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Promoted 04-28-2016 by Randy71 at 02:53 PM View Original Post
Update: Now available exclusively to Prime members only

Amazon.com offers its Prime Members Gorilla Garden Dump Cart (1200-Lb Capacity, GOR866D) for $99. Shipping is free. Thanks andrewn4306

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Written by Randy71

This dump cart is highly rated receiving 4.5 out of 5 stars based on over 1000 Amazon Reviews

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Edited April 28, 2016 at 02:48 PM by Randy71
Amazon has a special on Gorilla Cart 5.5 cu ft for $99. Original price is $130. This cart is the big one that hold up to 1200 lbs.

http://www.amazon.com/Gorilla-Car...B00B0C683K
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Home Depot sells the same cart so PM for an additional 10% off.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Gorill.../204143839
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Last edited by darkNiGHTS April 27, 2016 at 08:40 AM
#4
This cart is the best. I will never use a Wheelbarrow again. In fact, anybody wanna buy a used Kobalt Wheelbarrow? ;-)
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I'd definitely pick this up if I hadn't gotten the smaller from Sears a couple months ago from a deal on here. Good price for this one. Repped.
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Been looking at these, but they're kind of small.. I'm going to go with this one for the same price:

http://www.lowes.com/ProductDispl...1-YTL22138

It only holds 400 pounds, but I don't think I'll need more than that?
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Quote from jhooper View Post :
Been looking at these, but they're kind of small.. I'm going to go with this one for the same price:

http://www.lowes.com/ProductDispl...1-YTL22138 [lowes.com]

It only holds 400 pounds, but I don't think I'll need more than that?
The Blue Hawk one is larger; however, it seems you need something to pull/tow it with. The 1200LB weight capacity is probably overkill on the Gorilla...

However, if you do need the extra space (almost double the cubic feet), 400LB should be more than enough depending on your intentions with it with the Blue Hawk. As for a general/garden cart, i would pick the Gorilla Cart personally.
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#8
I have this exact sized one and I am very happy getting the higher capacity weight limit.
I've thrown 50-60lb concrete solid blocks into it causing only scratches, no cracks, breaks. I've filled it fully with dirt/clay and the dumping feature is excellent.
Yes you could get the lower weight one but I'm sure you can get way past that limit pretty fast.
I've had it for over a year, works great. Any questions, ask away
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#9
This cart is excellent and I've had up to 800# in mine and remains durable. The bolts will rust out (seems like the day after you put it together) so painting them is recommended; especially the bolt heads in the bottom of the bin.

- repped
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Quote from darkNiGHTS View Post :
Home Depot sells the same cart so PM for an additional 10% off.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Gorill.../206762395

Just a heads up, but that one in the link is a different model. It's easy to miss, but I believe that one is the 'lighter' model. Smilie

Also, it shows 129.99 at my local Home Depot. It could just be different prices at different stores though! laugh out loud

TU and repped! This same cart is 129.99 on Amazon. Just ordered one for $89.10 plus tax. (With this deal combined with one of those 'unmentionable' Lowe's coupons)

Thank you!
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Last edited by Ameyli April 27, 2016 at 08:25 AM
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Quote from Ameyli View Post :
Just a heads up, but that one in the link is a different model. It's easy to miss, but I believe that one is the 'lighter' model. Smilie

Also, it shows 129.99 at my local Home Depot. It could just be different prices at different stores though! laugh out loud

TU and repped! This same cart is 129.99 on Amazon. Just ordered one for $89.10 plus tax. (With this deal combined with one of those 'unmentionable' Lowe's coupons)

Thank you!
Oops, thanks for catching that. Updated link to include correct model.

It does show $129.99 at HD. Then you go a store associate and you price match Lowes and they give you an additional 10% off.
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#12
another thumbs up for these, very well constructed, easy to pull, also easy to flip handle around and hook up to atv or riding mower to use for trailer.

as for the metal ones, i have gone through several and while they are larger, you can literally mound stuff up in the gorilla one, much more stable, and it doesn't bend, wear out, and has tons better tires... have had mine 3 years i believe, never even put air in tires and it gets a lot of use.
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Anyone know how hard it is to find replacement tires for these? The tires are always the first thing to go out here.
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Anyone know how hard it is to find replacement tires for these? The tires are always the first thing to go out here.
I've had my cart for 1 year plus without tire/ wheel issues. Careful to not over fill with air. I bought a bike air pump to prevent blowing them up, but mainly just to keep on hand when using the cart away from the house. I don't bother checking the tires prior to using the cart so the petal pump is nice to have once I get the cart loaded and see 1 tire is slack.

Replacing the wheels should be an easy find.
http://www.tiresusa.com/lawn-gard...cart-tires
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#15
Terrible deal I bought mine a couple months ago for 69 on a special
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