- Flat wagon for transporting up to 800 lb. of supplies, equipment, and materials
- Steel mesh flatbed with powder-coated finish for durability and rust resistance
- 2" high sides around the wagon's bed to prevent supplies from sliding off
- 32" D-style handle for pulling the wagon
- Four 13" x 5" pneumatic rubber tires for use outdoors and on most flooring types
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Sandusky Lee FW6036 Green Heavy Duty Steel Flat Wagon, 800 lbs Capacity, 60" Length x 36" Width x 17" Height
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Specifications for this item
|Number of Items||1|
|Overall Height||17 inches|
|Overall Length||60 inches|
|Overall Width||36 inches|
|Size||36L x 60W in.|
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The Sandusky Lee FW6036 flat wagon with steel mesh bed has an 800-lb. load capacity and 2" high sides to keep supplies from sliding off during transport. The flat wagon supports up to 800 lb. of supplies, equipment, or materials. The flatbed's steel mesh construction provides greater rust resistance than iron, and has green powder-coated finish for durability. The 2" high sides help prevent supplies and tools from sliding or rolling off the wagon. The wagon comes with a 32" long steel handle with a D-style grip, and four 13" x 5" pneumatic rubber tires rubber to resist abrasion and absorb shock while rolling on indoor surfaces or outdoor terrain. An auto-steering device helps maintain tires position under the flatbed corners to keep the wagon balanced. The wagon is 60 x 36 x 17 inches (L x W x H). (L is length, the horizontal distance from front to back; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; H is height, the vertical distance from lowest to highest point.) This wagon requires some assembly (tools sold separately), and it is suitable for material handling applications in gardens, warehouses, construction sites, and stores, among others.
Utility carts are used for securely storing, organizing, and transporting equipment, supplies, and materials. They are suitable for use in industrial, manufacturing, and maintenance applications, as well as in the home.
Sandusky Lee manufactures steel storage products for office, commercial, industrial, and educational uses. The company is headquartered in Littlestown, PA.
Top Customer Reviews
The reason I gave this a 4 out of 5 stars is the poorly written instructions/diagrams, which had me scratching my head a few times. The text is small, especially on the parts list, which contains numbers of each part that are barely legible, yet are necessary to follow the assembly instructions. It was also poorly worded overall with only two small illustrations to show approximately a dozen steps necessary to assemble. TOOLS REQUIRED: You will need a socket wrench set as well as an adjustable wrench and it is helpful to have two people to assemble, although it can be assembled by one -- just a little more challenging.
Also, the front wheels rotate (or swivel), but it is important to note that you should not tighten those two screws too tightly!
I plan to modify this cart for hauling a 5-person pedal boat down the road to the nearby lake . . . and I think it will work out nicely for that purpose. I can certainly see this cart having MANY uses for gardeners or anyone having to haul heavy equipment, such as band equipment, video equipment, etc.
I just received and assembled my three units. It takes about a couple of hours on the first one and an hour on the following ones to put together. They give just a single diagram for the whole thing in an exploded view and it is a little hard to follow. The diagram is of marginal quality. The nuts are the week link - a couple of them were bad. one stripped too easily and the other was delivered stripped. Fortunately I had the same size available at my tool bench so it didn't slow me down. The link bolt and nut on the wagon handle came unscrewed in 2 of the 3 units during shipping and I didn't find all the pieces in the packing. Fortunately again I had spare nuts at home and was able to recover without much loss of time. The units look pretty sturdy and I think they will just barely carry the specified 800 lb load. But I expect to load them from about 100 to 300 lbs and they should be fine for that with just occasional usage. I'm not sure how durable they would be for hard daily use. Was really surprised to see the cost go from $100 or so to $200 or so, and so would be more willing to consider alternatives.
(why am I so worried about noise? Because I don't want to be "that guy" hauling his ez-up/chairs/soccer equipment across the field that all of SoCal can hear me coming).
As with everyone else the box came completely trashed. The UPS driver had to come back and finishing delivering it after he found parts sliding around the inside of his truck. Some pieces came bent so I had to fix those.
The picture for this item is a LIE! That handle is not one straight piece. The handle comes in two pieces with a ridiculously HUGE metal box in which to connect the two pieces. It almost looks as if it was designed to remove the handle and attach the cart to the back of something else like a.....I dunno, a golf cart or small truck. Something you'd see around a nursery.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I purchased two of these wagons to transport 480 lbs items across a lawn. One survived. One of them died after two trips. The steering connection bent. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ross Troiano
This is a great size cart but is a little cheap in the construction of the bed. Wheels and handles are good though. Moves through the tall grass with little effort. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Regina Champion
This is my second review on the Sandusky Lee cart POC first all the tubes were defective had to replace them all thought it was still OK being I was given a credit for the purchase... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sharon C.
Decent construction and rugged. Pneumatic tires large enough to move easily over dirt and turf. I'd give the product 4-stars. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Rick S.
What a treat. This wagon takes a licking and keeps on ticking.Published 7 months ago by Alex Chochem