The cart is excellent. Easy to put together and was exactly what we needed for hauling wood up to the house for the fireplace. Will also be perfect for hauling dirt in the spring to help renew the garden and just about everything in between for maintaining the yard and garden. Works very well with our sears lawn tractor.
A large local Sears store had to order this. Had to wait a week to obtain via customer pickup. Immediately noticed that "things" rattled inside the large heavy shipping box. After opening cardboard shipping box, was saddened to see that all the major components were simply thrown on top of each other, no separation of parts or packaging, no inner holding methods for Wheels, Axles, Heavy Beam Bar, Lower Support, etc. Thus the black painted surfaces already had scratches on them, to enable rust starting. The large poly tub itself is a bit bulky and heavy, wouldn't hurt to have a little help. Even the "Instruction Manual" contained in a large plastic baggie - with the some two dozen fasteners all loose - was cut in half! Yep cut in half and sealed in the baggie. The Grease fittings (zeek fittings) on both Wheels were thread tapped by the OEM in such a way that the fittings faced INWARDS vs. the necessary OUTWARDS, to enable your grease gun attaching to apply the necessary grease when the fitting was tight. Had to remove the fitting (2), re-cut the threads on these ALUMINUM (not steel) to better mate/face outwards. (NOTE) - The OEM machine threads in the Wheels for these fittings are poorly cut, and rough cut, not smooth. After some 5+ hours of put together time (because of the time for extra thread cutting - had to supply my own "flat washers" for the OUTER surfaces for the DUMP LEVER since none are supplied - had to drill a 3/8" second HOLE in the Main Steel bar for a "Second" fastening area for the Tongue Hitch itself. The Tongue has two holes, the Main Bar only had one - plus then self supplied the 3/8" Hex Bolt, Nut, Flat and Lock washers. Now almost all done, mounted the Wheels themselves onto the steel axle. Got the grease fitting squared away, put air into the otherwise flat tires, greased the Wheels, and installed the various washers wheels, and cotter pins as necessary. Spun the Wheels on the axle for the first time and BOOM - one wheel has L/R Run-out via its tire that moves over 2" L/R (wow). The other Wheel has a steel rim itself has a flat spot on the rims outer edge, on the inside of the rim, yet still has its original gray paint. (WOW). Waiting now two weeks for Sears has agreed to provide an exchange for two different wheels from another unit due to arrive this week. After spending so much time to properly enable a decent CART, I hated to have to disassemble everything, place back into my P/U truck, and return all to Sears for a refund (with a hassle), but I am close to doing so. Also, the Wheels and certainly the Tires are Chinese made, and are of rather poor quality. Buyer beware, go elsewhere for this type product, they are not all that cheap to purchase.
the cart came with the wrong support base. With calls and emails they replaced with the correct base.
Biggest dump cart that I've seen, simple to put together, carry I believe 800 lbs, sturdy made with strong material, got it on sale then got like $52 back on cash points. It gets the job done quicker and easier that the metal dump cart I used before, use it like you should and you should get many years of service out of it