Gorilla Carts Steel Utility Cart with Removable Sides with a Capacity of 800 lb, Red
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- Durable 38-inch x 21-inch steel mesh bed and 10-inch pneumatic tires
- New frame design allows for quick and easy assembly while offering improved maneuverability, rigidity, and ground clearance
- Removable steel mesh sides for added versatility when carrying larger loads
- Padded pull handle makes it easy to pull up to 800-pounds
- 1-year limited warranty
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At Gorilla Carts, our mission is to design and engineer products that exceed the highest expectations – our own. Our relentless focus on innovation and quality ensures you can continue to count on Gorilla Carts to help you get your job done easier, have more fun, and accomplish more.
Gorilla Carts Steel Utility Cart with Removable Sides
The newly-designed Gorilla Carts GOR800-COM Heavy-Duty Steel Utility Cart with Removable Sides is easy to assemble and makes hauling heavy loads easy on any terrain.
- Redesigned frame is easy to assemble
- Padded 2-in-1 handle
- Steel mesh bed
- Pulls up to 800-pounds
Tough, Versatile Design
This versatile cart features a steel mesh bed and removable sides. Within minutes and with no tools required, you can transform your cart into a large, durable flatbed. This cart also features 10-inch pneumatic tires that are perfect for rolling over rough terrain or steep inclines. Moving large objects such as lumber, fence posts or tree limbs will be easy with this heavy-duty steel utility cart.
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|Bed Size||36" x 20"||38" x 21"||49" x 24.5"||34" x 18"|
|Item Dimensions||39.6 x 21.1 x 43.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||49.4 pounds|
The newly-designed Gorilla Carts Steel Utility Cart has been engineered to significantly reduce assembly times, making it quick and easy to put this cart to work. The new frame design improves maneuverability, increases ground clearance, and gives the cart a tighter turn radius, making it easy to move up to 800-pounds for gardening, farming, or any other outdoor jobs. The durable steel bed features removable sides that allow the cart to convert into a flatbed for moving larger materials like 2x4s, tree branches, or fence posts. The 10-inch pneumatic turf tires are designed to tackle any terrain, and the padded grip handle has also been upgraded to make hauling heavy rocks, wood, or plants easy for anyone. Whether you're an experienced farmer, a casual gardener or an occasional do-it-yourselfer, this utility cart will ensure that your outdoor projects go off without a hitch. The bed dimensions measure 38-inches by 21-inches, and the cart has an overall height of 39.6-inches and weighs 45.9-pounds. Gorilla Carts full line of products meets the needs of the light-duty homeowner as well as the commercial-duty professional user by offering a wide variety of carts in many sizes and weight capacities. The Gorilla Carts GOR800 Steel Utility Cart comes with a 1-year limited warranty.
Top customer reviews
One of the reviewer's on here mentioned that the expanded metal mash is only welded on every third point. That is correct on my cart also. If I was building this, I would weld every single point but I do not think it will be that big of a deal. My entire plan all along was to take a piece of plywood and cut it to fit as a base inside the cart so the expanded wire mash isn't taking the load of my items.
I bought this cart with the intention of using it while camping and at the shooting range. I wanted to be able to fill it up with my 5 gallon water containers and shuttle water back to my camper. I also wanted to haul around boxes of shotgun shells in sporting clays and my other gear at the shooting range. After assembling the cart I have no doubt this will be a great cart for what I want to use it for!
TESTING & ASSEMBLY
This cart took no more than 20 minutes to assemble and the instructions were very clear and the package with the nuts and bolts was very well labeled. The steps of assembly in the directions are labeled one through five. The cardboard package with the nuts and bolts is also labeled one through five. The bolts in part one are used in a simply step one. Very easy. I was rather impressed by it considering this is probably from China. Please see the attached photos for reference. You will need a pair of pliers, and wrenches and sockets in the 11/16 inch and 7/8 inch size. The instructions in the actual simply could not have been simpler. After I got it it's simple, I decided to climb into the cart and stand on it to test the strength of the wire mash. I am a 240 pound man and I stood on the wire mash between the cross braces and while it does sag, it did not break. I would not however carry heavy things in this cart resting solely on the wire mesh. If you cut a piece of plywood to act as a floor, I would not hesitate to Hall 800 pounds of cement bags in this cart. The sidewalls are secure enough when they are all hooked together. As it is designed, I think it should be all or nothing when Using the sidewalls.
I bought the 800 pound capacity cart versus the 400 pound model because the cross braces were substantially stronger on the 800 pound cart. They are squared tubes that go all the way across from side to side. The 400 pound cart does not have such strong crossmembers. I figured I would pay the extra $20 to get a much stronger frame.
And now let's talk about the smell of the tires. They stink. I would not let this be a dealbreaker as every rubber tire for carts like this is going to smell badly. Get it outside, use it, get some dirt rubbed on them and let them air out. They should be fine. If you have ever been to Harbor freight and seen the tires they sell as replacements for carts like this one, you know what the tires smell like. As far as the quality of the tire itself, the rubber seems more of a plastic consistency than a rubber consistency like you would expect from a car tire. You can find tires to replace these if you desire at Harbor freight that would be better I think. The card was sitting outside my house before I assembled it in my garage so it was cold in the tires were stiff. That might be part of the problem. It was about 25°F outside and only 45°F in my garage. Depending on how smoothly the tires roll across the dirt I might get some better tires for it from Harbor freight that are more rubbery and therefore they would soak up the bumps better.
All in all, I think the card is exactly what you would expect. The only thing that was surprising to me a little is that the sidewalls are shorter than I was expecting. I would say they are close to 10 inches high and I was expecting 12 inches high maybe.