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Rubbermaid Commercial Products 7.5 cu. ft. Plastic Yard Cart
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Rubbermaid Commercial Products

7.5 cu. ft. Plastic Yard Cart

$139.00 /each

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The Rubbermaid 7.5 cu. ft. Plastic Yard Cart offers a wheeled cart for heavy-duty use around the yard. The sturdy, structural-foam construction resists denting, rust, chipping and peeling for lasting durability. The molded-in 1-piece handle provides stability and the pneumatic tires lend versatile mobility to tackle your chores in a timely fashion.

  • Structural foam construction and a plastic, seamless pan design offer lasting durability
  • 300 lb. maximum load capacity to haul large loads
  • Holds up to 7.5 cu. ft. of landscaping material
  • 20 in. tires allow you to move over rough terrain easily
  • 1-Piece molded-in handle requires no maintenance and won't loosen
  • All-plastic seamless pan design resists leaking and cracking
  • 300 lbs. Capacity

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Do I have to assemble this cart?

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Does this cart need to be assembled?
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October 24, 2016
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...no assembly is needed!
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October 18, 2016
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it comes assembled
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I have been to several Home Depot stores in East Tennessee and they each have had at least a couple of these ready to go, so I am assuming they come assembled, if not they do not look like they come in more than four pieces and look like they'd assemble easily.
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No.
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June 7, 2016
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No, comes completely ready to go in store. I am not aware if it ships in a box unassembled but if it does it would require some assembly.
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No. I just loaded t into my sub
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No the product comes assembled and work ready
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June 9, 2015
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I bought mine in the store and it was pre-assembled. Not sure about how it is shipped. It is basically all one piece except for the wheels so I imagine the assembly would be minimal.
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Alameda, CA
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April 14, 2015
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I did not. I purchased this online with in-store pickup. I was happy to see it was already assembled. If you choose to have it shipped I'm pretty sure you will have to assemble it. And if you pick it off the shelf in the store, you may need to do the same.
I don't imagine it would be difficult to assemble, though.
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December 10, 2014
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Absolutely not. It comes fully assembled. But be sure you have a vehicle large enough to get it home because it's much bigger then a wheel barrel.
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Are the tires flat free tires ?

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Depends! ....simply enlarge this Image to view the air valve protruding from the rubber tire rim! Much older inventories are still being sold with air inflated Tires, whereas new Units come w/ all-molded, single piece, very narrow plastic assemblies, NOT intended for rough terrain or soft earth, I.M.O. - - - - - F.Y.I., the maker Rubbermaid does offer a very similar Unit w/ much 'fatter' tires [like Read More
Depends! ....simply enlarge this Image to view the air valve protruding from the rubber tire rim! Much older inventories are still being sold with air inflated Tires, whereas new Units come w/ all-molded, single piece, very narrow plastic assemblies, NOT intended for rough terrain or soft earth, I.M.O. - - - - - F.Y.I., the maker Rubbermaid does offer a very similar Unit w/ much 'fatter' tires [like those on a lawn tractor] & metal rims w/ ball bearings for outside usage, rated at a higher 700# capacity and with a 3/4" diameter axle, plus a substantially higher $$$$, of course! Read Less
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yes
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Yes, they will never pop, hard solid rubber tires.
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January 1, 2016
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I just looked at the cart at home Depot. The tires look like tires on a ten speed bike.
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Yes they are flat free
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Maunaloa, HI
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The new product comes with solid tires and is a great improvement from the older tires that needed inflating.
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June 9, 2015
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Yes, the tires are flat free.
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YES!! Yay!
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I was concerned about that myself but the reviews for the Rubber Mail vs Home Depot say no that the tires will not go flat.
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Yes. One of the main reasons to buy this cart.
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What is the longevity of the plastic pan?

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Gainesville, Florida
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March 18, 2016
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My cart basin is heavy, durable plastic. Yes, it has surface scratches but it's been in use for 21 years and is still completely functional. It has carried bricks, stone, trees, water, logs, cement, an injured dog, a couple of children and oh yes, lots and lots of yard debris.
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I now have two of them. We bought the first one at least 30 years ago at Sam's Club for $59. I replaced one wheel that I broke hitting it with a tractor, and have replaced a tube in one wheel. They just keep going. We use them hard and frequently on our little farm, we do not baby them at all.
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Mine cracked in the middle of the upper front area after 2 years of light use. It was stored outside so maybe the sun makes the plastic brittle?
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When comparing the Rubber Maid to Home Depot's cart, I believe the material is the same. The description between the two were almost identical. Could be the Rubber Mail might be a heavier plastic because Rubber Maid does make a good product. But to honest I can't give you a definitive answer. I don't recall what guage plastic it is or if it even states that in the description. You might want to check it Read More
When comparing the Rubber Maid to Home Depot's cart, I believe the material is the same. The description between the two were almost identical. Could be the Rubber Mail might be a heavier plastic because Rubber Maid does make a good product. But to honest I can't give you a definitive answer. I don't recall what guage plastic it is or if it even states that in the description. You might want to check it out your self. Read Less
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I answered this in my review. I rated it a one because of the longevity of the plastic pan. It failed within 2 years. At the price I paid, it should not fail that soon. See my review for more information. Here are the pictures.
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Have had our wheelbarrow for over 25 years. Wheels need replacement from time to time, but the pan will apparently last forever.
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I'm still using the one I bought 15 years ago. The pan is doing great. Actually purchased a second one for fear in time it would wear out but both are still looking great
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Very durable and should last for years.
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I have had mine for almost 6 years. Have seen no issues with the pan at all and it's kept outside all year long.
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Hi Hauler,
Thank you for your question.
According to the manufacturer . The product is made to last but based on wear and tear of the product .
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where can I get new tires ?

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I have had this product for over 10 yrs and it truly is durable. However, tires are flat, and need to know where I can get new ones
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Jojo dated May 29, 2016...
Simply remove those existing tire assemblies ( easily-done w/ only a cotter pin on the outside) to a nearby Bike Shop ...they have & will mount new tires & tubes..... far less costly than buying a new Replacement Pair of solid plastic new wheels.
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There should be a manufacture name somewhere on the yard cart. If not Home Depot should have the answer as to who manufactured it.
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Check out the company that makes the cart, or check with a place like Harbor Freight for wheel replacements, tires are flat proof so replacing tires should be a moot point. Once they go flat the entire wheel will have to be replaced.
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Ace Hardware.
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Ace Hardware
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You must have the early version with air tires, the new version has non-pneumatic tires. The tire can be found at Ace hardware.
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I would contact Rubbermaid using http://www.rubbermaidcommercial.com/rcp/contact/customerservice.jsp.
Good luck
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I believe that they are standard bicycle tires.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 162 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I bought one of these on Tuesday 10-25-16 and one of the wheels were broken by Thursday 10-27-16 . Home Depot would not replace it nor do they sell replacement wheels October 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Product Used Sept 15 - Oct 2, 8-12 hrs per day. 1. Very well balanced (no frequent tipping as by our wheel barrel). 2. Very sturdy and ideal design. 3. Can haul much weight without feeling the weight (extended rear handles provide the leverage). 4. Can dump contents, then while cart is in dump mode, can pull cart back by wheels so one can push handles forward to dump what was still stuck on mouth of tub. 5. Able to lay stack of very large cut and flattened boxes on top of cart to move rather than trying by carrying the stack vertical under an arm (good luck!) 6. Tub size and shape is perfect. 7. Rake or shovel handle can be inserted in up-tilted cart's handle space with hand on handle moved up against the handle to secure it. This saves going back for the rake or shovel. 8. For storage, the cart can be tilted up over top of a tilted-up smaller wheel barrel. 9. The cart does not tilt over when parked and loaded on 20% hillside. 10. I have found nothing comparable on the market. October 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lasts forever! I've had mine 21 years and can't imagine being without it. I've never had a problem with it! I have hauled stone, wood, soil, trash and have even used it to bathe the dogs. It's one of the best investments I have ever made! October 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works really well around the barn. The large tires make it easier to move around in sandy conditions. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This works great, handles huge loads of dirt while pushing and turning easily. Very happy with it and the fact that it will not rust out and fall apart anytime soon just makes it better. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to manuver the cart came assembled and ready to use. It was a bit bigger than I expected but handles very well. October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rubbermaid 7.5 cu. ft. Plastic Yard Cart I have owned this cart before and bought it again! It is easy to wheel around the garden, holds quite a lot of garden debris and is easy to empty. The cart is easy to clean, as well. Since the cart is stored outdoors, it must look nice, which this one does! October 18, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by NOT heavy duty okay for dirt... mulch... hay...straw solid items will shift and break plastic... ' used this cart to move wood and scrap. As you dump forward, the items hit the front like hitting a wall. Breaks the plastic. Dirt loads etc do not dump clean.. Will not buy again. October 17, 2016
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