dealsgorilla garden dump cart for $63.99

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I have this cart, and it is such a back saver. Now if they could just figure out a self loading cart....

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I have had this cart for over seven years and moved thousands of pounds with it. Small trees, yards of dirt, mulch, and it is fun for my kids to be pulled in it. When I load it to the the max and beyond I use the law tractor to tow it. Cannot stress enough about how this saves you in the yard, no need for a wheelbarrow. This is a very good price, less than what I paid seven years ago for it.

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Thank you, guys. I'm forwarding this link on to my man servant husband. Our current garden tote is on its last wheels. It's great for light weight stuff but with a broken bottom, it can't hold much weight.

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@red13red26: Point of clarification, the "thousands of pounds" was a cumulative reference. It is rated for 600 lbs and it will do it, it will sink into the grass bad (St. Augustine), but it will do it.

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Be sure to read the reviews on the Sears site before you decide to purchase. I was not impressed and decided for the price I would not purchase.

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I've had this for two years now and I love it. It's a lot easier on my back than a wheelbarrow and it can carry a lot of weight. Would definitely recommend this to anyone.

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"Hey, watch where you're going, I'm carrying a Gorilla-sized dump over here!" is a phrase I can finally say without feeling shame.

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For anyone who has experience with this, there's no wheel locking mechanism they forgot to mention in the description by chance (like by twisting the handle 90 degrees or something)? Might want one of these if it won't roll away on a slightly hilly area. They say it is 'designed' for any terrain so that would be an added benefit. Thanks.

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@iguana71: No wheel lock, so yes it will roll at a slight incline. Other than that, it's a nice little workhorse. I used it to move about 8 tons of paver tones a few weeks ago. I probably loaded about 300 pounds per load. More than that and it's tough to roll over grass and lawn. Currently, it's my gardening/BBQ cart, and I'm pretty happy with it. Bought it last month at home depot for $65.

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@sharka222: That is a different model. Not sure what all differences but you can see the difference in the handles. There seems to be at least a couple versions with letters like GOR200-D vs. GOR200.

There is also another one at sears that looks more like the homedepot one you listed and it's close (better by about $4) than the homedepot price too:

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_07164409000P?vName=Lawn%20&%20Garden&cName=OutdoorTools&Supplies&sName=Wheelbarrows%20&%20Garden%20Cartsmv=rr

But then again, the model numbers don't match as that one is GOR200-B lol.

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@jesterfx: The difference in the HD one and the Sears one is that the Sears model allows you to attach it to the 'hitch' on your riding mower with the pin mechanism. The HD model is just a standard loop handle that won't let you do that. I don't have a riding mower yet (it's in the plans), but given the prices of each I'd still rather have the one that's towable.

@iguana71: Like @chandin said, there's no wheel lock, but given the range of movement of the front wheels you can always just turn them as far to the side as they'll go to prevent it from rolling on a hill. They turn almost 90 degrees as I recall.

I own this one. I love it. It's easy to put together (yes, it comes unassembled) and is very well-built. It's incredibly handy, whether you're moving mulch, dirt, limbs, leaves or whatever...or even just for hauling yard tools around so you don't have to make multiple trips. I installed landscape lighting around my house this spring and used this thing to haul all the parts around

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@chandin: @bdoug399: Thanks to you both for the info. :)