Big Roc Tools Wagon With Wooden Sides - Capacity 200 Lbs
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- Steel tray is 3 1/2in deep
- 10 1/4inH removable wooden sides
- Handle design may vary
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28yr old male-
Advanced mechanical skills/knowledge.
All the tools you could imagine in garage.
CONS: Cheap, thin, steel wagon pan is not reinforced properly for pulling moderate loads
I was hopeful that this wagon would be durable. But unfortunately, after just one month of use, the metal wagon pan is seriously deforming in the area where the front axle attaches to the pan. The assembly of the wagon was straightforward for mechanically inclined people like myself. However, during the assembly it was obvious that the front axle design places too much load on the weakest part of the wagon pan. The result is that the front axle bends the wagon pan when you are pulling loads over 50 lbs. It's OK for the first week, but the pan metal quickly fatigues as it bends back and forth whenever you're pulling a moderate load. NOTE: The photo on Amazon's product page does NOT show the actual front axle. The photo shows a beefy-looking axle --the one you'll receive is a cheap sheet metal construction that has no reinforcement.
The design flaw is clear to see: the front axle mount needs to be much wider to properly distribute the load to the sides of the wagon pan where there is more structural rigidity. The wagon pan also needs to be made of thicker gauge steel to resist the force of pulling on the wagon handle. This wagon is not suitable for pulling heavy loads (nothing close to the 200 lbs advertised). We've been using it to pull our 50 lb daughter on sidewalks and across grass lawns and after a little more than a month the wagon pan is all distorted and bent in the area where the front axle attaches. The rest of the wagon is OK except for this major design flaw. I now understand why it is a $60 wagon --it's a cheap copy of the higher quality wagons that cost over $100. As they say, you get what you pay for.Read more ›
The only problem I had was when it arrived without an instruction book and all these little pieces staring me in the face. I did receive the book a few days later (thanks to Amazon) however, it was obviously a Xerox copy and the pictures which should have been in color were so dark that you could not make them out. But I did get it done by following the written instruction.
Great little helper.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We love it. The kids love it. It is well made (metal, wood, real tires for a smoother ride). Definitely worth the money. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Troy Voldseth
This was a Christmas gift for my 6 month old daughter for the farm and we love it. She loves riding in it and it rides smooth. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mrs. Sara D. James
The tires have such a strong chemical smell I get a head ache every time I put it in my car to take it to the beach, so I've used it twice and put it away. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
My twin great niece love it a long with there brother... Has tires that have air and that is great well made...Published 6 months ago by John roberts
Got it for our 3 year old and he loves it. We live in the country so we bought this for the off road pneumatic tires. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Wanda J Bokemeyer
It's sturdy like the radio flyer but without the price. I love it.Published 7 months ago by S. Maldonado
Quality is a little cheap only a little. The wood frame is coming apart, easy fix but if i had to find something wrong with it that would be it.
Other than that, it is great. Read more
We like the wagon, however it has alot of nuts & bolts----and no instructions.Published 8 months ago by Ms Jessica Payne