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Gorilla Garden Dump Cart

Item# 07180003000P | Model# GOR200-BD | Added on July 26, 2010 | Seller:
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Gorilla Carts Garden Dump Cart Tackles Big Projects
The Gorilla Garden Cart is a heavy lifter when it comes to yard work. With its 600 lb. capacity, this garden cart is a tool you'll quickly come to rely on. The cart's design allows for simple, balanced dumping, reducing physical effort and strain. A patented 2-in-1 metal handle allows you to quickly choose between pulling the cart by hand or behind a lawn tractor. The bed is made from durable molded plastic, and the four rubber 10 in. tires are pneumatic.

  • The Gorilla Garden Cart hauls up to 600 lbs. of dirt, yard clippings, etc.
  • The cart is designed for balanced dumping, reducing physical effort
  • The 2-in-1 handle allows you to choose between pulling the cart by hand or behind a lawn tractor
  • The bed is made from durable molded plastic
  • The four rubber tires are pneumatic and have a 10" diameter
  • The cart's dimensions are 36"L x 20"W x 8"H, and it weighs just over 37 lbs.
  • Some assembly is required
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By WestVirginiaNative
February 11th, 2009
4 stars

Been using this cart about 2 months now and, overall, it's pretty good. The locking pins in the pins that control the pull handle to hitch switchover are way to small to manipulate with fingers, I replaced then with larger ones. The pin intended to secure the hitch to riding mower is ridiculously short and requires a locking pin, so I tossed it and replaced it with a 4" long 1/4" bolt - works fine no need for a locking pin. One warning, when hitched to a mower, it's lousy to back up since the front wheel mechanism isn't a rigid system. I found out the hard way - and bent my handle twice.

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By smashingidols
May 11th, 2013
flimsy/ hard to dump/ poor design

It do not recommend this cart. The box boasts that capacity is 600 lbs, but then the installation instruction sheet says you should not try to dump over 300 lbs! The dump fulcrum is way too far back, making it hard to dump. You must lift most of the weight by yourself; the load does not help you dump it! It takes two people about an hour to assemble. The first shipment I received came the next day, which was great, but it the plastic tray had a hole torn in it. I took it to Sears to replace it, and the replacement contained a handle with rusted a weld, plus the handle wasn't welded correctly, making it unusable. The rep replaced it with a good handle from my first box, which resolved the issue. I read another review that said their handle broke, so the company seems to be handle welder challenged.

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Sharon Kerekes
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January 11th



Great product and very useful. Built well and price was good.

January 6th via mobile
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Gorilla Garden Dump Cart


I was concerned when I got the package, it was so banged up and torn that I thought it might be missing parts or be broken but it wasn't. It had been taped up with a ton of tape by the carrier and it got here without missing any parts. We examined it carefully to make sure it was ok, I figured if it could get here with the box so damaged and the cart being in perfect shape it's going to stand up to many years of heavy use.

I got this cart and was surprised by how many parts there were to put together. I asked my husband to do it and he had it done in about half an hour, it would have taken me hours as I'm not very handy.

Once the cart was put together I could see it's very sturdy and well built, awesome cart! Very easy to pull and use in the yard and garden. It's going to be used non stop next spring when I start my yard work and will make it easier than ever to get my planting and chores done. Very handy to dump the cart by pulling one lever, it will be easy to haul dirt around and dump it where I want it.

I'm very happy with this cart, very well built and sturdy. The one drawback to me was in putting it together but thankfully for my husband it wasn't that big a deal.

November 28th, 2016 via
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solid quality, good price.


November 23rd, 2016 via
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work horse


This wheelbarrow is great. It makes my job easier, I love it

October 11th, 2016 via
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handy cart


love the tires, super handy
great for regular stuff around the yard.
Only knock is..
It doesn't dump dirt all the way out of the cart, its a struggle to get the last 5% out without struggle.
Overall..still like it a lot.

October 11th, 2016 via
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Good product


It is a heady duty cart and can easily carry out many yard waste. It is easy to dump. Note that you will need to assemble it once it arrives. It took me about 1 hr to assemble it.

September 29th, 2016 via
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Great little cart


This cart is great. It took a little bit of time to put together, but it can with detailed instructions with parts package marked with direction numbers.
I also like the ingenious handle that converts to a tractor cart bracket by removing 1 pin and spinning handle around.

September 12th, 2016 via mobile
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