#2
Yes, all you have to do is buy a set of casters and a few wood screws that are short enough to not go all the way through the wood.
#3
yes. you just attach/screw them at the bottom.
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#5
You actually gotta bolt them on. I drilled some pilot holes through my AD50 and then used bolts to put the casters on. Cost me a grand total of 30 dollars.
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#6
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You actually gotta bolt them on. I drilled some pilot holes through my AD50 and then used bolts to put the casters on. Cost me a grand total of 30 dollars.


+1, his something that stops the wheel and you're likely to rip those wood screws right out.
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#7
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+1, his something that stops the wheel and you're likely to rip those wood screws right out.



Especially if the cab isn't made of real wood. Wood screws don't hold well in MDF or Particleboard.
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#8
Yeah I'd be careful with that.. do a good job because cabs weight a lot so if you ever hit anything while rolling them, the casters might break off.
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