APPLICATIONS

ROLLING LEVER
ROLLING LEVER with CLAMP ASSEMBLY
ROCK & DEBRIS HAULER
ROCK & DEBRIS HAULER with CLAMP ASSEMBLY
POST & SHRUB PULLER
FIREWOOD HAULER
FIREWOOD HAULING TRAILER
LUMBER & POLE TRANSPORTER
TRAILER JOCKEY
PEOPLE MOVER
BARREL & WATER TRANSPORTER
PLYWOOD & PANEL HAULER
DEBRIS LEVER
ADD A THIRD WHEEL

 

 

 

 

WHaTS can be configured just the way you want.  The third wheel and the bed mesh shown in the videos have been added to the standard configuration.

 

rolling lever with clamp assembly

 

Current components of a WHaTS Rolling Lever with Clamp Assembly: 1 very rugged Universal Frame ~ 1 Long Axle (stailnless steel) ~ 2 high quality Flat Proof Wheels ~ 2 robust High Handles ~ 2 very strong Pry Bars ~ 1 infinitely adjustible, self locking Clamp Assembly ~ quick attach Detent , Lynch Pins, and bolts with wing nuts to secure the vertical clamp post.    Note: Use the two bolts and wing nuts supplied to secure the vertical clamp post to the front of the frame.  The videos may show the Rolling Lever with Clamp Assembly with a mix of other components, illustrating the versatility of Wheeled Hand Tool Systems in adapting to your specific needs.


"I did quite a bit of work today with the 2 wheel configuration and am really impressed with the versatility and effectiveness for rock removal.  The claw attachment can be a real asset with the larger rocks I found.  The ability to tilt the unit vertically to sink the prongs beside a rock is really a good feature.  I did not need a prybar all day.  Pulling rocks was almost fun today!"             -   Murray Beidler - upstate New York  (see photo and caption of a large rock Murray removed with rolling lever in the photo gallery)

Your device worked beautifully.  We used it to transport stone slabs weighing 385 lbs. apiece uphill. I am very pleased with my purchase. - Charles Holder - Texas   (Charles used the optional clamp assembly and bed mesh to increase the capabilities of his rolling lever)

"Received the hand cart yesterday and was out in the snow digging up some rocks to test the rig. It's exactly what I need! Thanks for making a  well built quality tool that will keep on working long after I'm gone."   

Stuart Powsey - Cumberland, British Columbia

 

Adding a clamp assembly greatly increases the capabilities of the rolling lever!  Large and awkward loads are secured by just sliding the clamp down onto the load where it automatically locks in place.    The height of the clamp post can be increased by just inserting one or two of the same pieces that are used for front extensions in other applications.


 

The first rock I moved was a breeze with the extensions, almost effortless.  It was harder pulling the device back slightly uphill empty.  I then tried a much larger rock, the kind that is hard to budge even with a 6 foot pry bar, and that only can be lifted with a Bobcat or larger (machine).  I was able to move it around easily to position it and was eventually able to load it using front extentions.  So far I have been able to clamp it and lift it ("it" is the big rock in the photo above) fairly easily, but I can not pull it over the ground.  There is a slight rise before going slightly downhill.  I know I can move it once I get over the slight rise.     -   S.W. in Massachusetts

NOTE:  S.W. bought 10 feet of nominal 1" schedule 40 pipe for $28 then cut it into two, 5 foot lengths and slipped each 5 foot length inside the handles after he removed the black end caps from the handles.  The pipe extensions were secured by slipping a 3/8" bolt through existing holes in the handle and holes that S.W. drilled in the end of the pipes.  The extensions doubled his lifting leverage from 2.5:1 to 5:1.  Thus, in theory, a 200 pound person could lever up a 1,000 pound rock.  CAUTION:  This is a lot of lifting force, so DO NOT use the front extensions when levering since they may bend.  Only use the pry bars without the extensions.  Once a heavy rock is levered loose then the front extensions can be added to the pry bars to make them long enough to carry a large load.  MORE ROLLING POWER:  While one person with a WHaTS can carry and move a load of several hundred pounds or more downhill or across a hard level surface, loads must be much lighter if one person is to push them uphill or over uneven and soft ground.  This can be overcome if there is more than one person available to pull with tow straps,  or with the handle extensions two or more people can push at the same time.  The handle extensions (see the photo on the right above) are very similar to the shafts of donkey cart, thus it would be relatively easy to enlist the aid of a small draft animal in pulling heavy loads.

 

Hauling rock with clamp flipped  

If a large stone extends beyond the reach of the hook of the clamp, it can often 

be kept from tipping off the pry bars by flipping the clamp so that the hook faces

up.  This will keep the back edge of the stone from tipping up.

COST $832

SHIPPING WEIGHT: +/- 100 LBS. (45 kg)


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