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  • Durable 38-inch x 21-inch steel mesh bed and 10-inch pneumatic tires
  • New frame design allows for quick and easy assembly while offering improved maneuverability, rigidity, and ground clearance
  • Removable steel mesh sides for added versatility when carrying larger loads
  • Padded pull handle makes it easy to pull up to 800-pounds
  • 1-year limited warranty
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not bad... 7 bux below lowest on CCC
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Also Walmart but no pickup discount for me
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I want the smaller version to convert to a pier fishing cart. I snagged the smaller version from Kmart for 35 or less thanks to SD , but that one already has a purpose 😡😡😡
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Also Walmart but no pickup discount for me
Can you provide a link to Walmart? I can't seem to find it on their website. Thank you.
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From the picture this one lacks the reversible handle (pull/tow).
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800 lbs seems too heavy for a cart. I would prefer something lighter.
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From the picture this one lacks the reversible handle (pull/tow).
I am waiting for the 1200 lb cart to go back on sale for $100 that has the towing handle. Missed it last month. I have a convertible dolly/hand truck that lays flat on 2 wheels and 2 casters. I can make a platform bed for it easily. I've been thinking about ways to hook it up to the riding mower so I don't have to have another cart taking up space in the garage.
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I am waiting for the 1200 lb cart to go back on sale for $100 that has the towing handle. Missed it last month. I have a convertible dolly/hand truck that lays flat on 2 wheels and 2 casters. I can make a platform bed for it easily. I've been thinking about ways to hook it up to the riding mower so I don't have to have another cart taking up space in the garage.
We currently have the 1200lb gorilla dump cart with the convertible tow handle- I think I'd prefer the one that can be used as a flat bed- but the tow handle is worth it.

I can pull +\- 400 lbs across the lawn with that cart no problem, much more than that and towing it would be the only way to go, making that handle a must. On a hard surface not having it more get not be a bad deal, but that's not my application for one of these.
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I want the smaller version to convert to a pier fishing cart. I snagged the smaller version from Kmart for 35 or less thanks to SD , but that one already has a purpose 😡😡😡
Any photos of the finished cart
Was thinking the same thing
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800 lbs seems too heavy for a cart. I would prefer something lighter.

Same...................shake head
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800 lbs seems too heavy for a cart. I would prefer something lighter.
That's how much it can carry not how much it weighs...
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800 lbs seems too heavy for a cart. I would prefer something lighter.
I have the heavier duty one from Costco - also has a dump capability. It came in handy when I was excavating an egress window and used it to deposit a concrete slab used for the outside AC unit that was near where I was excavating (using thumb/bucket) onto the wagon. Then when I was ready to re-place the slab after filling the hole, all I had to do is trundle the 700lb slab it over to the new location and slide it off.

These wagons are very useful and their uses become myriad over the years. First big use was when I had a couple of cords of wood dumped on my driveway - the wagon ferried the wood load by load rather quickly.

So, buy the baddest wagon you can find - you'll thank yourself!

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Not a fan of this style of cart. I had a blue hawk rebrand from Lowe's and the tube that the steering bearing sits on completely rusted away which made the cart unusable. It's a weak design because there's nothing supporting the front axle from forward or backwards forces. I did get the harbor freight cart and the steering is much beefier. It uses links like in your car's steering system and everything is much more braced. The HF cart is probably one of the few HF items I have ever been impressed by in terms of the engineering that went into the design.
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