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    Casters to a PBC

    Hello all,
    In a recent move, the moving company lost my stand for my PBC. I had been contemplating attaching wheels and thought this would be the time to do it. I remember seeing PBCs that had wheels attached, but I can not find the post or pictures. Im looking for any advice or tips on placing some wheels to the bottom of my PBC.

    I have casters, but they are attached to the stand.


      I would contact the folks at PBC, they may be able to send you a new stand. That sounds like something they would be willing to do.


        I have thought about this as well. Look up Barrel Dolly, they make all kinds and sizes including some that "hug" a barrel.
        Here is a pic of one.


        • Munch
          Munch commented
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          Heat shouldn't be an issue. Have someone cut a piece of diamond plate to fit. It's shiny and it should reflect the heat. Here's a dolly for a 30 gallon. http://www.northerntool.com/shop/too...lon+drum+dolly

        • _John_
          _John_ commented
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          I would just make sure the lip isn't blocking the intake.

        • jtew
          jtew commented
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          Yes this might work. I was worried about the temp having affect on the wheels. Will definitely look into this setup. Thanks for all the advice and tips!


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