Strongway Yard Cart - 41in.L x 23in.W, 300-lb., 7 Cu. Ft. Capacity
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- Rigid steel frame with rust-resistant powder-coat finish
- Sturdy plywood panels with attractive aluminum edging
- Removable rear panel for easy loading and unloading
- 7 cu. ft. bed holds up to 300 lbs.
- 22in. pneumatic wheels with ball bearing hubs for smooth movement
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Strongway Yard Cart has 300-lb. working load capacity. Two 22in. spoked pneumatic wheels with ball bearing hubs for smooth movement. Rigid steel frame with rust-resistant powder-coat finish. Sturdy plywood panels with attractive aluminum edging. Removable rear panel for easy loading and unloading. Use for pots, tools, plants, clippings, seed and more. Bed size is 41in.L x 23in.W with 12 1/8in. high sides. Load Capacity lbs. 300, Frame Material Steel, Axle Diameter in. 3/4, Dimensions L x W x H in. 57 x 32 x 23 1/2, Tub Material Plywood, Tub Capacity cu. ft. 7, Wheel Size in. 22, Wheel Type Pneumatic. Rigid steel frame with rust-resistant powder-coat finish Sturdy plywood panels with attractive aluminum edging Removable rear panel for easy loading and unloading 7 cu. ft. bed holds up to 300 lbs. 22in. pneumatic wheels with ball bearing hubs for smooth movement 41in.L x 23in.W x 12 1/8H bed
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The cart is decent in every way but one (so far). It has a serious design flaw. Because of the way the front of the cart is designed (I'll go into more detail later) there's a steel strap that stabilizes the two side walls by going across the front of the cart. This strap has a hole on one end and a notch on the other. The hole goes over a threaded rod that is welded to the top of the vertical angle iron. That weld is crap!
When I placed the strap over the threaded peg and cinched it with a locknut the weld failed, the "bolt" sheared off the cart and the strap fell on the floor. There was no way to stabilize the two side walls.
Fortunately it was obvious that it would be easy to fix the cart with a drill, a nut and a bolt. Because the weld was close to the edge of the angle iron I chose to drill the hole more toward the center of the angle iron. As a result the notch on the strap no longer reached the peg that is welded to the other vertical angle iron. I had to use a Dremel style tool to widen the notch so that it slipped over the peg.
If you buy one and the weld holds, your home free. If you have a drill and a Dremel style tool and the inclination to fiddle with it if the weld fails it's $30 - $40 less than the comparative carts on Amazon. And the 22" wheels are really cool.
The other carts available seem to have their own tales of drilling and miss aligned holes. This cart had none of that. All the holes lined up, the instructions were clear, the cart went together quickly, and the 22" wheels are cool.
Except for a different front end design the cart seems as good as the old cart, which lasted 10 years. Ironically it was the front end that failed on that cart.
The Strongway cart has 2 long L shaped angle iron pieces that run along the bottom the full length of both sides of the cart then become the two vertical posts on the front of the box. As a result it requires the strap across the top to stabilize the box's sides.
Our old cart has a piece of angle iron comprised of a horizontal and two verticals that goes on the front of the cart. Since the U shaped piece on the front of the cart is rigid it holds the side walls securely and doesn't need the strap. Unfortunately, on our old cart, the rigid piece was mounted to the plywood bottom. Over time the plywood failed and the front end fell off. The cart was 10 years old and beat up in plenty of ways so it's time had come.
I'm retired so the $30 was a factor. I really liked the idea of 22" wheels. Once the weld failed I called NT. They were happy to accept the return of the defective cart. Since The cart was assembled, the thought of disassembling it to pack it for return and the assembling a different cart didn't appeal. As I said it was easy to fix. I like the cart. Even if I did have to void it's warranty.