Absolutely. You might have to be aware of the weight of the concrete you are hauling. But this cart is a work horse. Not good on mud.
Briggs & Stratton Store online. A little cheaper, but with shipping, about the same as HD.
Hello on the website in the specifications it says 88 lbs.
Sure, here's a link, hopefully you'll be satisfied with that thing because I sure wasn't. https://www.homedepot.com/b/Outdoors-Outdoor-Power-Equipment-Replacement-Engines-Parts-Replacement-Parts-Outdoor-Power-Batteries-Chargers/Snapper-XD/N-5yc1vZbxd3Z1z0kgzd?storeSelection=3859,6931,3824,3809,3804&experienceName=default
This utility cart should be fine to use for that particular purpose as long as you keep some things in mind. The loading/weight capacity for this cart is 220 pounds. We do not recommend using the utility cart on a slope greater than 16.7 degrees, especially when loaded. You will want to exercise caution when going up and down the slope/hill and make sure that you do not park the cart directly on the slope as well. You can find the Briggs & Stratton 82V 2.0 Ah battery (model number 1760266) here: https://thd.co/2K3c80y, the 82V 4.0 Ah battery (model 1760265) here: https://thd.co/3eJ3YYJ, and the 82V battery charger (model 1760263) for those batteries here: https://thd.co/2V5psIa
Thanks for the answer, but the problem is that the batteries are out of stock and can't be purchased separately from available tool kits. Disappointing. I didn't purchase this product because of this issue.