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YMMV - Select HomeDepot stores have 6 Cu Heavy Duty 1,200 lbs Gorilla Carts for $99

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Found 6 cu Gorilla Cart (1,200 lb Heavy-Duty Poly Dump Cart) at local HomeDepot for sale. Marked down from $139 to $99.. Savings of $40!!

There was one in the store in N Sugarland TX. I don't need it but thought someone can use this info.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/206762395
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Brickseek link...please
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BS link to HD inventory on this item [brickseek.com]

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I have a gorilla cart and the damn thing is indestructible. It's not this exact model mine actually has more metal but it's been in the Florida weather for years thru rain season, Florida sun, a couple hurricanes, hooked it to my rider mower to do landscaping and dump, it just keeps going and won't rust. Just put some air in the tires every once in a while.
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I have a gorilla cart and the damn thing is indestructible. It's not this exact model mine actually has more metal but it's been in the Florida weather for years thru rain season, Florida sun, a couple hurricanes, hooked it to my rider mower to do landscaping and dump, it just keeps going and won't rust. Just put some air in the tires every once in a while.
Reading the reviews on this cart, seems the experience is much different than the cart you have.

So many problems with tires leaking, bearings failing, rust, broken welds, plastic tub cracks, tipping over, under capacity, etc.
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I have this exact cart. First time using it I was loading it with split wood from a downed tree. Was tossing the wood in from about 3 feet away. Third piece of wood put a nice big crack down the side of the tub. Multiple emails and calls to Gorilla and I never got a response. My True Temper two wheeled wheelbarrow has taken more abuse for a longer time and held up much better.
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I have this exact cart. First time using it I was loading it with split wood from a downed tree. Was tossing the wood in from about 3 feet away. Third piece of wood put a nice big crack down the side of the tub. Multiple emails and calls to Gorilla and I never got a response. My True Temper two wheeled wheelbarrow has taken more abuse for a longer time and held up much better.
Based on some youtube reviews and personal quality check of this item I reckon this can't withstand the normal contractor style abuse such as throwing bricks, stones or big chunks of wood.. This is good for gentle use in the backyard.. one video shows carrying 400lbs of bricks but the bricks itself needs to be placed gently into them.. after all it is plastic!
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I have this exact cart. First time using it I was loading it with split wood from a downed tree. Was tossing the wood in from about 3 feet away. Third piece of wood put a nice big crack down the side of the tub. Multiple emails and calls to Gorilla and I never got a response. My True Temper two wheeled wheelbarrow has taken more abuse for a longer time and held up much better.
When you treat your stuff like crap it won't last long.
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