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Gorilla Carts

Model GOR866D

Internet #204143839

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1,200 lb. Heavy Duty Poly Dump Cart

$129.00 /each
  • Features 1,200 lb. hauling capacity
  • Includes quick-release dumping system
  • Highly rated for easy-to-clean design (see reviews)

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This Gorilla Carts Heavy Duty Dump Cart is the perfect tool for use around the garden, lawn, barn, or farm. With a 1,200 lb. hauling capacity and large 13 in. turf tires, this cart can handle just about any job. The patented quick-release dumping system allows the cart to be loaded and unloaded with ease, and the balanced 4-wheel design makes it an easy-to-use alternative to a wheelbarrow or steel garden cart. The convertible 2-in-1 handle allows the cart to be pulled by hand or towed behind a lawn tractor, and the new hardware design makes this cart easier and quicker to assemble. The large, thick poly bed is durable, easy to clean, and won't rust. It's truly the perfect outdoor wagon.

  • Patented quick-release dumping feature
  • Durable thick poly bed that's easy to clean and won't rust
  • 13 in. Pneumatic tires
  • 2-in-1 convertible handle can easily be pulled by hand or behind a lawn tractor or ATV
  • 1,200 lb. load capacity
  • 4-Wheel design maximizes stability on all terrain
  • Quick and easy to assemble
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can the handle be attached to a trailer hitch on my car?

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I've had one of these for a couple of years now, had to re-jigger the wheels a few times, I think how the rim connects to or more accurately, spins along the axle as you go is definitely the weak part of the design for even 600 lbs (and the handle should've been made of much heavier gauge metal, it bends like spaghetti sometimes and finally fatigued and broke recently on mine) BUT otherwise if you can Read More
I've had one of these for a couple of years now, had to re-jigger the wheels a few times, I think how the rim connects to or more accurately, spins along the axle as you go is definitely the weak part of the design for even 600 lbs (and the handle should've been made of much heavier gauge metal, it bends like spaghetti sometimes and finally fatigued and broke recently on mine) BUT otherwise if you can handle that stuff and its not that much of a hassle once YOU fix THEIR relatively minor mistakes.
I'll do what many here haven't and assume you're not talking about taking this thing on the highway at 70 MPH, or on ANY public road, even 25 MPH is way too fast, but if you are on your own property and need to move any especially heavy load, OF COURSE you can pull it with your car-assuming you take it SLOW, like 10 or maybe 15 MPH MAX, 10 is probably smarter and as far as the connection, if you have a hitch, just run a chain (a heavy enough to handle the load, or run a smaller chain a few times thru and hook to the safety chain hooks on your car hitch with a clip hook or whatever-again conscious of how much weight you're pulling) yes, you'll be fine if that's what you want to do.
IF you are thinking about a 30 mile trip at 75 MPH, ummmm probably not the best idea, but I'm guessing you're not thinking of doing anything like that! Read Less
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This is an off road, low speed cart. Not for towing with a car. If you remove the ball from the hitch and use a straight pin through the hole, you might be able to move it with your car. But it is easy to pull by hand with 1000# in it.. DO NOT USE YOUR CAR for this, DANGER!!!!!
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May 16, 2015
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no
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April 16, 2015
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NO
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February 28, 2015
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I don't have one but a lot of good points about it not being designed for that. It might work to just move something slowly at a crawl if you don't have other means. That said, on top of the many good observations, here's another how well would the axle and/or bearings hold up at even 15 or 25MPH?
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Fort Pierce, Fla.
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October 14, 2014
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No, it attaches with a pin.
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October 14, 2014
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October 7, 2014
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Attaches with a pin, not a ball. Have to go real slow.
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October 2, 2014
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No, this trailer should not be pulled behind a car. It does not have the proper tires to be pulled by an automobile.
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September 29, 2014
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I don't see why you couldn't - and if it would be just to drive short distances on your own property, OK. However, it may not be "street legal" to use it on your car. You would best check with your local ordinance since one ticket would cost more than the wagon itself! Also, I would surmise this wagon is designed for slower speeds. The tires are not as large as a regular trailer. Common sense dictates Read More
I don't see why you couldn't - and if it would be just to drive short distances on your own property, OK. However, it may not be "street legal" to use it on your car. You would best check with your local ordinance since one ticket would cost more than the wagon itself! Also, I would surmise this wagon is designed for slower speeds. The tires are not as large as a regular trailer. Common sense dictates that to me - I'm not an expert on this though, so if you decide to use you car to tow it, make sure it's for short distances only. I'm 64, a female and love this cart! I use it manually as well as with my Craftsman lawn mower. The dump feature is fantastic and If you do buy, be sure and put air in the tires! Read Less
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I assume you are talking about a typical ball hitch. Not without some kind of converter. I would not advise it even with some kind of converter. The wagon is not built for that kind of duty. If you have to just tie a rope to the ball and another to the handle.
The handle is set up to use as a pull handle or can be swiveled 180 degrees to use with a pin hook up typical of lawn tractor hook ups. The wagon Read More
I assume you are talking about a typical ball hitch. Not without some kind of converter. I would not advise it even with some kind of converter. The wagon is not built for that kind of duty. If you have to just tie a rope to the ball and another to the handle.
The handle is set up to use as a pull handle or can be swiveled 180 degrees to use with a pin hook up typical of lawn tractor hook ups. The wagon is advertised as 1200 pounds. I rather doubt that it would handle half that even on a solid surface like your driveway. Read Less
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September 28, 2014
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The handle is designed with a clevis type hitch fitting for attachment to a garden tractor. I would not recommend it be pulled behind a car for several reasons. 1) It would have a tendency to swing from side to side. 2) The tires and rubber are not designed for high speed travel. 3) It would be nearly impossible to back it up safely.
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Does this cart dump completely?

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July 28, 2014
Most of these garden cars dump leaving 1/2 of the material to be pulled out by hand. Does this one dump without the added labor?
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Jackson, GA
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April 14, 2015
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In dump position the bed is in at an almost 90 degree angle (on level ground). To dump completely, I just roll the cart forward a bit. Some material might need to be cleared from the edge, but this doesn't bother me.
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I use it for wet manure and 9 times out of 10 everything slides right out..I leave a small shovel out near the manure pile just in case and when I have to use it, it takes 2 swipes and I'm done...when the manure is dryer everything dumps easily..I just pull it forward a couple of times to get everything out. It stands almost completely upright when dumping...I love it!!!
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There will be a small amount left in it to be removed manually, but there isn't much.
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Yep. Release the catch on the handle end and lift up the bed. The bed has an inclined rear section, and the entire bed raises 90 degrees, so whatever you are hauling dumps completely.
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Sacramento, CA
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August 12, 2014
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Yes. You might have a tiny bit of residual dirt left over, but move the cart forward and give it a light bump. The rest just slides out.
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It dumps better than most! The tapered butt hits the ground and most of a load like dirt will dump effectively. I do have to pull it to get it to completely empty. When I say most of the load, it will empty 90+% of the load.
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No, it will leave a small amount of material behind in the cart, maybe around 10%. I've used it for mulch, gravel, and dirt, and it consistently does this. If you pull it forward as you are dumping though, you stand a better chance of emptying the entire cart. Otherwise, you have to lift it up and shake out the rest of the material. If the rear panel was designed to be removable, or could swing out, when Read More
No, it will leave a small amount of material behind in the cart, maybe around 10%. I've used it for mulch, gravel, and dirt, and it consistently does this. If you pull it forward as you are dumping though, you stand a better chance of emptying the entire cart. Otherwise, you have to lift it up and shake out the rest of the material. If the rear panel was designed to be removable, or could swing out, when dumping, it would be ideal. Read Less
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It pretty much does dump completely. However, when in the dump position, you will have to pull the cart along to get all contents out. The only drawback is when the cart is in the full dump position the bed is pressed against the rear tires sort of locking them in position. This may have been intentional to prevent the cart from moving when in this position, but I've found that I sometimes have to drag Read More
It pretty much does dump completely. However, when in the dump position, you will have to pull the cart along to get all contents out. The only drawback is when the cart is in the full dump position the bed is pressed against the rear tires sort of locking them in position. This may have been intentional to prevent the cart from moving when in this position, but I've found that I sometimes have to drag the cart with the rear wheels locked up in order to get all the contents dumped. It's really a hard ship at all. Best of luck. Read Less
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July 29, 2014
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We have only dumped green waste and dirt so far and it was fine. When in the dump position it stands straight up in the air. Oh and it rained recently and all the water came out. Love this cart so far after a month of using it.
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Even a regular dump truck leaves material after dumping.
The bucket dumps from front to back pivoting on the rear axel. The bucket goes back until it hits ground. When moving loose dirt or sand there is material left in the bucket, as it has no where to go. The dumped dirt makes a dam. If dumping over a cliff that is not a problem.
I use one of two methods to emptying the remainder of the material. Read More
Even a regular dump truck leaves material after dumping.
The bucket dumps from front to back pivoting on the rear axel. The bucket goes back until it hits ground. When moving loose dirt or sand there is material left in the bucket, as it has no where to go. The dumped dirt makes a dam. If dumping over a cliff that is not a problem.
I use one of two methods to emptying the remainder of the material. With the bucket in the dump position I pull the wagon forward. The material slides out, depending on what you are moving. Clay is sticky. Sand is not. The other method I use is leaving the bucket in the dump position. Lift up the front end until it locks on the bucket. Totally invert the bucket, front to back, as you keep pulling the wagon upside down. To right the upside down wagon roll it to one side to upright it easily. The second method works better with sticky material like wet clay.
I have put this wagon through harsh conditions with hundreds of heavy loads over the last year. It is the best product that I have found for moving stuff at my age, 69, or any.The wagon can carry more than I can pull over lawns and dirt. Stacked high with dirt that is between 400 and 500 pounds. It also holds water. It is great for washing your dog in.
I made one modification. I added fender washers to the bolts and washers provided to secure the bucket to the frame to eliminate potential damage to the bucket when carrying and dumping heavy loads. Read Less
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It depends on what it is that's in the cart and what's needing to be dumped. Larger items dump completely with no issues at all... i.e., rocks, bricks, etc, etc. Loads suchs as dirt, sand, etc, etc. may have a more difficult time coming out of the cart completely. In the cart's defense, it isn't very heavy at all and if anything, I simply lift up the back end myself and dump the contents out in their Read More
It depends on what it is that's in the cart and what's needing to be dumped. Larger items dump completely with no issues at all... i.e., rocks, bricks, etc, etc. Loads suchs as dirt, sand, etc, etc. may have a more difficult time coming out of the cart completely. In the cart's defense, it isn't very heavy at all and if anything, I simply lift up the back end myself and dump the contents out in their entirety.
I hope this helps! Read Less
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At 6'3" height, will I be able to pull the handle without bending over, thus saving strain on my back?

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I don't know how high the handle is from the ground when at a pulling angle of about 45 degrees. Can you tell me that?
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Absolutely. I'm 6' and when the handle is straight up, it is at 43" high. At approx. 45 degrees the handle reaches 34". Definitely easier on my bad back.
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Yes, it is designed to stay upright, if you want it to.
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July 22, 2014
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At about 45 degrees it's about 40 " from the ground to the handle.
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July 22, 2014
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The height of the handle at 90 degrees is approximately 43". At 45 degrees it drops to approximately 38". I hope this helps.
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July 21, 2014
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Guessing at about 45 degrees I would say it is close to 39" from the ground up to the handle. My hubby is 6'2" and doesn't have to bend over at all. I think with the tires being bigger than most it is higher off the ground and that helps. You will like this cart!
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July 21, 2014
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Yes you will I am 6'2 and I dont have to bend over to pull the cart.The handle is long enough that you can pull the cart with out any strain on your back because you dont have to bend over to grab the handle.
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July 21, 2014
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yes- its a lever at the base of the cart towards the front that allows the entire back end to dump.
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July 21, 2014
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You shouldn't have any trouble pulling the handle of this cart without bending over. The handle stands about 4' from the ground and probably around 3' when pulling at a 45 degree angle. Speaking from personal experience, I have no trouble pulling it and I'm 6'5.
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I think part of that depends on the load in the cart. To help answer your question though, it is a fairly long handle. I'm 6'1" and have no back strain whatsoever. I think it will also depend on how you're "pulling". If I pull it with one arm as though I'm pulling my nephew in a wagon, there is plenty of free range for that handle although it probably doesn't look like it in the photo.
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I think part of that depends on the load in the cart. To help answer your question though, it is a fairly long handle. I'm 6'1" and have no back strain whatsoever. I think it will also depend on how you're "pulling". If I pull it with one arm as though I'm pulling my nephew in a wagon, there is plenty of free range for that handle although it probably doesn't look like it in the photo.
Again, it's fairly long, as well. At 6'3", I don't forsee you having an issue with back strain dependent upon load #of course# and how you're pulling it. Read Less
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my son is 6'1" no problems pulling it
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The handle height is fine for me. I am 6' 175. As to putting strain on your back, it is more a matter of the surface that you are pulling it across and the amount of load it is carrying. I don't have a strong back either. I have carried a full load of dirt, eight bags of semi-wet 2 cu. ft. mulch and a dozen 23 pound garden pavers without throwing mine out. Those loads were moved over mulched dry sandy Read More
The handle height is fine for me. I am 6' 175. As to putting strain on your back, it is more a matter of the surface that you are pulling it across and the amount of load it is carrying. I don't have a strong back either. I have carried a full load of dirt, eight bags of semi-wet 2 cu. ft. mulch and a dozen 23 pound garden pavers without throwing mine out. Those loads were moved over mulched dry sandy soil. It is the single best means I have found for moving stuff from A to B. The wagon moved about twice as many garden blocks as you see in the photo with no damage to it. It also moved about 400 full loads of various composition soil - mostly sand and clay. Read Less
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Will this cart fit through a 3' wide gate?

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The 'Gorilla Carts' specs are a bit confusing, as the lower end model's specs claim that the 600 lb capacity cart is 39.25" wide. I'm sure that figure should've actually been in reference to the cart's length not width? Please advise if this cart's width is about 26" as stated. I just want to be sure before I complete my online order for this heavier duty model...thanks.
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I have the 1200 pound cart and it will fit through a 36" gate....
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Yes, i just measured the width and it is about 2 feet wide.
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Absolutely. This model"s overall width is 26"
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Quite simply, yes!
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Yes it will.
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Foley, AL
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yes it will fit it is only 28 inches wide.
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Width is about 26". Length is about 40".
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Yes, this cart will fit through a 3' wide gate. The bed width is 26".
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Bellingham, WA, USA
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I can easily walk the cart through the man door into my shop with a few inches to spare. A three foot gate should be no problem.
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Yes - As measured from the outside of the tires, the width is 25.5 inches or a tad less. The tires are the widest part of the extremely useful to me wagon.
I looked at a lot of alternatives for moving stuff around the house. This wagon beat every other that I looked at by a significant margin. Wagons are infinitely easier to use than wheel barrows.
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Yes - As measured from the outside of the tires, the width is 25.5 inches or a tad less. The tires are the widest part of the extremely useful to me wagon.
I looked at a lot of alternatives for moving stuff around the house. This wagon beat every other that I looked at by a significant margin. Wagons are infinitely easier to use than wheel barrows.
In the photos below you see the wagon on the side of a hill. In three months I removed the hill and transported the 23 pound garden pavers 14 at a time in this wagon. After nine months or so of heavy usage the wagon is no worse for wear. I hand pull the wagon, so I cannot comment on how well it may or may not function when pulled by a lawn tractor.
Buy it from Home Depot, because they will deliver it for free, unless they have changed their policy. The box that it comes in is large. It will not fit in a car unless it has a big opening and large storage space like my KIA has. Assembly instructions were clear and packaging, particularly the hardware was excellent and well marked to match construction steps.
By the way it holds water. I use it to wash my dog in it. The photo below has some eight inches of water in it - two hours rainfall last week. Read Less
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 44 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Well constructed and good value Was looking for cart that could be pulled by mower or by hand and this one was only $30 more than 2-wheel mower-only carts. Well constructed with power coated frame parts and assembly simple and aided by hardware which was shrink wrapped in groups corresponding to the numbered assembly steps. The plastic tub has spaces for inserting a railing. I made the one shown in the attached photo out of seven 8' lengths of 1x2 lumber which is 12" high. April 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A Real Workhorse! We chose this instead of a wheel barrow which tends to tip over when hauling landscaping material. We have hauled sand, gravel, soil, and most recently, large flag stone. Assembly was fairly straight forward. The tires are large and the cart has a nice tight turning radius. No problems with anything we've hauled in it. No tipping over either. Fantastic! August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great cart ... but 2nd step in build, wrong illustration. The cart is really solid when built. Using heavy gauge tubing struts really beefs up the overall carrying capacity of this cart. Outstanding way the bolts, nuts and washers were arranged: each step the bolts, washers and nuts were in separate sealed clear compartments, marked step one, step two and so on. There was no way anyone could mix up the correct hardware for each step of the assembly process. There was one flaw in the directions: on step 2 the break-out drawing clearly shows the front strut with the bolt going through strut and the strut and bolt going into the cross-member. When assembling I was wondering why they wanted me to do this, but I followed the detailed drawing. BAD idea!!!! Later on, another break-out drawing showed the correct orientation: bolt, cross-member hole, strut and then washer and nut. I had to cut one of the bolts off, the threads striped while removing it. Luckily I have a good supply of automotive M6 nuts, washers and bolts. Tomorrow I will make a plywood liner to the cart so I don't knock a hole in it while tossing in jack-hammered cement blocks. Also, on page 10 is an illustration to add Stake Out Sides: actual hole sizes for the stakes is 3/4" (1.9cm) X 2.0" (5.08cm). While making the bottom liner maybe build side rails? August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GREAT CART I bought this to replace my last gorilla cart that lasted me close to ten years. I am pleased to see that this newer model has been beefed up a bit. Although the bed is a tad narrower, I believe the sides are a bit taller. I just love it! August 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by durable This thing is awesome. It dumps and holds all kinds of stuff. U got it for my kid, his wagon fell apart. August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Just what was needed The assembly was easy and well described in pamphlet. Convertible handle is a simple and handy feature. August 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Heavy Duty Check back in a year and see if I've broken it yet August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product I was looking for a double wheeled wheelbarrow and discovered this instead. For a similar cost, this product is so much more versatile and I just love it! It was very easy to assemble, despite the earlier reviews I read - the box stated assembly was improved from previous models. It is sturdy and easy to pull around and can also be used as trailer on a lawn tractor. The dump feature is smooth and easy to use. I am so glad I purchased this vs a wheelbarrow! July 15, 2016
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