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Brand new Rickshaw for sale.

 

Smooth Ride. Works great. Easy setup, very compact, almost tool free. Heavy duty construction and wheels. Easy to load handles. Use for Steadi in high and low modes, tracking shots, walk and talks, ins and outs, step-offs(may require a minor amount of additional rigging), hand-held gimbal, etc. It's a smooth and comfortable ride with great results. Asking $2500. PM me if interested. If you miss out on this one there are more in the works. Thanks.

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Hey dude

is there any way of attaching this to a trailer hitch for vehicle work?

Also the first picture doesnt show a 2" post tall enough for the socket block such as the image with the operator. will that post be included?

 

brett.

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Hi Brett,

 

Yes a 4 foot post is included(1.66" outer diameter). This one was not specifically designed for vehicle work however there is a way to do it with a 2" hitch receiver and a piece that would go between the hitch and the square perforated rear wheel pipe. You'd basically have a platform and enough pipe and fittings to rig a mount. It would be solid that's for sure.

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