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Gorilla Carts

Model GOR200B

Internet #202353037

Store SKU #824154

600 lb. Poly Garden Dump Cart

$69.97 /each
  • Quick-release dumping system for easy unloading
  • 600-lb. load capacity
  • Durable poly bed is easy to clean and won't rust

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This Gorilla Carts Garden Dump Cart features a patented dumping system that makes unloading easy and simple. The durable poly bed is easy to clean and won't rust and the 10 in. pneumatic tires are designed to handle any terrain. With a 600 lb. load capacity, this cart is perfect for the casual gardener or the lawn professional and is a great alternative to a standard wheelbarrow anywhere around the home, garden, barn or farm.

  • Patented dumping system makes unloading quick and easy
  • Sturdy poly tub is easy to clean and won't rust
  • Yellow zinc-plated hardware resists corrosion
  • 10 in. pneumatic tires can handle any terrain
  • Padded steel handle for easy maneuverability
  • 600 lb. load capacity
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Will this cart roll over gravel?

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San Juan, PR
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May 20, 2015
Very large areas of my patio are covered in gravel, will this cart roll over it?
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Granite Bay, California
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September 23, 2015
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I'm imagining pea gravel or decomposed granite. If my guesses are close to the correct 'texture' of your gravel, then the cart will roll quite well. More importantly is the hardness of the surface. If it is mushy, harder rolling...
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Augusta, GA
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September 12, 2015
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The tires on this thing are big, so rolling over gravel should be no problem. As with all weight-bearing carts you will want to have appropriate tire pressure. Ideally, the tires should maintain their round shape with heavy loads. If heavy loads cause the tires to be flat where they touch the ground, you will have difficulty pulling it and you will notice the difficulty even more on rough terrain (like Read More
The tires on this thing are big, so rolling over gravel should be no problem. As with all weight-bearing carts you will want to have appropriate tire pressure. Ideally, the tires should maintain their round shape with heavy loads. If heavy loads cause the tires to be flat where they touch the ground, you will have difficulty pulling it and you will notice the difficulty even more on rough terrain (like gravel). With adequate air pressure, gravel will be no problem. Read Less
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Northbrook, Illinois
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August 4, 2015
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More than just gravel. Can handle real ups and downs
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Meadville PA
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July 26, 2015
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Yes it rolls very easily. If it is heavily loaded, it could be tough to pull in gravel.
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North Central Massachusetts
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July 12, 2015
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This cart has pneumatic wheels, it should roll over gravel easily
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July 7, 2015
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Yes although if the cart is full of heavy material it takes a little effort.
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July 6, 2015
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I don't see why it wouldn't.. are you asking if it's safe for the tires or if it'll sink in the gravel? depends on the weight you're pulling and the consistency of the gravel.. but anything you pull over that surface will respond similar.. they're typical inflatable rubber tires.
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Loveland, Co
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June 16, 2015
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Yes, it has rubber air filled wheel.
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augusta, georgia
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May 26, 2015
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haven't tried it over gravel yet. but it rolls easily over every surface I have tried it on - cement (of course) lawn with lots of dips and hills (even with a heavy load in it). I've even taken it up and down a few stairs.
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May 20, 2015
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Yes, this cart will roll over gravel.
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It is possible that someone could assemble this at the pick-up store and, if so, the cost for assembling?

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San Rafael, California
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February 28, 2015
The instructions appear to be very complicated for an 82-year-old with "not the best" eyesight.
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Memphis, TN
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May 10, 2016
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I am 78 years old with only one eye. I had no problem assembling the cart in about 40 minutes. Yes, someone at the store could assemble your cart at a cost of around $25. Perhaps a family member or friend could help you assemble the cart and save you the assemblying cost.
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September 23, 2015
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I don't know the availability of "assemblers" at the store. However, I just assembled mine yesterday and it took me about 45 minutes. I am a lifelong DIY'er and enjoy the assembly process. However, I was struck by how straight forward and easy the assembly was.
One consideration are the tires. Mine came with some air in them, but all of them needed to be inflated to the recommended 30 psi pressure. If Read More
I don't know the availability of "assemblers" at the store. However, I just assembled mine yesterday and it took me about 45 minutes. I am a lifelong DIY'er and enjoy the assembly process. However, I was struck by how straight forward and easy the assembly was.
One consideration are the tires. Mine came with some air in them, but all of them needed to be inflated to the recommended 30 psi pressure. If you don't have a home compressor, you will need to take the tires to a gas station... Read Less
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June 9, 2015
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Couple of them were already assembled at my local HD so I picked up one of those. You can call a couple of your close HDs and see if they have pre-assembled ones.
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Newport News, VA
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May 5, 2015
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The Home Depot in my city has them already assembled.
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April 23, 2015
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The Gator dump cart could possibly be assembled at the pick-up store, especially since the Home Depot tool department is at hand. The tools that come with the product are totally inefficient and useless.
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New Orleans
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March 10, 2015
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Mine came fully Assembled
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The Woodlands, Texas
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March 3, 2015
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When I bought my cart, there was one already assembled for the same price. My wife wanted one in the box. I suspect your Home Depot store will have one already assembled.
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The Woodlands, Texas
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March 3, 2015
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The store had an assembled wagon for the same price, but my wife didn't want it. I said why. No answer. I guess she trusted me to assemble the wagon. It goes together very easily. I suspect your store probably has them assembled. If not, the wagon is a breeze to put together.
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Phoenix Area, Arizon
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March 2, 2015
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Good day Webb;
I actually purchased mine pre-assembled at my Home Depot store. You might ask an associate at your local Home Depot if there are any pre-assembled units available..
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February 28, 2015
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I imagine they would assemble it for you.. like the grills and other items.. they have people in the stores that assemble products for immediate sale and don't charge for it..
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What kind and size rubber tires can you replace the pneumatic tires with? Would like tires without air.

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you'd have to find one that is 10" with a 5/8" bore.. such as the Magline 131010.. but you're going to pay for it as the one I looked up is 40 bucks a piece.. typical air replacements cost around $15 for this cart.
actually Home Depot has a flat free tire here for $25 each..
10-1/2 in. x 3-1/3 in. Flat-Free Tire for Hand Trucks
store sku # 976467
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To replace pneumatic tires would require solid tires of the same size and axle diameter which might be available at the Home Depot pick-up store, or even Harbor Freight if there's one in your area
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If you want to replace the pneumatic tires, take one of them to Home Depot, or just about any other hardware store, and buy hard rubber tire on rims of the same size with the same axle hole diameter.
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February 25, 2015
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The Farm & Ranch 10" No Flat Tire can be used on this cart. The model number is FR1030 and they are available on HomeDepot.com.
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February 23, 2015
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The wheel size of the cart is 10 inch, they can be replaced by other 10 inch cart tires without air.
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February 23, 2015
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the tires as is are 15 bucks on the Tricam Industries website.. it's a 10" tire so you'd have to match it to that.. bore size is 5/8".
actually I just found one here on Home Depot that seems to be a 'solid' instead of inflatable and it matches the size of the original tire.. plus it's also about 15 bucks. Search for
10 in. x 2-3/4 in. Replacement Wheel for Hand Trucks.
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the tires as is are 15 bucks on the Tricam Industries website.. it's a 10" tire so you'd have to match it to that.. bore size is 5/8".
actually I just found one here on Home Depot that seems to be a 'solid' instead of inflatable and it matches the size of the original tire.. plus it's also about 15 bucks. Search for
10 in. x 2-3/4 in. Replacement Wheel for Hand Trucks.
as long as it's 10" with a 5/8" bore.. Read Less
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You could use no-flat tires like these 10" ones from Home Depot: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Farm-Ranch-10-in-No-Flat-Tire-4-Pack-FR1030/204164948
They are a bit more expensive than the pneumatic tires but would probably be worth it in the long run. We need to always add air to the tires that came with the cart but since we have an air compressor it's not too bad.
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how do I use my paypal account to pay at my personal home depot store?

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I want to buy a gorilla garden cart. Don't have a paypal card. Have money in paypal account.
Can I pay online and pick at my store?
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July 6, 2015
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yes you can pay online and select for the items to be picked up in store with Paypal.. i do this all the time.
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this is copied from hd site:
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I'm Jen, from The Home Depot. To use paypal in our store you must first register and obtain a pin number. You may do that by logging into https://www.paypal.com/us/webapps/mpp/use-paypal-in-stores.
Once activated, you will need to use your phone number and pin number at the registers.
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I'm Jen, from The Home Depot. To use paypal in our store you must first register and obtain a pin number. You may do that by logging into https://www.paypal.com/us/webapps/mpp/use-paypal-in-stores.
Once activated, you will need to use your phone number and pin number at the registers.
Please let us know if you have any additional questions. We are here to help!
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I used paypal, that I sat up months ago, but, on return items I have no experience on paypal policy's efficiency
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Yes, I bought mine on-line using my Visa card. If you want to open a Paypal account, you can do so at their website.
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Ask Home Depot the next time you are there.
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Florida
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February 23, 2015
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not sure what your order is but just order it using the online site and select pick up at store.. the only other option i can think of is to buy a prepaid Visa type card using your paypal account.. then use the Visa at the store.
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I have no idea. PP is not what I would recommend. If you need to return something, it takes them a long time to make the refund and is a major nightmare trying to get anyone to issue a credit to PP.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 35 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very good product with little flaw Redesign the screw/nut tightening process. Everything else is fine. June 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Wagon Perfect for my needs - moving mulch & bags of dirt & potting soil. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect It was easy to assemble and has been used every day since. It's perfect for hauling and the dump feature is the best part. July 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great purchase Love the cart but be prepared as putting this cart together took a little longer than anticipated July 12, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by If it were not for the poor quality of the wagon bed, it would have received 5 stars The wagon bed is not made for heavy duty loads. If you only need to use it for light to medium gardening then it should work just fine. July 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best purchase It is very handy I used it every day for different tasks. August 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Assembly tips It takes a little while to assemble the cart, especially if you're doing it by yourself. The bolts are heavy duty, so you do need a large and a small wrench to secure the many bolts, in addition to a screwdriver and needle nose pliers. In Step 1, the dumping mechanism should come disassembled, as there is not enough room for a wrench to secure the bolts with the handle in place. I finally took the pins out and pulled the handle off to secured the bolts, then reassembled the handle. In addition, putting the pins in the rear wheels is a tight fit. The bolts and pins are nicely shrink-wrap packaged according to step. I wish that everyone would use this fastener packaging, as it eliminates the guessing game. May 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great. Assembly was pretty easy After reading some of the prior reviews, I was disheartened when I arrived to pick up this cart in the store and it was not pre-assembled. The larger 1200lb one was, but the 600lb ones were still in the box. I figured it was going to take me hours to complete. Well, to my surprise, I was done in 35 minutes and I even did it by myself. I am no expert, but I guess I am not a novice either. I used three tools; 1/2 socket, Phillips head screwdriver, and a pair of pliers. I followed the instructions and had absolutely no issues. I was particularly impressed with the way they had the hardware separated by steps. Made it a bit easier to not have to pick through a bunch of screws and hope I was using the right one. The cart itself is pretty sturdy and the dumping feature works great. I used it to move 5 yards of mulch and did not have any issues. May 21, 2016
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