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Model #GOR10-COM

1,500 lb. Super Heavy-Duty Poly Dump Cart

  • Huge 10 cu. ft. capacity heavy-duty poly bed
  • Patented quick-release dumping feature for easy unloading
  • 15 in. all-terrain turf tires
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Product Overview

The newly-designed Gorilla Carts Heavy-Duty Dump Cart has an innovative, updated frame design that makes it quick and easy to assemble. Improved maneuverability and rigidity gives the cart a tight turning radius. Haul more with each load and finish the job faster and more efficiently with the high-strength poly bed and 10 cu. ft. capacity. The patented 2-in-1 handle with durable grip allows the cart to be hooked-up and towed behind a lawn tractor or ATV or pulled easily by hand. Heavy-duty 15 in. pneumatic tires keep this workhorse on the move and the patented dump feature allows the bed to tilt for easy unloading while keeping the cart balanced to prevent tipping. With a hauling capacity of 1,500 lbs., the GOR10-COM is the largest in the Gorilla Carts line of dump cart.
  • Patented quick-release dumping system
  • 1,500 lb. loading capacity
  • Balanced 4-wheel design
  • Durable and sturdy poly bed is easy to clean and won't rust
  • 15 in. pneumatic tires
  • Patented 2-in-1 handle allows cart to be towed or pulled by hand
  • Improved frame design is durable and easy to assemble
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
55.2
Product Height (in.)
30.2
Product Width (in.)
32.5
Wheel Size (in.)
15

Details

Bin Material
Plastic
Capacity (cu. ft.) - Total
10
Features
Dump Cart
Handle Material
Steel
Number of Wheels
4
Product Weight (lb.)
86
Returnable
90-Day
Tire Type
Pneumatic Tires
Weight Capacity (lb.)
1500.000
Wheel Material
Rubber

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1-year limited

Questions & Answers

16Questions33Answers

The last online sale was sold out instantly. When will this sale be repeated with sufficient on ...

Asked by Don February 27, 2018
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An owner of the product cannot answer this question, it must be answered by Home Depot management

whats the difference between the gor-10 com and the gor 10-16

Asked by Sean February 23, 2018
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The only difference that I know of is that gor-10 has a 15" tire and the 10-16 has 16" tire

yesterday when on sale it’s”out of stock” and today full price again now you have it? can I pay sale price today????

Asked by Granmama February 21, 2018
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Keep after them! It's well worth it, from one granmama to another. Very sturdy, I can easily pull uphill, empties with a simple tug of the latch. I kept a close eye on ads and ordered two immediately. You'll love yours. Might even give it a name, like a member of the family!

you were out of stock on these at 7:05 this morning when I received the email why would you offer something you didn't have

Asked by geeoplumber February 20, 2018
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Order online. They ship quickly.

How many of these did you have, my husband said you didn’t have any at 9am this morning.

Asked by Kel February 20, 2018
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I was going to ask the same question on the 20th, bc at 5am ET they usually update the Deal of the Day and i’m up checking my phone. At 7:47 am ET they were in-stock, at 7:59 am (just after I got done telling a friend about the deal) they were OUT OF STOCK Online! How could they have sold-out so quickly...? I wasn’t happy and was kicking myself bc I have been watching these for a year now (I documented the recent price hike too). Out of desperation and disbelief, I kept checking the item, and to my delight and amazement, it was back In Stock at 10:30am ET. I quickly ordered one and thanked my lucky stars. At 11:34am it was: Out Of Stock Online. Bought 2/20 and arrived 2/22. As of 2/27, it’s In Stock Online. Deal of the day On 10/26/2017 it was Reg. $253.62 and on sale for $224.99. The 2018 Reg. price is $295.24. So on the 20th, the product sold out within 3 hours, it briefly was back in stock (mybe for PST ppl) then was back out of stock. Some time in the afternoon, the Reg. $209.97 16” cart was added, bc the initial 3 models were all sold out. Incidentally, it is 2/27 and all carts are back in stock. Thoughts/Comments: 1. Deal of the Day deals most likely have a stop-loss purchase limit. 2. Know your prices and take snap-shots with your phone to help remember, that way you can quickly assess and react to a deal. 3. If it’s sold-out before you had a chance, wake-up earlier and check your phone at 2am PST daily. Because I’m up at 5 on the East Coast and the new deal is most always updated by that time.

Why did the regular price of this item increase from $239 to $295 in the span of just 2 months? ...

Asked by Katie9012 January 18, 2018
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There are two models of 1,500 lb. Super Heavy-Duty Poly Dump Cart on the website today, 02/08/2018: GOR10-COM ($295) and GOR10-16 ($210). Comparing the two online shows only two differences; the more expensive model has 15-inch "all-terrain" wheels, and the cheaper one has 16-inch wheels and weighs 6 lbs less.

Replacement parts for front wheel axil assembly

Asked by Richard September 26, 2017
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All parts can be bought from the manufacturer.

How does it pull through sand?

Asked by Patty August 30, 2017
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The tires are goid size and pull easily through anything. Live this cart.

Are the wheels made out of steel or plastic?. I currently have a 2 wheel dump cart with plastic ...

Asked by JC August 28, 2017
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Rubber

No shipping?

Asked by Bill May 24, 2017
4
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Homedepot has to answer that question.

1,500 lb. Super Heavy-Duty Poly Dump Cart - page 2

Customer Reviews

  • 4.8
    out of 55 reviews
  • 97% recommend this product
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Is this a tractor cart or a monster truck? (Video included)
I have had over many different tractor carts in my life. Some were very heavy duty, some were small, some were very large and some were just junk, but this is probably the most unique, all around coolest cart I have ever owned. Assembly: i remember back in the day it would take hours putting a cart like this together, but it only took me about an hour to get this set up. Everything came well packaged in the box, and all the hardware was included. That being said, it would probably be much easier with two people as its kind of awkward tightening the bolts while trying to hold them in place. The tub gets in your way a bit, but anyone should be able to follow the well written instructions. Sturdiness: as mentioned in the video below, I was a bit concerned when I first opened the box and felt the poly tub. It seemed a bit wobbly, but once I started installing the frame, it began to stiffen up to the point it felt very solid. The framing bolts on in pieces, but all of the pieces are actually weld instead of just screwed together. It will definitely hold up to the abuse you put it through. I do wish the tub was a bit thicker, but it is strong enough to handle a 1,500 load, and is good for the price. Tires and clearance: like mentioned in the title, this cart reminds me of a monster truck. The pneumatic tires are very large and sturdy, and the trees are very large. Because they set up so high, the frame sits very high off the ground which will allow you to take this over any terrain. You will have absolutely no problem going over rocks, dirt mounds or just about anything else in your way. The one thing that I did notice is that the tires smell kind of industrial. I am not sure if it is the material they use, or if it came from the process line? but you will definitely notice it once the box is open. Versatility: this is by far the most versatile cart I have ever owned. Not only can you tow the bedding your tractor, but you can also transform it into a pull cart simply by removing the carter pin. Once you take out the pin, you simply fold out the handle then reinsert he pin to keep it locked in place. If you want to reattach to the tractor, remove the pin again, and unfold the handle again. It litterly takes a minute to switch between the two. Dumping and towing: as stated in the video, all you need to do to dump is pull the lever and lift. The lever has a very smooth action, but it may take a bit of muscle to lift a full load. It does have a swivel and tilt action to help, but just don't over do it. I also really like that the tub stands straight up while dumping. This allows you you completely dump the dirt/rocks without having to shovel the rest out. This feature was well designed by the engineers, and makes dumping very easy. I also think that the towing on this cart is much easier than my others because of the extended attachment bar. Many of my other carts sit to close to the back of the tractor which in return makes it extremely hard to back up and/or make tight turns. Because of the longer attachment, I don't have to worry about jackknifing the cart into the tractor on every tight turn. Summary: with everything mentioned above, I can 100% say that you will love this Garilla Cart. Not only does it handle smoothly because of the swivel wheels, but it's versatile and can definitely handle any load that you can throw at it. P.s thanks for the super fast shipping!
by Cmill
25 people found this helpful
I have the older smaller version of this cart; the GOR886D. I have used it a couple seasons. I o...
I have the older smaller version of this cart; the GOR886D. I have used it a couple seasons. I only pull it by hand, and mostly use it for hauling firewood. It has been very helpful, but is wearing out. One tire leaked air from day one; I need to fill it every time before using. Three cotter pins had to be replaced, and all the connections have that wobbly play in them, like they are about to go. Yet, the thing I thought would go first, the bin, has held up great. No cracks and still sturdy. It has a couple design flaws (at least for a tall guy). When pulling, and facing away, it is difficult to get a good grip with both my hands. The hand loop should be a few inches wider. Also, when pulling a full load up an incline, the angle of the handle (the handle is straight on the older model) makes the front wheels lift up, and the entire cart will flip up on its back wheels and dump. On hills, I can only use a half load or push it; which makes it hard to steer. The Buy of the Day was this 1,500 pound version. I bought it, hoping the higher wheel base and bent arm, would make pulling by hand better for a tall guy. So far, it has not tipped over (backwards or sideways). It seems like a much improved design. The tires are holding air. When I dump it, the angle is better. So, all the contents spill out (no having to shake it and bounce it). The handle opening is the same size (8"), but it being higher seems to help. My only complaint ... it is heavy empty, and full it can be very hard to pull. Also, width makes it hard to get into certain spots. Hope it lasts longer than the smaller one!
by thedogscar
Very pleased with its performance ...
Very pleased with its performance
by HomeDepotCustomer
This cart is a beast! Can easily haul everything you...
This cart is a beast! Can easily haul everything you can think of with ease.
by DJO
Definitely heavy duty, meets my expectations ...
Definitely heavy duty, meets my expectations
by Brian
The wagon was easy to put together. Nich big size...
The wagon was easy to put together. Nich big size to carry stuff .
by HomeDepotCustomer
Better construction than I was expecting. Everything lined up well...
Better construction than I was expecting. Everything lined up well and went together easily. It is REALLY big!!
by HomeDepotCustomer
Really easy to put together , BIG !! Pulls effortlessly by hand, hauls huge loads.
Really easy to put together , BIG !! Pulls effortlessly by hand, hauls huge loads.
by Johndeeregreen
I got a few bruises putting it together trying to...
I got a few bruises putting it together trying to reach both sides of the bolts but once it was assembled I loved it. It is high but very easy to pull around. I am freeing up space in my shed getting rid of a large wheelbarrow, a pull-behind cart, and a small hand cart. I won't need them anymore
by MV
So far so good. It is still cold here in...
So far so good. It is still cold here in Wisconsin so haven't been able to use it yet but husband had no issues putting it together and it looks like it will work just fine for out summer projects.
by Amy
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