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  1. I would like feedback from professional grips on the subject of foam vs pneumatic tires for a 2' x 4' two shelf equipment dolly. Every grip I've spoken with so far have recommended pneumatic... Their reasons: - Foam tires can form a flat spot when left too long with a heavy load, but they do regain their shape overtime. - Foam can be 'out of round' when cold or frozen. - Will slowly disintegrate overtime. - More effort need to push a cart with foam tires in mud and grass. A rental company, told me they converted to foam, but overtime the foam separated from the rubber and rim... so they switched back. This has been a small survey so far, looking forward to more opinions. Thanks in advance, Bill Kerrigan - DP Montreal Quebec Canada
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