Precision Products 12-Cubic Foot Convertible Trailer Dump Cart LCP97PP (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- 12-cubic foot convertible trailer dump cart
- Walk behind or trail behind tractor or mower for quick yard clean-up
- Holds up to 650 pounds
- Solid steel axle with heavy-duty poly bed
- 90-day limited warranty
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|Item Dimensions||13.5 x 35 x 50.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||75 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
It takes about 1 1/2 hours to assemble this cart and all the holes were drilled in the right places and it all went together fine. They only gave me 4- 3/4 inch washers for the wheels, you need 6 according to the instructions. I may have to buy them from Home Depot. Before you start , separate the bolts,nuts, washers and it'll be easier to figure out where they go.
It's a solid cart and works well. The only thing I see that'll cause a problem is the lever to release the dump cart. It releases very easily and it might pop up when it's moving with no load. The wheels are gigantic , almost like trailer wheels and their inflatable. I see Amazon raised the price to $225. Just got it in the nick of time.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A great cart, but be ready to re-drill the holes in the body if attaching the handle bar. When aligning the holes for the subframe you will find it very difficult to line every... Read morePublished on November 25, 2012 by rboyda
We absoloutley love this cart and are so happy we got it. We used it right away attaching it to our lawn mower for 70lb wall blocks, as well as using it regularly for pruning and... Read morePublished on July 10, 2012 by Amazon Customer
I've used this cart pulling it by hand and with my JD lawn tractor. It works very well and I am satisfied with it. I'd buy it again.Published on July 19, 2011 by Phil
I put the cart together the same day it was delivered. Very simple directions and the cart is very sturdy. My kids love it!!Published on September 22, 2007 by K. Tongue