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6 cu. ft. Steel Tray Commercial-grade Wheelbarrows

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6 cu. ft. Steel Tray Commercial-grade Wheelbarrows

High-quality components and construction means these wheelbarrows will keep working hard for you — longer! Feature varnished American hardwood handles, a heavy-duty, powder-coated nosepiece, front brace, rear chassis and rear stabilizing plate. Choose from a two-ply, 6"W pneumatic turf tire with tube, a four-ply, 3"W pneumatic sawtooth tire with tube or a solid no-flat tire. All three styles feature sealed precision bearings for long life and a 3/4" steel axle (wheel for 3" pneumatic tire features grease fitting). Specify tire style from drop down box above.

2014 Master Catalog: Page 407

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5.0

superior materials & design

By Cowboy Ted

from Ingleside, IL

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Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Use
  • Few Assembly Tools Needed
  • Heavy-duty Components
  • No Bolts Penetrate Tray
  • Tray Is Water-tight
  • Varied Tire Selection

Cons

  • Difficult To Assemble
  • Unknown Country Of Origin

Best Uses

  • Carrying Other Equipment
  • Concrete
  • Construction
  • Garden
  • Landscaping
  • Lawn Maintenance

Comments about 6 cu. ft. Steel Tray Commercial-grade Wheelbarrows:

Great: None of the assembly bolts penetrate the tray. Instead, there are brackets welded to the outside of the tray that the bolts slide into. This feature makes the tray completely water-tight. All of the H.D. components are well-made, with great fit and finish.
Not great: The wheelbarrow is assembled upside-down. Because the tray is slanted, and because bolt tightening is the final step, the bolts kept sliding out of the mounting brackets that are welded to the outside of the tray. If I assembled another wheelbarrow, I'm sure I could work around this minor problem. Ideally, I would tell the manufacturer not to make the slots so long.

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