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best way to add wheels to subwoofer ?
Old 4 days ago
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best way to add wheels to subwoofer ?

i purchased a subwoofer for my rehearsal studio because the band projects uses many synth basses and electronic drums and it helps a lot in creating balanced patches for different songs.

sometimes i go there alone, and since this is a shared room, there isn't enough space to leave much in there so i carry the sub in and out of the storage area (18" yamaha dsr18).

when with a bandmate, there's not problem, the sub isn't that heavy, but when i'm alone, there is just no easy way to drag it around, i thought about adding a cart with wheels so i can bring to and fro but there's this one step on the way and i feel that a cart would easily slip out of under the sub when attempting this by myself, maybe drilling and attaching the casters directly to the sub ? a bit invasive, what are other options ?
Old 3 days ago
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wheelboard with velcro so you can attach the board to the back of the sub and then tip it over.
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