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Select Lowe's Stores: Truper 6-Cubic Foot Steel Wheelbarrow EXPIRED

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Lowe's offers select locations: Truper 6-Cubic Foot Steel Wheelbarrow (TS6-GR-LW 34401) on clearance for $17.49 (price valid on orders placed for store pickup/delivery in select zip codes only). Select free store pickup where stock permits. Where available, parcel shipping is free for MyLowe's members (free to join). Thanks johnthegrump

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I wasn't sure how to update a title, so maybe merge this post with my original? It is now about $18 with pickup available at some stores! I cant figure out how to put picture on the post on the slickdeals app either if anyone can help.

QA Edit: OOS for shipping/pick up, so in store only now

https://m.lowes.com/pd/product/1000002910

Non-mobile link: https://www.lowes.com/pd/product/1000002910

https://brickseek.com/lowes-inven...1000002910

Ergo handles provide an improved feel and allow maximum control while using the wheelbarrow

Wide ergo grips allow for better hand placement at lift and easier dumping of any size load

Upgraded steel tray will handle the toughest jobs

Steel handles provide improved strength and durability

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Went to the store to check it out in person. The front wheel brace will hit the ground if you raise the real handle slightly. I can see this as a major annoyance. For 18 bucks it's still cheap but I'll probably pass
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Thanks OP. I personally haven't had luck with steel versions lasting. Would suggest this one as an upgraded alternative. Also 75% off so $35 for a better quality one.
JACKSON 5.75-cu ft Thermoform Wheelbarrow
https://m.lowes.com/pd/JACKSON-5-...w/50420106
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The location of that front brace is always a catch-22.

For wheeling it around, you'd want it as high as possible so it doesn't accidentally catch on anything. But for dumping the contents, you'd want it as low as possible so the pivot point quickly transfers from the wheel to it.

The best location is always going to be a compromise between the two and will vary from person to person. So I suggest that you just buy it at this bargain price and try it. If the brace location is not perfect for your individual needs, then get out your power tools and adjust it until it is.
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Thanks OP! 2 available near me for the $18 price. This will be much nicer than my blue hawk POS I bought a few years ago
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Thanks OP. I personally haven't had luck with steel versions lasting. Would suggest this one as an upgraded alternative. Also 75% off so $35 for a better quality one.
JACKSON 5.75-cu ft Thermoform Wheelbarrow
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Went to the store to check it out in person. The front wheel brace will hit the ground if you raise the real handle slightly. I can see this as a major annoyance. For 18 bucks it's still cheap but I'll probably pass
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Thanks OP, ordered 2 for in store pickup
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Several stores in the Sterling Heights MI area have them for the $18.00

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I think I'll pass. The front is too low and I'd rather have a flat-free tire. Good price if you really need one though.
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Purchased a few weeks ago for $31 and called up to get it price matched over the phone. I see alot of people complaining about the front catching but for $18 why not give it a try. Maybe I can Jimmy the front and fix that anyhow. Thanks!
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Went to the store to check it out in person. The front wheel brace will hit the ground if you raise the real handle slightly. I can see this as a major annoyance. For 18 bucks it's still cheap but I'll probably pass
Seems like several reviewers say the same thing and I have enough hills to cover that this isn't worth it for me. Maybe I'll check out the Jackson one for $35

But right now I just use a deer sled to move stuff around.
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Was able to find for 31. Even worth it at that price. Thanks and rep
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Great if 18, but not worth it 27-52. Flimsy weak metal prices to hold it together. Homedepot 69 one is a lot better.
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Nice find, thanks OP.
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Purchased a few weeks ago for $31 and called up to get it price matched over the phone. I see alot of people complaining about the front catching but for $18 why not give it a try. Maybe I can Jimmy the front and fix that anyhow. Thanks!
I was wondering the same thing, Could the metal bar be rotated up? Would that help any or are you still going to hit on the ends of the handles. Thanks!
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In for 1 thanks op. i spent more than that on 2 handles, and time bolting new
oversized washers on my old junk one since the bucket holes had rusted (and it stays outside).

I would go jackson though if you can, it's tons better, stable, and solid.
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