The 4th century Historian Augusta reports emperor Elagabalus used a wheelbarrow to transport women in his frivolous games at court. Old emperor Elagabulus would likely recognize today’s Gorilla Carts as a superior means of hauling around everything from girls to bags of compost. The Gorilla Carts (GOR866D) heavy-duty garden poly dump cart features a 2-in-1 convertible handle, 200-pounds of hauling capacity, and 40″ x 25″ bed.
About the GOR866D cart, Amazon reviewer, Sailracer, had this to say, “I have found all kinds of uses for this cart over the past couple months and it has held up exceptionally well. I moved lots of mulch and compost. It’s great for loading up at the compost pile and pulling it around to all the plants in the yard that need compost added. I put my air compressor in it and can easily pull it over to the pool or sprinkler for blowing out lines. At one point after I cut down a large pine tree, I used it for loading large chunks of the stump in for hauling off. As I was levering one 150 to 200 lb log over the top side edge of the cart I heard a loud crack. Upon closer inspection, the plastic bed cracked slightly at the corner of one of the square board holders used for inserting rails around the cart. This didn’t seem to affect the bed’s strength at all, however. I was really abusing the cart and am amazed it held up as well as it did.”
To find out if this Gorilla Cart is right for you, click here.
To see the Gorilla Cart in action, watch the video:
I image emperor Elagabalus’ YouTube video of the Gorilla Cart in action would quickly get banned. You, on the other hand, will no doubt put this cart to work in the manner befitting a serious gardener.