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The Gorilla Carts 8 Cu. Steel Dump Cart is your ultimate tool for heavy-duty hauling. The oversized 39" x 28" steel bed has a 1,200 lb. hauling capacity, making it perfect for use around the garden, lawn, barn, or farm. The patented 2-in-1 convertible handle allows the cart to be towed behind a lawn tractor or ATV, or pulled easily by hand, and zero-turn steering means it's also easy to maneuver. The exclusive quick-release dumping system easily allows contents to be fully dumped and unloaded. The balanced, extra-wide base with 4-wheel stability allows you to tackle heavy landscaping or garden projects. High-quality 13 in. pneumatic tires keep this workhorse on the move and allow you to roll easily over any terrain. This strong and durable cart is always ready to take on your next big yard project.
Durable steel 39" x 28" bed
Patented full-dumping system is easy to unload
13" pneumatic tires can easily handle any terrain

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Gorill...hbdg=L1700
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Model: GORILLA CARTS 8 cu. Ft. Steel Dump Cart

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davelikesdeals2
03-28-2023 at 08:25 AM.
03-28-2023 at 08:25 AM.
If you're a new home owner with a good sized lawn, I recommend getting slightly bigger and a chain/carabiner/hook to attach to the back of your zero turn. It makes it super fast to hook it and no chance of bending the cheap metal arm (some people hook with pin, the metal can twist, this metal is cheap).

Also, I first went with the biggest version they had and then a John Deere that cost almost $900 and now I have a stainless steel mesh cart, the old fashioned kind where the sides can come off. After all of that money, it's my go to. I can 3D print parts to hold various gardening tools on the sides or I can use it to help tow kayaks down to the water, etc.

The only thing those metal carts cant, the ones I have, they cannot dump but if you get two carts instead of having one that tries to do everything, your job will be a lot easier for specific tasks.. like this rubber kind is way bettter at collecting leaves then dumping them elsewhere.

If you have a big lawn and live on the water too, I recommend getting both mesh stainless steel and big john deere that's solid. For water related stuff but also normal land stuff, they both come in super handy for different things beyond just gardening.

Edit:

1) This is not a bad cart for the price
2) Yes, the metal on this will rust, its cheap metal, cheap metal rust
3) The tires are really bad on these, I suggest replacing with Harbor Freight or no flats
4) The mesh cart I have is pure stainless steel, stainless steel doesn't rust remotely as easily as this one will regardless of what some people here may say but the price is vastly higher. That should be common knowledge but apparently to some it's not.

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BlitzAction - My cart is designed for tree/shrub farms thus its custom and heavy duty so it might not work for smaller mesh carts. First configuration for garden tools has two DIY trailer weed wacker holders, I can use them for anything including rakes, Dewalt tree trimmer, etc. Second configuration is for getting kayaks down to the shore, that one has rods going down and normal kayak holders designed for a roof rack on a SUV.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Everb.../300672836

I had these already so its what I used, they're really heavy duty and can be bolted together easily with a bit of drilling.

https://www.ustrailermfg.com/shop/weedeater-rack

A DIY version of this is what I have, very similar but mine is far more versatile with added cushion so I can fly down the lawn, bumpy AF without scratching my tools up or the paint on the rack. Kubota Zero Turns can go very fast xD
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03-28-2023 at 09:03 AM.
03-28-2023 at 09:03 AM.
Steel rusts. I prefer good old fashioned plastic .
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03-28-2023 at 09:14 AM.
03-28-2023 at 09:14 AM.
Quote from davelikesdeals2 :
If you're a new home owner with a good sized lawn...
...replace it with a meadow and live happily ever after
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davelikesdeals2
03-28-2023 at 09:52 AM.
03-28-2023 at 09:52 AM.
Quote from ChrisC1332 :
Steel rusts. I prefer good old fashioned plastic .
The metal frame on this is made of metal that rust really bad over time.. stainless steel is kinda sorta known for not rusting easily... its actually why they cost so much more..
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03-28-2023 at 10:30 AM.
03-28-2023 at 10:30 AM.
Quote from ChrisC1332 :
Steel rusts. I prefer good old fashioned plastic .
I bought one of the 1200-lb plastic ones in 2014, it's almost 9 now. It occasionally gets stored under the deck, but usually just sits in the rain and sun with the bed in the "dump" position. Right now it's filled to the brim with firewood waiting for my son to stack after school.

I replaced two of the wheels with Tractor Supply wheels because I didn't feel like learning how to mount a tire right then. I preventatively Slimed the tires. I pimped the valve caps with brass ones that have seals and built-in valve tools. I add some air every once in a while. I feel like maybe one day I might regret not having done more maintenance to it, but I was too busy.
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psyctto
03-28-2023 at 10:51 AM.
03-28-2023 at 10:51 AM.
Quote from davelikesdeals2 :
If you're a new home owner with a good sized lawn, I recommend getting slightly bigger and a chain/carabiner/hook to attach to the back of your zero turn. It makes it super fast to hook it and no chance of bending the cheap metal arm (some people hook with pin, the metal can twist, this metal is cheap).

Also, I first went with the biggest version they had and then a John Deere that cost almost $900 and now I have a stainless steel mesh cart, the old fashioned kind where the sides can come off. After all of that money, it's my go to. I can 3D print parts to hold various gardening tools on the sides or I can use it to help tow kayaks down to the water, etc.

The only thing those metal carts cant, the ones I have, they cannot dump but if you get two carts instead of having one that tries to do everything, your job will be a lot easier for specific tasks.. like this rubber kind is way bettter at collecting leaves then dumping them elsewhere.

If you have a big lawn and live on the water too, I recommend getting both mesh stainless steel and big john deere that's solid. For water related stuff but also normal land stuff, they both come in super handy for different things beyond just gardening.

Edit:

1) This is not a bad cart for the price
2) Yes, the metal on this will rust, its cheap metal, cheap metal rust
3) The tires are really bad on these, I suggest replacing with Harbor Freight or no flats
4) The mesh cart I have is pure stainless steel, stainless steel doesn't rust remotely as easily as this one will regardless of what some people here may say but the price is vastly higher. That should be common knowledge but apparently to some it's not.
we have 2 of the larger 10cuft carts, one of the mesh12cuft Gorilla Carts and a few Muck Bucket Carts that are used every single day for poop/soiled straw/bedding and whatever else for our 70 animals (chickens, ducks, turkeys, pigs) and they've been great, even in the snow. ours live outside near the animal houses year round, haven't had an issue with any rust in the 6-7yrs we've had them.
only time i ever hook a cart to the 1 Series Deere is when we're moving wood in the 12cuft mesh cart and that's normally because i overstacked the pallet on the forks and need more space Wink flip around handle works fine for limited use though, haven't had a problem on any uneven terrain, like the moguls the pigs create... pot belly pigs sure can destroy a field quick, haha.


on the tires... i've no idea what you guys do to tires on these things, but i've never had to even put air in any of ours. my 3 wheelbarrows on the other hand, those things seem to need a new tire every damn year LMAO
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03-28-2023 at 11:27 AM.
03-28-2023 at 11:27 AM.
Quote from davelikesdeals2 :
If you're a new home owner with a good sized lawn, I recommend getting slightly bigger and a chain/carabiner/hook to attach to the back of your zero turn. It makes it super fast to hook it and no chance of bending the cheap metal arm (some people hook with pin, the metal can twist, this metal is cheap).

Also, I first went with the biggest version they had and then a John Deere that cost almost $900 and now I have a stainless steel mesh cart, the old fashioned kind where the sides can come off. After all of that money, it's my go to. I can 3D print parts to hold various gardening tools on the sides or I can use it to help tow kayaks down to the water, etc.

The only thing those metal carts cant, the ones I have, they cannot dump but if you get two carts instead of having one that tries to do everything, your job will be a lot easier for specific tasks.. like this rubber kind is way bettter at collecting leaves then dumping them elsewhere.

If you have a big lawn and live on the water too, I recommend getting both mesh stainless steel and big john deere that's solid. For water related stuff but also normal land stuff, they both come in super handy for different things beyond just gardening.

Edit:

1) This is not a bad cart for the price
2) Yes, the metal on this will rust, its cheap metal, cheap metal rust
3) The tires are really bad on these, I suggest replacing with Harbor Freight or no flats
4) The mesh cart I have is pure stainless steel, stainless steel doesn't rust remotely as easily as this one will regardless of what some people here may say but the price is vastly higher. That should be common knowledge but apparently to some it's not.

Do you have a pic of your setup?
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03-28-2023 at 02:23 PM.
03-28-2023 at 02:23 PM.
Just a quick tip. I got a flat on my Gorilla cart within a week of buying it. I used som tire slime to repair and for the rest of the wheels and they've been flat free/working for the last 2 years or so. I'm sure replacing the wheels or getting run flats would be better but for about $10 I can't complain.
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03-29-2023 at 04:04 PM.
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Any deals on the plastic one?
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03-30-2023 at 06:13 AM.
03-30-2023 at 06:13 AM.
Quote from professorman :
Any deals on the plastic one?

Ditto… been waiting for that plastic 1200 or 1500 one with dump feature to go on sale for a while.

Gorilla Carts Heavy-Duty Poly Yard Dump Cart | 2-In-1 Convertible Handle, 1200 lbs capacity | GOR6PS model https://a.co/d/1OcZjpe

Gorilla Carts 7GCG-NF 7 Cu. Ft. Heavy-Duty Poly Garden Dump Cart with No-Flat Tires, Black (Amazon Exclusive) https://a.co/d/3SHvQku

Gorilla Carts 1500 Pound Capacity Super Heavy Duty Poly Yard Garden Steel Dump Utility Wheelbarrow Wagon Cart with 2 in 1 Towing ATV Handle, Black https://a.co/d/gAxojPe
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03-30-2023 at 11:27 AM.
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Is it just me or does this just seem like a like warm deal? (20% is OK…not necessarily slick)
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03-30-2023 at 11:34 AM.
03-30-2023 at 11:34 AM.
Quote from davelikesdeals2 :
If you're a new home owner with a good sized lawn, I recommend getting slightly bigger and a chain/carabiner/hook to attach to the back of your zero turn. It makes it super fast to hook it and no chance of bending the cheap metal arm (some people hook with pin, the metal can twist, this metal is cheap).

Also, I first went with the biggest version they had and then a John Deere that cost almost $900 and now I have a stainless steel mesh cart, the old fashioned kind where the sides can come off. After all of that money, it's my go to. I can 3D print parts to hold various gardening tools on the sides or I can use it to help tow kayaks down to the water, etc.

The only thing those metal carts cant, the ones I have, they cannot dump but if you get two carts instead of having one that tries to do everything, your job will be a lot easier for specific tasks.. like this rubber kind is way bettter at collecting leaves then dumping them elsewhere.

If you have a big lawn and live on the water too, I recommend getting both mesh stainless steel and big john deere that's solid. For water related stuff but also normal land stuff, they both come in super handy for different things beyond just gardening.

Edit:

1) This is not a bad cart for the price
2) Yes, the metal on this will rust, its cheap metal, cheap metal rust
3) The tires are really bad on these, I suggest replacing with Harbor Freight or no flats
4) The mesh cart I have is pure stainless steel, stainless steel doesn't rust remotely as easily as this one will regardless of what some people here may say but the price is vastly higher. That should be common knowledge but apparently to some it's not.

Answers:

BlitzAction - My cart is designed for tree/shrub farms thus its custom and heavy duty so it might not work for smaller mesh carts. First configuration for garden tools has two DIY trailer weed wacker holders, I can use them for anything including rakes, Dewalt tree trimmer, etc. Second configuration is for getting kayaks down to the shore, that one has rods going down and normal kayak holders designed for a roof rack on a SUV.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Everb.../300672836

I had these already so its what I used, they're really heavy duty and can be bolted together easily with a bit of drilling.

https://www.ustrailermfg.com/shop/weedeater-rack

A DIY version of this is what I have, very similar but mine is far more versatile with added cushion so I can fly down the lawn, bumpy AF without scratching my tools up or the paint on the rack. Kubota Zero Turns can go very fast xD

This guy carts.
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03-30-2023 at 04:45 PM.
03-30-2023 at 04:45 PM.
If you are into this check out lowes 7cu at same price nice shovel holders and slat slots
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04-01-2023 at 07:04 AM.
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Quote from davelikesdeals2 :
If you're a new home owner with a good sized lawn, I recommend getting slightly bigger and a chain/carabiner/hook to attach to the back of your zero turn. It makes it super fast to hook it and no chance of bending the cheap metal arm (some people hook with pin, the metal can twist, this metal is cheap).

Also, I first went with the biggest version they had and then a John Deere that cost almost $900 and now I have a stainless steel mesh cart, the old fashioned kind where the sides can come off. After all of that money, it's my go to. I can 3D print parts to hold various gardening tools on the sides or I can use it to help tow kayaks down to the water, etc.

The only thing those metal carts cant, the ones I have, they cannot dump but if you get two carts instead of having one that tries to do everything, your job will be a lot easier for specific tasks.. like this rubber kind is way bettter at collecting leaves then dumping them elsewhere.

If you have a big lawn and live on the water too, I recommend getting both mesh stainless steel and big john deere that's solid. For water related stuff but also normal land stuff, they both come in super handy for different things beyond just gardening.

Edit:

1) This is not a bad cart for the price
2) Yes, the metal on this will rust, its cheap metal, cheap metal rust
3) The tires are really bad on these, I suggest replacing with Harbor Freight or no flats
4) The mesh cart I have is pure stainless steel, stainless steel doesn't rust remotely as easily as this one will regardless of what some people here may say but the price is vastly higher. That should be common knowledge but apparently to some it's not.

Answers:

BlitzAction - My cart is designed for tree/shrub farms thus its custom and heavy duty so it might not work for smaller mesh carts. First configuration for garden tools has two DIY trailer weed wacker holders, I can use them for anything including rakes, Dewalt tree trimmer, etc. Second configuration is for getting kayaks down to the shore, that one has rods going down and normal kayak holders designed for a roof rack on a SUV.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Everb.../300672836

I had these already so its what I used, they're really heavy duty and can be bolted together easily with a bit of drilling.

https://www.ustrailermfg.com/shop/weedeater-rack

A DIY version of this is what I have, very similar but mine is far more versatile with added cushion so I can fly down the lawn, bumpy AF without scratching my tools up or the paint on the rack. Kubota Zero Turns can go very fast xD

Damn for two hundos, i expect better quality. Welp.. might as well just get a wheel barrow 🙄
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