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Farm Tuff 24"X48" Metal Deck Wagon with Metal Fold Down Sides Green


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  • 24X48 Metal Deck wagon with metal fold down sides and 5X13 pneumatic tires; Anti-tip steering with long easy metal handle; 800lb capacity
  • High quality mig-welded metal; Pneumatic Tires; Canadian made; Powder coated for long lasting paint
  • Assembly instructions included
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 48 x 25 x 9 inches ; 95 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 98 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Canada
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0007CTMX2
  • Item model number: 03580
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #80,811 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

24X48 Metal Deck wagon with metal fold down sides and 5X13 pneumatic tires. Anti-tip steering with long easy metal handle. 800lb capacity.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

We are very pleased with this wagon, we use it in our yard and it is very sturdy and well made.
Harold W. Bush
The customer service representative indicated this wagon was the top of the line and did not have anything to replace it with.
H. Keller
I was disappointed to find out all of the sides which fit onto the frame of the wagon were bent.
Troy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

80 of 81 people found the following review helpful By H. Keller on July 24, 2007
We purchased 20 of these wagons less than a year ago and they have been steadily falling apart. Of the 20 we purchased, only 9 remain operable.

Northern Tool states they have a 1400 lb capacity and we never exceeded 500 lbs. The main issue is the front wheels break off and after the wheel breaks in transit the frame for the steering control bends.The wheels break in the hubs and are impossible to fix!

To Northern Tools credit we called and explained the problem and they have offered a full refund. There was very little discussion before the customer service representative made the offer (in my opinion, this quick offer for full refund indicates Northern Tool knew fully well about the design flaw and has fielded numerous complaints). The problem with this seemingly generous offer is Northern Tool will not cover the freight to return the wagons!

The customer service representative indicated this wagon was the top of the line and did not have anything to replace it with. I decided to review their site and found a new edition, heavier capacity wagon with 16" wheels due for release on August 17, 2007, less than a month from when I called.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By T. Mynier on April 10, 2007
The wagon was shipped in a box that really took some punishment in transit. The box and tapes were torn exposing a portion of the end of the wagon.

No assembly instructions were included for this wagon. I am an intelligent professional woman and though we have lots of great tools in the garage and I have a working knowledge of geometry, I would have appreciated some guidelines on assembly. I did telephone the company at their help line only to be given another number to call, at which time the customer service was closed and not to be open until the following Monday. In addition, the person I spoke to at the company initially instructed me to go online and look for instructions for a similar wagon - though one did not exist. One of the pins for the sides was missing, so we made a trip to the local Ace Hardware store and had to purchase a similar pin and while there, noticed the same wagon ALREADY ASSEMBLED for 79.99!!!!

It is a somewhat heavy duty wagon and I am sure will hold up for several years. And, if not...the next wagon will come already assembled from our local Ace Hardware.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Katy on May 21, 2007
We bought our large cart already assembled at Home Depot on sale. I love the drop down sides which were great when loading and unloading large bags of soil by myself. However, I found the wagon too heavy for daily use of puttering around the flower beds. It's heavy empty, and I couldn't manage pulling it even partially loaded uphill (0ur yard slopes).

Today I bought a smaller version at Ace Hardware for more than we paid for the big one a year ago! It has the same drop down sides but is smaller and less heavy to pull. It should nicely replace the old child's little red wagon that I've been using for many years.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Tex TOP 1000 REVIEWER on August 30, 2012
A lot of cart manufacturers are placing the wheels directly under the cart. With these fairly narrow carts the short wheelbase makes for an unstable cart.
If you plan to use this on anything other than perfectly smooth terrain, you should look for a wider cart, or one where the wheels extend out of the sides of the cart.
This cart will frequently tip over when traversing even slight bumps. We spent so much time putting the small square bale back in that it was easier to move it by hand, be warned.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Tom D VINE VOICE on January 26, 2012
Cognizant of the mixed reviews, I still bought this after looking at the alternatives. I like it. My wheel barrow died and my son recently bought a new one we used to move a lot of gravel and construction debris from a wrecking project. That's when I decided I needed a wagon instead of a wheel barrow. With a wheel barrow you still have to lift and control; it's easier to pull and control with four wheels. I looked at several alternatives, including a "dump" wagon at a local big box store and thought this had the highest probability of durability. I would be comfortable loading this thing with 1400 pounds of sand or gravel, uniformly distributed, but this isn't a tank. It's a good compromise between cost, strength and price. The sides either drop, or are easily and quickly removed. I"ve used this to move fire wood, gravel and topsoil and feel like it's already paid for itself

I gave this four stars instead of five because the assembly instructions are nearly useless, you'll need to go mostly by the line drawings. Second, there are three pivot points and no recommendation for grease. You should either grease them or put some Teflon washers in (you'll need 5 washers, 5/16 ID, Amazon.com) but grease is fine. Finally, I had some weld spatter on one of the studs that was troublesome to remove so a nut would go on. Shouldn't have to mess with something like that. On the other hand, none of the parts were missing or otherwise damaged. I hate it when something's missing.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Forest7 on September 17, 2007
I had almost the same experience as other reviewers. The wagon was damaged in shipping, front assembly damaged. We had trouble figuring out how to assemble it, and it tipped over with a load because the wheels are narrow tracked. It has begun to rust, being outside, and the tires smell too much to have it inside. However, it does work well on level ground with a heavy load that isn't too high.
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This is a follow-up review. I was looking at this wagon yesterday. It is rusting worse than I thought, with the thick paint flecking off with a thorough layer of rust underneath. I don't know how long it will last now. I would give it one star if I could rate it today.
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