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Model #GOR4G-COM

600 lb. Poly Garden Dump Cart

  • Incredibly easy unloading with the quick-release dumping feature
  • Easy to assemble and simple to use alternative to a wheelbarrow
  • Easy to clean and rust-resistant
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Product Overview

The newly-designed Gorilla Carts Poly Garden Dump Cart has an innovative, updated frame design that allows for quicker assembly in just a few minutes. The cart features the patented quick-release dumping system, which allows the cart to be loaded and unloaded with ease and the balanced 4-wheel design makes it a simple-to-use alternative to a wheelbarrow. The durable poly bed is easy to clean and won’t rust and the 10 in. pneumatic tires are designed to handle any terrain whether you’re hauling heavy dirt, mulch, gravel or plants. With a 600 lb. hauling capacity, this cart is perfect for the casual gardener or the lawn professional and is a great alternative to a standard wheelbarrow anywhere around the home, garden or farm.
  • Patented quick-release dumping system
  • Durable, sturdy poly tub is easy to clean and won't rust
  • 10 in. pneumatic tires can handle any terrain
  • 600 lb. load capacity
  • Balanced 4-wheel design
  • California residents

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Capacity (cu. ft.) - Total
Dump Cart
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Product Weight (lb.)
Tire Type
Pneumatic Tires
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Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1-Year Limited

Questions & Answers


Why has this been discontinued? I have one and use it all the time! I love it so much I was think...

Asked by Debra July 4, 2018

The cart is still available however now only in black, where for whatever odd reason there used to be 2. Seach "gorilla cart" in the homedepot site and you will see. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Gorilla-Carts-600-lb-Poly-Garden-Dump-Cart-GOR4PS/206762393

What is the difference between gorilla cart 600lb model #GOR4PS for $69.97 And the Gorilla cart 6...

Asked by patricia April 5, 2018

I have the green one, G model. Here is my unprofessional opinion. The wheels looked bolted together on the PS. Two wheel pieces bolted to make a complete wheel. Three bolts hold the wheel pieces together. On the G the wheels are one piece. Formed or welded together. Take a close look at the wheels and you’ll see what I mean. Probably operates the same, but long term the wheels could collect moisture and rust, compromising the air chamber. tires may not hold air well when that happens. Eventually the wheels could break. Perhaps this is not likely. Anyway that was enough for me. Worth the $15, especially since I had a $25 gift card at the time :-) I’ve used the G model for all sorts of materials. The stack of car tires caused the plastic to flex, but no permanent damage. Let’s see, 2 years now of 200-400lb loads.

JUST BOUGHT Gorilla Cart Model # GOR4G-COM. GREEN 600#, THEN SAW IT THIS WARNING: "California's P...

Asked by Pam May 21, 2017

California is... No offense :-) Formaldehyde is frequently used in plastic manufacturing. It’s not the most healthy stuff. What little is left after manufacturing, slowly escapes from the plastic over time. Like new car smell, only new car smell is safe. Just don’t put the cart in a bag that would trap the gas and breath that gas for the next ten years. :-)

can you mix 80 pound bags of ready mix concrete in this 600 pound gorilla cart?

Asked by scooter May 18, 2017

I haven’t, but I do t see why not. If you can lift the bags into the cart and mix, you should be strong enough to lift the cart to dump the concrete. I’d recommend rinsing the cart out after use. :-)

How many cubic feet of volume does it hold?

Asked by drake May 8, 2017

4 cubic feet when level but that is somewhat misleading as you can load over the top with most items like stone or top soil.

Are these in stock at The Home Depot stores?

Asked by April April 20, 2017

They may have one at your store but most stores sell out of them fast, you can order online from home or they can do it for you at the local store and ship it right to you, most items shipped free.


Asked by DEE April 17, 2017

Contact Gorilla Carts https://gorillacarts.com

Can I pull my cart with my mower? If so, how do I attach it?

Asked by DMcCollumn April 13, 2017

You could pull the cart with a mower though it is not designed for that. Just place the handle between the hook points and drop your pin in.

What is the length of the handle - I want to stand up straight when pulling it.

Asked by KEITH April 6, 2017

The handle is about 30" long and it is easy to pull the cart with that length, no bending needed. I have new joints as a lot of older folks do and this cart pulls easy, turns easy and dumps easy. You should have no problem with it.

can this be purchased assembled?

Asked by Suzy April 3, 2017

Yes if the store near you has them in stock they do sell them assembled but note, they do sell fast, and they may have no stock left. The cart does assemble easily however.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 94 reviews
  • 97% recommend this product
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This cart is perfect! First, the other reviews that mentioned how easy it is to put together are...
This cart is perfect! First, the other reviews that mentioned how easy it is to put together are right. I had a long day before picking up the item and didn't think I could pay attention enough to assemble the cart, but I ignored common sense and started assembling it late at night. Everything is packaged to correspond to the steps, with very detailed images, in the instructions. I usually screw up assembly and I got this right on the first try. The cart was put to use the next day. I had to cut up some downed trees for firewood and this cart made the work simple. The best part of the cart, other than the dump feature, are the tires. They are huge and roll over anything. I then filled the cart up with a bunch of large rocks for landscaping and it hauled and dumped them like a champ. This would be a bargain at twice the price. One note, though...make sure you have a tire pump, as the tires on mine were not fully inflated.
by Marc
6 people found this helpful
I was looking for a garden/yard cart so I was happy when they came on sale. I read all the review...
I was looking for a garden/yard cart so I was happy when they came on sale. I read all the reviews on the one i bought and everyone that would meet my needs. The biggest complaints I read were about putting it together and the rubber smell. The tools listed to put it together with are not the best option by any means a ratchet/socket wrench or a ratcheting box wrench and a short flat blade screwdriver are much faster and easier use. The smell when you walk into your garage is like walking into a tire store, i don't mind it. I will say that the tires must be pumped up to 30# psi so if you don't have a pump to do that before you put the wheels on take them to the gas station and air them up. It took me just under 30 min to put together. The cart easily carries the weight and pulls easy, the dump feature is nice and works well. Cart is very stable and maneuverable. I find it a great investment. I have had it a month but put it to work as soon as it was put together as my grand-kids old wagon just did not cut it.
by Chef
3 people found this helpful
We love it. Better than a wheel barrow....
We love it. Better than a wheel barrow.
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
Good poly cart with some drawbacks
I wanted a cart for my small lawn jobs like hauling some mulch and pebbles. This is something that I think would be able to get the job done. There are few annoyances but once you are over that you should be good. Here are the annoyances: 1. Upon unboxing, there is a strong stench of some commercial chemicals that might have been used to make the plastic tray. 2. The assembly is not a 1 person job for sure. You would need two people to get the job done and about 30 minutes of time. 3. The nuts and bolts are not easy to put and there are no tools shipped along with it to do the job. 4. The plastic tray is very flexible and not sure if it will hold 600 pounds weight. But as I said, I am not looking to put a load anywhere close to that. It's a good product but certainly there is a room for improvement in it. I have used other Gorilla products and have been impressed with them. Overall, for me, the cart works just fine and am happy with it.
by sagu
17 people found this helpful
Ready to Roll!
I finally have a cart to help me in the garden and around the yard! This Gorilla Garden Cart came disassembled in the box which at first seems quite daunting until you look at the nuts and bolts nicely compartmentalized and vacuum packed in plastic. (See the photos below) These directions are probably the best laid out diagrams I have ever seen! No words needed. Step 1 shows you the pieces needed first and you go to the card with all of the parts and pull out the Step 1 parts. The directions show that you need to have a Phillips screwdriver and two wrenches or pliers. I was able to put it all together by myself within a half hour. Even though the locking nuts ensure that the pieces don't come apart I had difficulty screwing them down completely so I pulled out a 13mm socket/rachet wrench which made the work so much faster. At first I thought that the poly bed was too flexible; I didn't think it would be durable but ,thankfully, I was wrong! I can put branches and wood into the cart without a problem. If the bed of the cart weren't slightly bendable it would probably break. It has a sturdy base that doesn't allow the cart to tip over easily. This company also makes other garden carts of different sizes and the reviewers mentioned the smell when you opened the box. I noticed that the pneumatic tires had a strong rubber smell but who cares? The cart stays outside anyway and after they aired out I never noticed the smell again. Overall, I really enjoy this durable garden cart which easily travels over hills and bumps in the terrain. I would highly recommend this cart!
by Stephen
15 people found this helpful
Perfect Helpmate in the Garden
Love this little wagon/dumptruck! I have used it to distribute soil, mulch and rainwater all over my yard. Also use it to hold yardwaste bags while I pull weeds or empty lawnmower bag. My husband used it to carry tools, etc while building our new fence. Love it!
by WTTinCanada
wonderful cart
this cart is invaluable for its diversity, durability, functionality and overall ease of use. Not only good for hauling dirt, but I can stack the trash for the curb in one swoop, buy 40lb bags of bird seed and transport to the shed for easy removable and last but not least I don't have to haul a case of beer to the fridge without injuring myself
by samantha
Better than a wheelbarrow
We used it first to shift soil from front to back of the house, we were so happy that this unit is so much easier to use than the traditional wheelbarrow for many reasons
by Allan
Has a bad smell! ...
Has a bad smell!
by Bob
I do not think this could hold 600 pounds and dump 300 pounds, it's just too light weight. The p...
I do not think this could hold 600 pounds and dump 300 pounds, it's just too light weight. The plastic is too thin and flimsy. You need 2 people to put the nuts and bolts in as you have to keep the screw from turning and making a bigger hole... it has a square base under the screw head. As the nuts are the kind with nylon in them... it's a 2 person job. Came with 2 flats on the tires already, so hoping they hold air.... I think a metal cart would have been a better choice.
by Lilly
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