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KRANE AMG 750 Multimode Folding Longbed Cart

BH #KRAMG750 • MFR #AMG750
KRANE AMG 750 Multimode Folding Longbed Cart
Key Features
  • Convertible Heavy-Duty Smart Hauler
  • 750 lb 6-Wheel / 500 lb 4-Wheel Payload
  • Zero-Radius Turns
  • Folds for Compact Closet / Trunk Storage
The KRANE AMG 750 Multimode Folding Longbed Cart is designed to easily and quickly transform from a four-wheel heavy-duty cart to a six-wheel hauler. In four-wheel mode, it supports up to 500 lb loads, and in six-wheel mode it can carry 750 lb in a loading area measuring almost six feet long. When not in use, the cart folds up for compact storage in a closet or trunk of a car.
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KRANE AMG750 Overview

The KRANE AMG 750 Multimode Folding Longbed Cart is designed to easily and quickly transform from a four-wheel heavy-duty cart to a six-wheel hauler. In four-wheel mode, it supports up to 500 lb loads, and in six-wheel mode it can carry 750 lb in a loading area measuring almost six feet long. When not in use, the cart folds up for compact storage in a closet or trunk of a car.

Thanks to its large, flat-free PU foam center wheels, the AMG 750 is capable of zero-radius turns while the high-tensile steel frame with integrated anti-slip carpeted decks safely supports your audio, video, and virtually all other equipment and loads.

Key Features

Convertible heavy-duty smart hauler
Load capacity is 750 lb in 6-wheel mode, 500 lb in 4-wheel mode
Folds up for compact storage
Steel frame with carpeted decks
Flat-free PU foam 8" center wheels
Polyurethane swiveling front and rear casters
UPC: 700604840667

KRANE AMG750 Specs

Load Capacity750 lb / 340.2 kg (6-Wheels)
500 lb / 226.8 kg (4-Wheels)
Platform Surface52 x 16" / 132.1 x 40.6 cm (6-Wheels)
26 x 16" / 66 x 40.6 cm (4-Wheels)
Handle Height35.5" / 90.2 cm
Wheel Size8" / 20.3 cm (Middle)
4" / 10.2 cm (Front)
4" / 10.2 cm (Rear)
Wheel TypeFoam
Material of ConstructionSteel
Dimensions18.9 x 32.6 x 8.8" / 48.0 x 82.8 x 22.4 cm (Folded)
Weight48 lb / 21.8 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight51.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)37.5 x 20.5 x 11"

KRANE AMG750 Reviews

Excellent and Maneuverable Cart

By Chris
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-14

I have used a Rock n Roller R12 Multicart with all terrain wheels for about 12 years and, while it certainly did the job, it was always a bit of a struggle to move it out of very small hotel elevators with 200lbs+ of equipment. The design of the Krane with the large center wheels allows you to easily spin it in place and the handles lock into place to provide a much firmer feel when pushing instead of the flexing of my previous cart. I also like the fact that it folds instead of sliding into place. Not quite as flexible as the Multicart in that respect but I will never again have a painful pinch on my finger from the sliding mechanism. I have not rolled it over grass or gravel yet but am sure it would be up to the job on reasonable surfaces. It is heavier & more expensive than the Multicart but, for me, it is perfect and I highly recommend it unless you will frequently be rolling over very rough surfaces.

Worth every penny

By Wesleyb
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-06-25

Extremely well built and versatile, glides over door ways and maneuvers like it’s on air. I’m not exaggerating.

I love it!

By Nicholas
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-05-02

This is by far the best cart Ive owned. It rolls like a dream and it extremely maneuverable.

Solid versatile cart

By David
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-02-19

For this money this is a very solid cart that holds a lot more video equipment that might imagine. And, it folds up into a very small position for packing. If you cant afford a loaded Magliner, this is a great alternative.

I like it

By Eric
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2019-01-30

It is ok for lights, green screen and 2 caméras and auto cue etc... The Krane is little bit heavy but very usefull. Cant wait for aluminiun version. Eric From Paris

Wheels are extremely soft and dont last.

By Evan
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2018-11-06

First time using the cart and a wheel got stuck for a second, only dragged a couple inches on smooth ground with a light load on the cart, and the wheel looks like it was sanded down. The wheels are not up to par with normal use. I own many carts and dollies and Ive never seen this before, and its common with users. Support sent me a link to buy a new one, not even a discount.  This is going to be a very expensive cart to maintain.

Great design, terrible wheels and screws

By Mir
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2021-06-11

I bought two of these years ago. As soon as I LIGHTLY, OCCASIONALLY, started using them, the desk bolts rattled off, some being lost. The worst problem is that the two poorly designed locking wheels vibrate into a locking position, so without realizing it, you are pushing hard rubber wheels that are locked, and the material easily wears away, so you have one side of the wheel shaved off, creating further vibration and rattle, getting worse and worse, because keeps locking, and wearing out in same way, more and more. Same issues have happened to both carts. I only used them on location a couple of times, and moving things from my dock a dozen times. The company sent same replacement wheels after sending pics of the unusable ones, but same issue happened. They need to have completely redesigned wheels as free replacement, or give price difference as discount for buying the all terrain ones. However, given even the all-terrain 6 ones are also plastic, with the same locking mechanism, they may be doomed as well. The middle wheel on this is hard plastic, not rubber, which is really disappointing. I would love to get the shelf kit, but $500 for it is ridiculous. I also have the R12 Rock'n'roller, which is a bad design, awkward and time-consuming to fold, but the full shelf kit was like $75. I think charging anything north of $250 for the full shelf kit is robbery. I have high capacity rolling wire carts as well, and the locking systems on them are much better, with it being impossible to lock on their own, and being able to lock with your foot. However, the 6 wheel design, with only 4 wheels touching at any times, is the best cart design out there, solving problems with cracks, small changes in elevation, and being able to rotate 360 in place, critical for tight spaces, elevators, etc. I do like the designs of the folding mechanisms, and how the cart is configurable. If they dealt with the wheels and used better bolts or nuts that have plastic inside thread for vibration, this would be a great cart. Would be nice to have a middle large plastic wheel where there would be a hard rubber band with edges that you could stretch over the wheel, for a softer ride, and one that could be replaced instead of throwing the whole wheel away. Pneumatic are not great either, as they go flat over time, and if having a lot of weight, hard to push when not fully inflated. Foam-filled are the best, however. I have those on my feature-scale carts.

I Love this thing!

By R. Stephen
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-11-16

This thing is almost perfect, I have been using it for over 4 years and it has been amazing. My only critique is that the caster wheels are made of a relatively soft rubber and can be easily damaged - the rubber scrapes off, creating flat spots on them and then you have a clicking sound as you roll your stuff around. Krane does sell replacement caster wheels on their site.  I have used some of the other carts in this category and the Krane is by fare the favorite.

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How much height, width and depth do you have when ...

How much height, width and depth do you have when collapsed? As far as the unset size difference collapsed with the Krane Amg 500 model?
Asked by: bamk
As per the manufacturer, the storage dimensions for this cart are 32.6” H x 18.9” W x 8.8 D, with a 19.5” depth on the caster side.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-04-17


How well does this cart work on non-solid surfaces like grass or gravel?
Asked by: Mitch
The larger all terrain wheels would allow the cart to move smoothly over non-solid surfaces quite well.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-26


What is the diameter of the tubing on this cart?
Asked by: Tristan
The tubing circumference is 3.25. I believe that makes the diameter 1.03
Answered by: Michael R.
Date published: 2018-08-26


This question is mainly for ProDirector_DP who reviewed the Krane AMG 750 about 3 years ago. Are you still loving the cart? How has it held up over the years?
Asked by: City of Colorado Springs
Yes, the best cart I have used I do a lot of shows and stores real nice in my van.
Answered by: Robert R.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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