6/15/2020 01:25:45 pm
I just fixed the same problem of the cart not opening. My fix entailed lubricating the segmented ramps that the wheels rotate around the base of the handles. I used a teflon dry lube on it with the wheels in the closed position. The cart opens and closes very easily now.
Hi, that's a great idea, thanks for reminding me about this one. That is something I will try, and should be easier than taking it all apart. Since I have a 3D printer, I may be able to figure out a way to make a spacer or something that will keep the wheels on these older design carts from flopping too far inward, which I think contributes to the problem (it's only the first 10-15 degrees of rotation that seem to be the hardest on my cart). Otherwise these are great carts.
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