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Ames 4 cu. ft. Poly Lawn Cart EXPIRED

xmed 1,577 April 5, 2013 at 07:29 AM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 04-05-2013 at 01:58 PM View Original Post
Home Depot has Ames 4 cu. ft. Poly Lawn Cart for $19.88 with free store pickup only. Thanks xmed

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Edited April 3, 2014 at 04:43 PM by cricket702
Found this "Special Buy" item [homedepot.com] @ Home Depot $19.88.. [
  • In-store pickup
  • April 4-10
  • Military ID 10% Discount, as always (thx HD!)
I use one of these bought last year. Invaluable for gardening work, holding hand tools, etc.

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Make quick work of all your lawn and garden clean up with the Ames Easy Rollerâ„¢ lawn cart. Combining a generous 4 cubic feet of storage capacity with four wheels and an integrated tool tray, this cart is easy to use and helps you get the job done quickly. The all-poly construction is durable and corrosion resistant.
  • 4 cubic foot capacity
  • Integrated tool tray
  • Wide wheelbase
  • Poly construction
  • Length 45, Width 21.5, Height 30
  • Warranty 2 Years

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#106
I cant wait to get another. Overall, it's sturdy but cant be abused. someone in my sister's community garden busted mine. Less than a year old.
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Quote from grizybaer View Post :
I cant wait to get another. Overall, it's sturdy but cant be abused. someone in my sister's community garden busted mine. Less than a year old.
Just curious.... what did they do exactly? and what failed/broke?

was it overload it with dirt? overweigted the wheels?

Thanks in advance Smilie
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#108
This is a pretty cool cart. Yea, definitely not made to carry huge loads. And you might have trouble hauling this thing through uneven dirt lots but it's great. Someone earlier mentioned how they use it to mix soil - I did the same thing for my 4x4 garden beds. I think I got this at Home Depot a couple years back somewhere between $10-15... I don't recall but they were clearing them out and this was the last or second to last one. I remember using my zombie coupon to get it along with something else so it was pretty much free lol.
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#109
SO i picked it up yesterday...

--Good..that it fits relatively easily in my 2002 corolla backseat
--Good that it does have a flat bottom and good amount of usable storage
--Good the extra compartments
--Good. I easily pushed around 120lbs of charcoal(that i bought on same trip)
--Good..I had no problem rolling it around on grass/rocks and walkway
--Bad..i'm 5'9..with average wingspan..but i probably gotta crouch down to push it when its on all 4 wheels
--Bad--the overall unit feels sturdy..but like everyone else...the main thing that will probably brake is the wheels or the axel
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Quote from bitachu View Post :
SO i picked it up yesterday...

--Good..that it fits relatively easily in my 2002 corolla backseat
--Good that it does have a flat bottom and good amount of usable storage
--Good the extra compartments
--Good. I easily pushed around 120lbs of charcoal(that i bought on same trip)
--Good..I had no problem rolling it around on grass/rocks and walkway
--Bad..i'm 5'9..with average wingspan..but i probably gotta crouch down to push it when its on all 4 wheels
--Bad--the overall unit feels sturdy..but like everyone else...the main thing that will probably brake is the wheels or the axel
This is last years thread, post in this years
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#111
Quote from hvyhitter View Post :
totally not true.. you just have to go to the VA and get the updated ID card. Which means you have to apply for it.

but you didnt do that did you?

no.. you just post that HD doesn't support veterans.(Which I guess means giving them a 10% discount) Which is a lie.

http://ext.homedepot.com/communit...-discount/
I was 100% correct, just read what you quoted for their rules that YOU posted. The 'veterans' discount does NOT apply to 'all other' veterans, except on a couple of holidays. Which is exactly why I posted their change in policy to take back the discount previously offered. Reading is Fundamental!!!
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