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Jackson M6T22 6 Cubic foot Steel Tray Contractor Wheelbarrow With Front Braces
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- Contractor wheelbarrow
- Heavy gauge seamless steel tray with front braces
- "H" brace, steel cross strips and leg shoes
- 16 inch tubed tire
- 6 cubic foot capacity, heavy duty steel tray
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|Package Height||8.2 x 19.3 x 28.1 inches|
|Shipping Weight||20.7 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
I could write a long review about this p.o.s. but to save time I'll just provide a photo of their logo. The paint is running and smeared. It is clear the company spends as much care on the rest of the wheelbarrow as they did on the logo. The legs are very rough and should have been sanded. The tray has tons of scratches and dents. While this may have happened after it left the factory the company should have provided protection to prevent them. This is not a cheap wheelbarrow!
The bolts that go through the tray and hold the legs have square "pegs" that are supposed to lock the bolt in place in the tray.
Unfortunately, they fit into round holes. Even very cheap wheelbarrows have squares cut for this purpose. After a very short while the bolts would loosen as there is nothing to hold them in place (no washers).
And believe it or not, the tire was flat. This should have been caught by quality control, but it appears that there isn't any.
Bottom line.....don't buy it.....
Cons: The tire loses air and requires regular inflation. The wheelbarrow arrived with minor scratches, some of which have started to rust.
In all, if I had free access to a truck, I would have bought this wheelbarrow (or one like it) for a better price from a local store. However, given my truck-less situation, I am satisfied with my purchase from Amazon.
The front of the wheelbarrow, meaning the rounded end, needs to have the wedge shaped wood support thickest end forward. The two holes for the bolt at the front are for the longest bolt called "N" in the illustration. The next longest "O" bolts go to the rear, square end, where the thinnest end of the wooden wedge shaped support pieces attach.
This wasn't obvious so I was at the front doing the assembly and things didn't fit and I realized my mistake. I had to go back and disassemble everything right down to removing the 4 bolts in the bottom. That's difficult because of the included plastic circular "clips" that hold the bolts in during assembly when you have the pan upside down.
On reassembly this morning the substructure of the wheelbarrow went together easily and quickly. All the nuts are the same size and are designed to resist counter rotation once tightened down. I tested it on a full load of fresh wood chips. This wheelbarrow is sturdy, easy to maneuver, is stable when tipping it up to dump the contents and it holds a big load.
This is a critical purchase if you have a large garden. I also have one of the highly touted "Gorilla Carts" and it fails ergonomically, is difficult to dump, and carries a small load. For a home with an "all house/no yard" set up that would be fine. I have a half acre full garden and realized it wasn't up to that job.
This Jackson M6T22 wheelbarrow is up to the job. I recommend it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very heavy duty. I've used mine to mix tons of Quickcrete, and haven't had any problems. Of course, all that crete destroyed the inside paint, but no paint can take that. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Adam J. McKee
Good wheelbarrow, makes work a lot easier and was not difficult to put together.Published 2 months ago by J. Lance
this is a very stout wheelbarrow.Well designed ,steel framework and hickory handles ,fairly easy to assemblePublished 3 months ago by rg