Model # C6ORUT14

Internet #202057391

Store SKU #534172

True Temper 6 cu. ft. Wheelbarrow with Steel Handles and Flat Free Tire
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True Temper

6 cu. ft. Wheelbarrow with Steel Handles and Flat Free Tire

  • Rated highly for durability and value (see reviews)
  • Low maintenance flat-free tire and steel handles
  • Includes all hardware and parts for straightforward assembly
$87.98 /each

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Product Overview

Get more done with this hard-working True Temper wheelbarrow. The spacious 6 cu. ft. steel tray, rugged steel handles and flat-free tire make this unit ideal for just about any job. Use it to haul stone, gravel, dirt, pine straw, mulch, firewood and more. This wheelbarrow is sturdily built and designed to provide years of dependable service.

  • Assembled dimensions: 25.50 in. W x 58.75 in. D x 27 in. H
  • 15.5 in. flat-free tire, never needs air
  • Tough steel handles with comfort grips
  • Heavy-duty undercarriage stands up to rigorous use
  • 6 cu. ft. capacity
  • Sloped, curved front allows easy dumping and spreading of contents
  • Product purchased online will require assembly
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Customer Questions & Answers

what gauge steel is the bin

Asked by: box57poe
20 gauge.
Answered by: AmesTrueTemper
Date published: 2016-09-22

What is the warranty?

Asked by: steve
This wheelbarrow carries a 90 day warranty against manufacturer defect. Please contact your local Home Depot for additional questions regarding warranty replacements.
Answered by: AmesTrueTemper
Date published: 2016-04-19

Where is the wheelbarrow manufactured?

I can't find where the wheelbarrow is manufactured in the product description.
Asked by: Tools
The tray for this wheelbarrow is made in Pennsylvania. The other parts are a combination of foreign and domestic components.
Answered by: AmesTrueTemper
Date published: 2016-04-08

This a general question regarding wheel barrows. I've always wondered why some are extremely expe...

This a general question regarding wheel barrows. I've always wondered why some are extremely expensive, hundreds of dollars, and some very reasonable, around $30 - $50. To me it seems like two poles, a bucket, a wheel and a hand full of bolts shouldn't cost hundreds of dollars. Is there some piece of advanced technology that wheel barrows incorporate that I'm not aware of? I don't mean for this question to sound snarky. It's just very perplexing that there is this huge difference in price between wheel barrows that are made of the same materials.
Asked by: DirtyShirt
The big price difference will be dictated mainly by the thickness (gauge) of the body. Nicer wheelbarrows are made out of thicker steel and can carry heavier loads. Take a look at the Jackson Heavy Duty wheelbarrow, and note that it's roughly 25% heavier than this Tru Temper one, even though they have the same capacity. That's probably mostly due to the steel in the body, since they both have flat free tires, and metal handles. That being said, I've been very happy with how this wheelbarrow performs. I've moved lots of broken concrete, and lots of very wet soil with it completely full and never had a problem with it underperforming.
Answered by: Doresoom
Date published: 2017-02-01

How wide is the wheel?

The image online looks like a thin wheel. It will be utilized over soft and uneven ground. Don't want it to dig into the lawn.
Asked by: oracle14
This tire is 3" wide.
Answered by: AmesTrueTemper
Date published: 2015-12-14

What is the thickness of the steel?

Asked by: jim
If I were a guessing man I would say 16 gauge.
Answered by: IAmTheJudgeOfNoOne
Date published: 2016-07-16

Which wheel is included?

In the assembled photo, there's a 5-spoke aluminum looking wheel, whereas in the photo of the unassembled kit, there's a standard steel wheel. Which wheel is included?
Asked by: Pokki
The wheelbarrow comes with the 5-spoke wheel.
Answered by: AmesTrueTemper
Date published: 2016-04-25

Are you going to make one bigger than 3 cubic feet?

I work with my parents to pour a lot of concrete around their house and would like one close to the same size as a wheel barrow (around 6 cubic feet). Thanks, Robert
Asked by: BigDIYer
The C6ORUT14 wheelbarrow is a 6 cubic foot wheelbarrow.
Answered by: AmesTrueTemper
Date published: 2016-10-01
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Customer Reviews

6 cu. ft. Wheelbarrow with Steel Handles and Flat Free Tire is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 241.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent, sturdy wheelbarrow. Great for cement mixing and hauling. I bought this wheelbarrow to help with hauling cement, gravel, and mixing cement. The travel distance was about 100 yards, and I had 14 different 18" footings to pour, with another 4000 lbs. of 3/4" Travel Bond Gravel to move from the driveway to deck post hole sites. The wheelbarrow handled it all like a champ, the wheel stayed sturdy throughout, and kept great balance while mixing one and two 80lb bags of quickrete at a time. Two is about the most I would mix, as it starts to slosh over if you get a little too enthusiastic. Didn't post a picture for this one as it is exactly what it looks like online, no surprises!
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth it Don't buy any of the cheaper wheelbarrows. I have bought 2 and they have both broke within a year. This one is amazing, it's made better so the metal doesn't become deformed like the cheaper ones.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from For those who use this tool infrequently or only with light loads, this may be your wheelbarrow. ... For those who use this tool infrequently or only with light loads, this may be your wheelbarrow. How ever they should offer this unit with and with out the flat free tire. To understand the problem, You need to understand the construction and function of the flat free tire. It is a foam filled tire, to push it with a heavy load you must not only compress any give in soil of bedding material, you must always be pushing against the requirement of compressing the foam in the tire. For those of us who use this tool for extended periods of time we soon replace the tire with an air filled tire because the flex of a sidewall on an air filled tire saves lots of pushing effort. For me after a extended experience with on of these tires it is easier to find another wheelbarrow when I need a new one. If you already own one a new wheel is worth the price.
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very stable and sturdy. I was able to transport broken bricks of different sizes and shapes with... Very stable and sturdy. I was able to transport broken bricks of different sizes and shapes without the wheelbarrow feeling unbalanced. It was easy to control and strong enough to handle the weight. The bricks did not damage or dent the steel, just chipped off a little paint. I am very pleased with the construction and durability.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sturdy value I have a hard time getting excited about things like wheelbarrows, but will say that I rate this one 5 stars because it meets expectations for a price that I consider to be a good value. Metal handles and no-flat tire are a big plus.
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Masonary work wheelbarrow For Commercial Masonary this product bolts nuts had to be replaced on handle under bucket with locking nuts. Also had to put plywood in bottom to keep bricks from puncturing light weight steel barrow.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for my use! This wheelbarrow is very stable, lightweight and easy to use. I am not a spring chicken any longer so was concerned as to how well I could handle it and it's a breeze. Glad I bought it!
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good buy for price Seems to be solid. The only drawback is the "flatless" tire. firmness of tire makes it more difficult to navigate over rough terrain than a regular tire that gives more.
Date published: 2016-10-11
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