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6 cu. ft. Steel Wheelbarrow
  • Jackson
  • Model M6KBUT12
  • Internet #206205928
  • Store SO SKU #213139

6 cu. ft. Steel Wheelbarrow

$99.97 /each
Discontinued Model:

Model # M6KBUT11

Internet #100325962

Jackson 6 cu. ft. Steel Wheelbarrow
0027997006921

Discontinued Jackson

6 cu. ft. Steel Wheelbarrow

  • Heavy-duty, 6 cubic foot steel tray
  • Leg stabilizers resist tipping
  • Durable hardwood handles

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Jackson wheelbarrows are the professionals' choice for superior quality, value and performance. Heavy-duty steel trays, professional-grade steel undercarriages and strong hardwood handles add up to the toughest, most dependable wheelbarrows on the job site. This design boasts a rugged 16 in. tire and resists tipping with patented leg stabilizers, so you can get the job done easily and efficiently.

  • 6 cu. ft. capacity with heavy-duty steel tray
  • Patented leg stabilizers make wheelbarrow exceptionally tip resistant
  • 16 in. tube knobby tire with powder metal bearings
  • 60 in. heavy-duty, seal-coated hardwood handles
  • Heavy-gauge steel construction for strength
  • Product purchased online will require assembly
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Does the wheel asembly axle have a grease fitting?

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This wheel has a powder metal bearing.
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The wheel assembly has no grease fitting.
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what guages are Jacksons metal trays?

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As per the info I received from the Dickson City Home Depot Store the gauge of the tray for the Jackson Model # M6KBUT11 is 17gauge. This is equivalent to .0538 inch.
FYI - most lessor expensive wheelbarrows are 20 gauge or .0359 inches in thickness. Go with the Jackson if you are looking for a stronger and longer lasting tray.
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The Tray gauge is 17G.
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I punctured the tire and tube. Does HD carry the replacement tube

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Part numbers T22CC and SFFTCC are suggested replacement tires for this wheelbarrow. For a selection for inner tubes, please consult the store associates at your local Home Depot.
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6 cu. ft. Steel Wheelbarrow is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 82.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Made in China Garbage I am sure at some point these brand was of high quality, it is nothing more than China garbage now. I picked it up, grabbing the cleanest one I could find since they are already assembled at the depot. Got home, tightened all the screws, some of which would not even fit flush against the pan, and aired the tire, only to find the valve stem was bad. How hard is it to perform a simple air check on a tire before it leaves factory.
Date published: 2016-04-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Jackson wheelbarrow The heads began popping off of the cheap stove bolts before first use. I wanted a heavier, more durable barrow. That's why I bought it. It does have a heavier tray than most. The problem being, when hardware is cheap the whole product is cheap. It could not be used until it was repaired. It's a nice wheelbarrow. Just stop at the hardware store and pick up a few bolts on the way home. It might save you some aggravation, plus, it's a long way back to the HD.
Date published: 2016-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sturdy, suitable for heavy use. I purchased this wheelbarrow after my other one failed under the weight of my project. I moved 8 yards of material (3/4 inch stone, sand) and 1200 bricks with this Jackson wheelbarrow. Ultra-reliable and sturdy.
Date published: 2016-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Steel wheelbarrow Awesome wheelbarrow, used for moving landscaping blocks. No problem
Date published: 2016-08-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Tire cracking after 1 year. After one year the pneumatic tire developed pronounced cracks. The wheelbarrow has been used only for personal, non-commercial work. The tire has been kept at the correct 30 psi inflation and the wheelbarrow has never been left out in the weather or exposed to chemicals or fumes. I know rubber will dry out and crack with age, however the cracks in this tire are already worse than the cracks in the tire of my old wheelbarrow, which is thirty (30) years old! Also the handles are not very hard. Wood started to compress a lot when I tried to tighten the axle bracket bolts, so added fender washers to spread the load. Really like it otherwise, especially the anti-tip-back leg stabilizers. To HD's credit, the manager offered me a new wheel from stock, but they didn't have the right size. Tried to contact the manufacturer by email and phone and got no response.
Date published: 2013-05-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not as good as it was While as landscapers we usually replace our wheel barrows every year, the new Jackson models don't make 3 months. The steel supports for the front of the tray bend easily and now the tray rubs against the wheel. This is bad enough, but now the axle support traps are of so bad quality that they bend and the axle falls out. This used to be a good tool, quite chasing the price point and build a quality product. Or by the way, the steel tray is so thin, it forms around the support handles underneath.
Date published: 2014-06-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great except tire Bought this a year or so ago to replace a wobbly, aging wheelbarrow that I've now demoted for concrete mixing use. I see these Jacksons all the time on construction sites, so they are obviously the choice of professionals, and should well exceed my home use needs. So far, it works perfectly and is built well, all except for the tire. It keeps coming off the bead and cutting the tube....something I previously dismissed as punctures while loaded, but now that I've had a good look at it, there is a section of the molded rib missing that keeps the tire in place on the rim. Go figure.....made-in-china. I'm sorry, when you spend this much for the best wheelbarrow they sell.....for the sole purpose of avoiding sub-standard quality, one of the most critical components shouldn't come from a 3rd world sweatshop.
Date published: 2014-03-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A good solid tool The three mains things I wanted were: 1) Heavy gauge steel bucket, 2) Pneumatic tire, 3) Wood handles. This wheelbarrow has all three. It's well built and very solid. The first load it hauled was rocks and cement and it handled it very well. Cheaper models would have squirmed and shifted under the weight but this one handled it with ease.
Date published: 2012-01-15
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