|Assembled Depth (in.)||78 in||Assembled Height (in.)||31.88 in|
|Assembled Width (in.)||37.5 in||Wheel Size (in.)||16|
|Application Type||Hauling||Assembly Required||Yes|
|Bed/Tray Material||Plastic||Capacity (cu. ft.) - Total||17 cu ft|
|Cart Tilt (degrees)||45||Features||Assembly Required, Pneumatic Tires, Rust Resistant|
|Fits Brands||Universal||Fits Brands||Universal|
|Fits Models||All models with rear hitch plate||Included||No additional items or accessories included|
|Product Weight (lb.)||105 lb||Returnable||90-Day|
|Weight Capacity (lb.)||850 lb|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 Years|
A: Hello lanL, and thanks for the question! Here are the bed dimensions for the PCT-17BH. 58.5"L x 39.5"W x 15.5"D. if you have any questions, please call customer service at 877.728.8224. I hope this helps you!
A: Yes it is bigger than a standard wheel barrow. I pull it with my quad easily. My only negative is it doesn't dump as far as I would like. I have to hit the dump then use a shovel to get the rest of whatever is in there out. Having the back removable would be way better.
A: you should be able to pull it. it is slightly larger than wheelbarrow but very light weight. we use it in an industrial application and pull it with an electric cushman stock chaser with no problems.
A: A wheelbarrow is anywhere from 4.5 cu ft to 6 cu ft. This cart is 17cu ft! Anything with a tongue hitch can pull this cart. We pull it with rider mowers and ATVs. We haul loads of split wood in this cart. We’ve hauled dirt, leaves, plants, and anything we need to move.
A: Yes it’s bigger then standard wheelbarrow. My toro riding lawn mower pulls it so I’m sure your John Deere can.
A: This trailer's capacity is 17 cubic feet which is more than double the volume of a standard wheelbarrow. I don't have a john deere riding mower, but from my knowledge of john deere's reputation I don't doubt that it could pull this trailer with ease assuming the trailer was not overloaded beyond it' weight limit.
A: 1. I put more in this cart than I could put in a standard wheelbarrow and the cart does not tip over. 2. I pull this cart with a John Deere E-130 up and down hills with no problem, not even when fully loaded. I find this cart more efficient than the 10 cubic foot model, it carries my tools, a load of wood and or dirt. I wish I could get sides for the cart, I have dimensions but I am making do with just the cart for now.
A: Hello Sohan and thank you for the question. Yes, most standard wheelbarrows are either 6 or 8 cu ft and the PCT-17BH is 17 cuft. Yes your e100 is compatible with PCT-17BH. Please reach out to the customer service team with any questions. You can call us at 877-728-8224, email us at email@example.com, or live chat with us on www.brinly.com. We look forward to helping you!
A: Yes and Yes
A: Yes it is bigger and I would think you can pull it with a riding lawnmower. I use my Rv kubota . I just love it , very useful lightweight but sturdy I’m an older lady
A: Too much weight is put on the towing hitch..... the front wheels of the mower tend to get lifted off the ground......
A: I was not aware that it did. I’ve been using it with a Toro zero turn mower for as long as I’ve owned it...works fine.
A: Thank you for your question and interest in our product! Our 17 cubic foot cart should not be towed with a ZTR Mower because of the balance of weight distribution and speed requirements. The cart should be pulled at a max of 8mph and can hold 850lbs.
A: The answers regarding the weight distribution resulting in the front wheels of a ZTR tipping upwards can happen with heavier loads. Many ZTRs now come with weighted plates mounted to the front to help. You can get a kit and install it to remedy this.