Wheels for Table

To handle our family of 20 for Thanksgiving I made an extra table from 4'x8'x3/4" oak plywood, and finished the edges with some solid oak trim.
This sits on top of a standard Costco 30"x72" folding table (alignment cleats on the bottom of the plywood to prevent slip-sliding around).
Only trouble is that it is one heavy dude. I have bad knees (from polio as a kid plus some arthritis starting to kick in) and my wife is only 5'1", so it's a pain (literally) to move to and from the garage storage area.
I'm contemplating adding some kind of wheel structure on one edge, either temporary slip-on or fold-away.
I'm open to suggestions.
Thanks!
...Jim Thompson
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Jim Thompson wrote:

I suggest taking a look at the handle type thing made for handling 4x8 plywood/drywall. It just hooks under the long edge of the plywood and has a handle up the side, so you can get a good hold on it.
Other than than I would suggest mounting a couple of wheels on the bottom of a 6 foot 2x4 after cutting out a grove wide enough to slip the edge of the table in.
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