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Gorilla Yard Cart with Dump. $69.98

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I saw the Worx dolly on another thread and wanted to share this.
I have this yard cart and it's been invaluable for house things. It's great for moving mulch or dirt because you can load it with way more than a normal wheelbarrow, you don't have to worry about balancing on a single wheel either.
The dump feature has been handy, although it would be too heavy for a smaller person to dump a full load.

It's also been handy to have for taking out the trash or clearing out the garage.

It's not difficult to assemble but it's awkward as hell with 1 person.


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In for one, Amazon Warehouse had it for $60 with 6 left in stock yet.

EDIT: FWIW, our intended use is going to be hauling larger loads of grass clippings from the front yard to the back yard instead of hauling the smaller bag off the mower one trip at a time.
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These have always looked somewhat appealing but there are just inherent weaknesses. Pulling something of any weight, is hard then pushing (wheelbarrow). Moving stone and the like would be much easier with a wheel barrow unless your not going across different terrains or elevations. Now if you just use it to move light weight stuff like the pictures show, great. Probably great for mulch.
Your crazy, pulling is way easier. Pulling inherently creates less friction since you are creating a bit of upward force where as pushing creates a bit of downward force.
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These have always looked somewhat appealing but there are just inherent weaknesses. Pulling something of any weight, is hard then pushing (wheelbarrow). Moving stone and the like would be much easier with a wheel barrow unless your not going across different terrains or elevations. Now if you just use it to move light weight stuff like the pictures show, great. Probably great for mulch.
Laws of Physics say otherwise Smilie pulling is better... also helps as birth control for some people!
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These have always looked somewhat appealing but there are just inherent weaknesses. Pulling something of any weight, is hard then pushing (wheelbarrow). Moving stone and the like would be much easier with a wheel barrow unless your not going across different terrains or elevations. Now if you just use it to move light weight stuff like the pictures show, great. Probably great for mulch.
Great point I didn't even consider. This cart would be terrible for unlevel terrain. It has no brakes or wheel locks.
Thanks for pointing that out.
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Laws of Physics say otherwise Smilie pulling is better... also helps as birth control for some people!
Is there a deal for birth control pills? 😂😅 Maybe that will help..
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I have the 1200 pound version of this and just pulled a load of rocks through my hilly yard. What I like about the cart compared to a wheelbarrow is that I don't have to worry about my back, I am fairly tall and the wheelbarrow forces me to hunch forward slightly which is just terrible for my back. No such problems with the cart.

The one downside I would mention is that you have to be mindful of how you park it on a hill as the skids on a wheelbarrow work as anchors while the gorilla cart has four wheel that will roll. Not really a. Issue though as long as you remember
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Where is the good price, these are always 70
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This is no deal. You can this one for 70 all the time.
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Your crazy, pulling is way easier. Pulling inherently creates less friction since you are creating a bit of upward force where as pushing creates a bit of downward force.
I agree with the other guy. Depends what you're doing.

I think stability is the issue. Wheelbarrow you fully control it.

This, when I'm on my hilly yard, I find it tipping to the side. Once I had it tumble onto its side and all rocks spilled out.

I wouldn't imagine this would happen as much with a wheelbarrow where you have full control.

That said, I do like it, it's strong, and easy to maneuvering levels ground.

Price is no deal as I purchased it for $70 from Home Depot a month ago at regular price.
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I agree with the other guy. Depends what you're doing.

I think stability is the issue. Wheelbarrow you fully control it.

This, when I'm on my hilly yard, I find it tipping to the side. Once I had it tumble onto its side and all rocks spilled out.

I wouldn't imagine this would happen as much with a wheelbarrow where you have full control.

That said, I do like it, it's strong, and easy to maneuvering levels ground.

Price is no deal as I purchased it for $70 from Home Depot a month ago at regular price.
Sure, there would definitely be some random times when a wheelbarrow is better. But I was replying to his initial general statement that pulling any weight is harder then pushing.

I do agree that the price isn't great though. Per ccc, it's been at this price for over a year and occasionally even dips lower.
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