During my time off from the site, I bought a Harbor Freight cart and modified it to move pinballs. My back really thanked me for doing this and kicking myself for not doing it earlier.
I stole this idea from P2K over on Pinside. I got the cart on the 4th of July since they were having a 25% off discount. The cart can be found here. I bought two connectors for under $10. One was a trailer hitch at Harbor Freight and the other was a pipe connector at Home Depot.
I just followed the post on Pinside. I first cut the hand a little bit past the halfway mark. I wanted to have enough handle so it was probably close to 65%. I disconnected the cable from the bottom of the cart by unscrewing one bolt.
I cut the trailer hitch with a saw and then pounded it into the pipe connector. It was a pretty snug fit and took a little bit of time doing it. The next step was then to pound the pipe connector (along with the trailer hitch). I used an extended socked, which worked really well. That way it didn’t move the trailer hitch.
Once that was done, the pinball lift was really done. I have used it a couple times, but the handle is pretty low to the ground. I guess that is a disadvantage to being so tall.