Steel mesh bed is 38 inches by 21 inches and it has pneumatic tires that are 10 inches in diameter
Using this new frame design, you get more maneuverability, rigidity, and ground clearance while saving time and money in the process
The steel mesh side panels can be removed for more versatility when carrying bulky items
This pull handle is padded and is easy to use even when pulling up to 800 pounds
Limitation of warranty period to one year
Questions & Answers
Is the cart taller on the sides than it is on top?
The sides are nine inches from the top edge of the cart and ten inches from the bottom edge. I have had my cart for some time and enjoy it a lot. Most anything can be hauled with it. Taking off the sides of larger items is a good idea.
What type of tires does it come with? Is there a site that does? If not, could you recommend one?
A solid set of tires is not included
I have gravel in both my front yard and backyard, so will it pull a load through gravel?
After talking to my hubby, he said that the new tires were a good reason. It's used for everything I need, hauling bark, dirt, and four 5 gallon buckets of water, as well as My best friend is it, it is everything to me!
In what ways do the dementions differ?
Frame measures 38 x 21 and 10 inches in diameter, with tires around 10 inches in diameter and about 22 inches in height
Selected User Reviews For Gorilla Carts GOR800-COM Steel Utility Cart with Removable Sides, 800-lbs. Capacity, Red
Shiny! Look at all that glitter! Comparison of the 800 pound and 400 pound carts
After reading all the reviews on this site, I decided to give the cart a try. The box showed signs of having been handled a little hard during shipping, as it was delivered in a cardboard box that looked worn out. The paint on this red boat is like fire engine red and everything inside it is in perfect condition. It has been noted that the metal mash is only welded on every third point by one of the reviewers here. In my opinion, if I were building this, I would weld every single point, but I do not think it will be a big Plan A was to use plywood as a base inside the cart so the expanded wire mash won't carry the weight of my items. Plan B was to use a piece of plywood as a top. The cart I bought is meant to be used at the shooting range and while camping. In order to fill up and transport water to my camper, it had to be able to hold my 5 gallon water containers. Aside from carrying shotgun shells in sporting clays, my other gear at the shooting range should be easy to transport. It's clear after assembling the cart that it's going to be a great cart for what I intend to use it for. TESTING & VERIFICATION
The assembly of this cart was very simple and took no more than 20 minutes. The instructions were clear and the package with the nuts and bolts was Each step of assembly in the directions is labeled one through five. The cardboard package with the nuts and bolts is labeled one through five. The bolts in part one are used in a simple The process is very simple. This is probably from China, so it surprised me in a good way. You can find reference photos in the attached file. There are just a few materials needed a pair of pliers, sockets and wrenches in 11/16 and 7/8 inch sizes. The instructions in the actual guide could not have been more simple. When I finished getting it, it was quite simple. I decided to climb into the cart and stand on it to see how strong it was. Despite sagging, as a 240-pound man I stood on the cross braces made of wire mesh and my weight did not cause it to Despite this, I would not be able to carry heavy things on it, because the wire mesh rests solely on it. When you hook the sidewalls together, the sidewalls are secure enough to hold 800 pounds of cement bags. If you cut plywood to act as a floor, it would not be a problem to transport 800 pounds of cement bags. Since it is designed in that way, I believe it should use the sidewalls all or nothing. In the end, I decided that it would be worth it to spend an additional $20 on a more durable The smell of tires is the next topic to discuss. I don't like them because they In my opinion, I would not let this be a dealbreaker, since a rubber tire for a cart like this will smell horrible. Allow them to air out outside when you are done with them, put some dirt on them and use them. As far as the quality of the tire, the rubber seems more of a plastic consistency than a rubber consistency as you would expect from a car tire. You can find tires to replace these at Harbor freight that would be better, if you desire. sat outside my house for some time before I assembled it in my garage, so the tires were stiff due to its cold climate. The cause of the problem might lie in that. A temperature of 25°F was outside, while in my garage it only reached 45°F. I might get some better tires for it from Harbor freight that are rubbery and therefore would soak up more bumps if the tires roll smoothly across the dirt. All in all, I think the card is what you would expect it to be. The only surprise for me was that the side walls are shorter than I thought.
| Feb 09, 2021
The product is exactly what was A great deal for the price
In response to some The rubber tire looks like rubber, and it certainly smells like that. As that color is more of a dark orange/red instead of a fire engine red, but what do I know, my fire department uses My guess is that it will handle 800 pounds without a problem. As a result, even if you're going to pull 800 pounds, the mesh is relatively light. This prevents the weight from being too concentrated on one part of The assembly was very easy and the product does everything it is supposed to do. One thing I don't like about this is the way the sides connect with the base. They slide into the base and then the corners are connected, so that the sides are holding the other sides together. As a result, it is impossible to remove the front and back while leaving the sides attached (which would allow you to carry long branches and However, other than that it is exactly as advertised and worth the money.
Another observation after using this product for several weeks is as follows The parking brake would be a huge improvement if this came with it. The driveway at the top of my property is slightly slanting, so it's either that I have to ground the wheels or angle it just right to park there.
| Sep 30, 2020
Despite some abuse at the pumpkin patch, it held up well
Buying one of these for people to use to pick pumpkins from a field is something I do as an owner of a pumpkin patch. In the end, I used it all day every day for about a month to see what it was like. The cart did break by the end of the month, but it was at least better than many As long as I am able to weld the expanded metal together, I can make it last like industrial quality at a fraction of the cost. It is not industrial quality, but I can make it work I suspect it will take about 2 days The expanded metal on my roof will need to be replaced or repaired in three years. Structure-wise, it is pretty thin, but it was capable of handling a lot of weight and being loaded and unloaded as frequently as it was used. My assessment is that it is adequate for use at home. Three of the four wheels went flat, but the other two seem to be ok. They were replaced with solid wheels and I replaced the tubes in the flat wheels to be used as spares on It makes sense to have a simple design, but keep in mind that the cart is easily tippable when it is turned 90 degrees with a load. Therefore, what made it fail? There is a bolt underneath the gray steering arm at the front of the cart that was snapped because kids had been standing on it, putting strain on the bolt. This part is not made to support weight. My solution will be to weld the piece back together and connect a small semi-rigid rod to the bottom A circle shield is placed over the front of the vehicle to prevent children from stepping on the steering wheel. A lot of homeowners who are capable of controlling their children wouldn't need to do so. Considering its price, this pumpkin patch tractor is pretty good and with some modifications and new tires should be able to maintain its shape for a few years.
| Nov 09, 2020
I am very pleased with my purchase! This book is certainly worth the price! I can't get enough of them
The smell is very strong and overwhelming if you're going to assemble and/or store these carts in a small space. You may feel very lightheaded and queasy if you're doing so in a small area. It's for work that I purchased them. As a manager of an apartment complex, my residents ask if we have anything they can use to carry groceries from their garage to their apartment, and this works perfectly. I purchased two, of which one I took the sides off to use as a flat bed as well as for moving furniture. In addition, we use the other from time to time to deliver groceries or packages from our office to residents. I have no complaints about this It would be great if my company installed this in all its apartment buildings.
| Mar 07, 2021
This little red wagon is adorable, and, like some other comments, mine came in There is no problem rolling it at all
In order to keep it from rolling off on its own, I have to be extra vigilant. To make it easier to attach behind my lawn tractor, I replaced the bolt on the handle with a clevis pin. The bad All of the pieces came back into place and I finished the job. Due to all the complaints, you would think the shipping box would have been fixed by now. The wagon would, however, be another one I would purchase.
| Sep 28, 2020