Well I guess the RED cart is collapsible and it does look just like the yeager cart, so maybe they are the same. I've never seen a Yeager cart up close or even researched them until today so I'm not sure what the differences are or the similarities.
Rad collapsible cart (not robust enough to really get crazy with putting a hardmounted 2575 on, but very very mobile and light:
I have one of these http://www.filmtools.com/libsencarcom.html
and one of these http://www.filmtools.com/filmtools-c...nior-cart.html
and have worked with the RED cart, regular Yaeger Sr. cart and the backstage cart.
My choice would entirely depend on the purpose/project.
Most of these things are big and heavy so shipping is going to be cost prohibitive. Given that you are a days drive from LA, I'd call filmtools before I drive to see what they have in stock but they usually have a couple of their converted Magliners and the backstage carts on the floor. Get some hands on time and bring it back with you.
If you'd like to see the two I have I'm in Sunnyvale.
I have nothing but good things to say about the yeager cart. I have also had one of these for more than 15 years and it's still going strong. Great in that it get small for portability -
Get the top and bottom shelves.
http://www.filmtools.com/flcacatr.html and i already have a high hat i can just put on top of it. I like the fact that it's a deep shelf. Appreciate all the options.
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