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#1 posted 07-20-2012 12:57 PM

Or you can just get large, double-locking casters. Stash a handful of shims on the cart somewhere and if you need to park it on uneven ground it takes but a minute to kick some shims under the one wheel that is off the ground. If your driveway has a significant slope you might need a couple of blocks also. I bet you will find that you always park the cart in about the same spot, so once you find the combination of blocks and shims that work you will just stash them on the cart somewhere and setup, after the first time, will be quick and easy.

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