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Agri-Fab 45-0345 350-Pound Poly Convertible Push/Tow Dump Cart
"AGRI-FAB" CONVERTIBLE POLY
*8 cu. ft. capacity
*500 pound maximum load
*Bed size: 30.5"W x 41"L x
*Pneumatic tires are 14" x 4"
*Yellow di-chromate hardware
*Easily converts from push to
tow dump cart
*Assembled product size:
56" x 33" x 30"
*1 year limited warranty
Convertible push with tow cart designed for easy loading, hauling, and dumping
Poly bed is quiet and it resists rust
4 14-by-4-inch pneumatic rib wheels with 5/8-inch diameter axles
3-year limited warranty
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18 of 18 found the following review helpful:
very good convertible push/pull cart for small yard jobsJul 17, 2007
By Matthew M. Landis
The cart arrived and looks as good as on the web.
It assembled nicely without any hitches.
I was going to buy this from another website and they wanted $149 plus $80 shipping! So the price on Amazon is VERY good. The unit arrived very quick too.
The cart converts from a pull cart (for behind my John Deere 160) to a push cart in a minute. It is nicer than a wheel barrow for my wife since it has 2 wheels. And the convertible part is nice so we don't have to store two items!
I was a little surprised that there are no bearings on the wheels (plastic wheel spins on a metal shaft) and they are attatched by one friction clip. (not a cotter pin). Seems a bit chintzy but it is working very good for me.
If you have a ranch you're going to want something heavier, but for a small yard with light jobs this cart works great as a small tractor pull cart and a wheel barrow replacement.
21 of 24 found the following review helpful:
Push /Tow Garden Cart ReviewAug 24, 2005
By William Ebbs
The Push/Tow cart is exactly what I was looking for. The Poly Tub will not rust or degrade as metal normally does. The cart is very well built and has a 500 lb capacity. I use the cart as a wheeled barrow or I hook it up to my lawn tractor to haul dirt, logs etc. I am very pleased with my purchase and I have a lot of confidence in Agri-Fab, I have one of their metal trailers that is about 15 years old and it is still going strong. Actually I thought so much of my first Push/Tow cart I purchase another one for my lake house.
10 of 10 found the following review helpful:
If assembled correctly this will do just about just about any job!Jul 14, 2007
I've been using this cart for two years now and must say it's very well built. I can only guess the people who rated this with one or two stars must have assembled it incorrectly. I haul fire wood loading it up with 350 to 400lbs. It's so well balanced that I push it by hand rather than hicthing it up to my tractor. The Poly bed won't rust and is as strong as any stamped sheel metal one. The big air filled tires help moving it over rough land.
For the price, under $100 delivered, you can't go wrong.
7 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Some things to knowNov 15, 2010
The weight is closer to 60 lbs rather than 80
The capacity as measured is 7 cu ft. The box says 8 and the Amazon listing says 10
The wheels have a bushing instead of a bearing. These can be replaced but may not be a problem.
Otherwise it is nicely made. The grooves in the poly bed might make a problem for removing material and definitely for mixing concrete.
6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Its ok - the 500# Limit is a no-kidding limitNov 05, 2010
By Jennifer A. Bush
Cart went together fine. The cart is fine for mulch, but be careful about going over the 500# limit, which can easily happen carrying dirt (125 lb / cubic foot). The dump frame is attached to the plastic bed with very little reinforcement, so it is relatively easy for them to rip through the plastic when dumping what might appear to be a relatively trivial load (say 1/2 full of dirt). Also, the wheels are attached to what appears to be a no-kidding design load (based on the bowing I witnessed when going over the load) axle with only light-duty retaining caps. Going over the load limit can thus result in the wheels coming off in turns. Based on a 1-acre yard I imagined this product would serve our needs, but in hindsight we should have gotten a heavier duty cart, as we discovered when moving some dirt while planting trees. The product is not bad, but it does not exceed expectations either.
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