impression after all wheels were on: 1. Solidly built. This thing is heavy, but feels like it can handle a ton 2. Ease of use: Adjusting the decks is a simple handle pull, and raise/lower the deck half. Adjusting the rails requires loosening the two orange-colored end caps enough to cause the cable pull to release the detents for adjustment. Wheels have locking mechanisms that not only lock the wheel from rolling, but also prevent the wheel from spinning in place (2-way locking) 3. Construction details: Large caster wheels required some loosening to freely turn (over tightened at factory); I also tightened the nuts/bolts on the supporting brackets under the decks just to make it less rattling/loose feeling 4. Size: Folder for storage, the AMG750 will stand upright on the four smaller caster end, while allowing you to wheel it away on the two large wheels; it does not fit easily into my car's trunk (2014 VW Jetta GLI), but does fit in the front/back seat. I might need to rent a truck now to haul everything around... I gave this a 4.5 rating out of 5 because of some of the minor things I noted above. In comparison to other handtruck/carts I've looked at - this is the one that instills confidence that it's built for business, not just casual performances.
Music background: 40 years of noodling on keyboards and guitars
See also: Krane, Krane Handcarts