Milwaukee 48-22-8410 PACKOUT Dolly

Milwaukee Model: miln48-22-8410
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Milwaukee 48-22-8410 PACKOUT Dolly Milwaukee Model: miln48-22-8410
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Milwaukee 48-22-8410 PACKOUT Dolly

The Milwaukee PACKOUT Modular Storage System is the industry's most durable and versatile storage system. The PACKOUT Dolly is constructed with impact-resistant polymers and smooth roll wheels, providing up to 250 lbs. of weight capacity on the job site. The QUICKSTOP Loading Lever helps keep the Dolly in place when loading and unloading, increasing job site productivity. The PACKOUT Modular Storage System allows storage systems to be customized and built for easy transportation and organization of tools and accessories.
  • Impact Resistant Polymer Construction
  • Locking Casters
  • Some Assembly Required
What’s Included:
  • PACKOUT Dolly - 48-22-8410
24.4 in.
18.8 in.
7.6 in.
10.9 lbs.
Warranty Term
1 Year

Reviews :

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I really need this!!
But, I can’t justify the expense. Why is this so over priced?!
September 1, 2020
Originally posted at
PackOut System
What I have of the PackOut System is the three tool boxes, two tackle boxes, the half tackle, twenty one inch tote, lunch box, ten speaker radio and the dolly. I wouldn't trade it for the world. Of course, when I am on the job I am wheeling the tool boxes. In the shop I prefer the dolly. This MUST be known to be a bit much for a single system and probably why the dolly is constructed the way it is. There is, of sorts, holes on the ends to create a train of multiple dollies. With a makeshift table to put over the largest tackle box...

With the battery operated tools of circular saw, reciprocation saw, jig saw, plunger router, impact drive and drill, hammer stapler, multi-tool, grinder and numerous batteries all fit in the largest tool box without a problem.

I can't sing the praise loud enough
June 22, 2020
Originally posted at
Would like to see a Nothing but Heavy Duty version
250lbs is not a lot when it comes to tools, fasteners, tool accessories, and everything else that goes along with being a commercial remodeler. The 250lbs capacity isn't entirely accurate either, as it will withstand 250lbs for a short time but not day in and day out. Off-road casters would be nice, at least all-terrain, and upgraded with beefier bearings, say 300lbs per caster. Combine that with a wider stance, a stronger base material, and deployable stabilizers, then you've got a heavy duty dolly. As it stands now, I have to run 3 of them just to distribute the weight. Headache for sure
May 24, 2020
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