Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 37
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by no57chevy Tractor Trailer/wheelbarrow
Really awesome lawn cart/trailer. Will haul a large load very easy.
October 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bob A Just about perfect
I bought this Lifetime Lawn Cart because I have a lawn tractor and a quad that I can hook it up to. It can haul a lot of product, wood, top soil, and mulch have all three been transported. The balance of the unit is quite amazing, if you have the proper tire pressure it will glide over any Terran. Easy to clean, very simple to switch from a cart you use like a wheel barrow to a trailer that you hitch to your lawn tractor. One issue which should explains the title, when you load the cart with a good size load you risk the latch releasing and dumping the content. To keep this from happening, I purchased a Velcro strap at one of the big box stores that I rap around the bar to keep it from accidentally releasing. I don't look at it as a negative because I would have taken that a precaution anyway. My neighbors have trailers and they have a wheel barrow, I have one that does both and they wish they were me. You will love it.
February 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kruiter65 Best yard equipment ever
I've had this cart for five years. I love it. So versatile and sturdy. Great concept for one yard tool. Wheel barrow and yard cart. Easy to convert one to the other.
September 26, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Dailyuser It is ok, but would expect a little more for the price
I have used it as both a wheelbarrow and trailer.
One improvement would be to countersigned the bolt heads so they do not get hit when shoveling out of the bed. I think in these will become damaged quickly.
Need to beef up the front, when dumping as a wheelbarrow, the front will double under, I think with extended use this will become cracked and render it useless.
When using as a lawn trailer, the spring catch comes undone easily, dumping the load before you reach your destination.
I would recommend this product with reservations.
July 2, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not So LUCKY Firstt time use and it broke
using it to move wood .. had cart loaded and went over uneven ground and back lip where it is curved ( dump end) must have flexed ? broke off entire curved area from left side to right side down about 1.5 inches. beside myself on this issue , Continued to use cart with no further issue ...... great cart , I think ?? I will have to "MacGyver" something for repair ... possibly poor design ?!
May 11, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by DrJG Tractor cart,wheel barrow?
Been debating over new tractor cart to replace old light duty metal one. Light duty being anything that weighs less than a load of mulch. Looked at John deere, Brinley, and other similar makes. Build of Lifetime cart/barrow is on par with all of the heavier duty models 10cu ft and above. Convertibility is a plus. Average price of a cart and wheel barrow is 300 combined. So you spend about the same money and safe space in the garage too. What's not to like? But honestly have not put cart to test yet, have to wait till spring. While assembling though, parts were noticeably stout and appropriately matched.
December 20, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by OneBad37 Good So Far!
Been giving it a good workout and it's handling the load. Easy to put together, but I did had a couple pieces of angle iron to the back where the handle bracket attaches, spreading the load across the plastic and added fender washers on all the bolts.
It's a great size and really good balance. I'm happy so far!
May 27, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Dale Practical but some issues
It's super handy. Ours is well used. Good working height, handy implement holes by handles, rolls fairly easy, good price. However both front corners split after dumping a few loads of gravel, even though we still had way less than the 600lb rating in it, probably more like 200lb as it's hard to push with more than that in it. The dumping lever also needed some adjustment. Converting from hand to tow mode isn't simple and quick
December 29, 2014