Farm & Ranch FR100F Steel Flatbed Utility Cart with Padded Pull Handle and 10-Inch Pneumatic Tires, 300-Pound Capacity, 34-Inches by 18-Inches, Green Finish

November 17, 2016 - Comment

The Farm & Ranch FR100F Steel Flatbed Utility Cart is a transportation tool that makes moving supplies around the yard seem effortless when working on gardening and landscaping projects. Made of steel with a steel mesh bed and green powder coated frame finish, this flatbed cart saves time and reduces fatigue by allowing the user

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The Farm & Ranch FR100F Steel Flatbed Utility Cart is a transportation tool that makes moving supplies around the yard seem effortless when working on gardening and landscaping projects. Made of steel with a steel mesh bed and green powder coated frame finish, this flatbed cart saves time and reduces fatigue by allowing the user to quickly and easily move up to 300-pounds of supplies around the yard. The 10-inch pneumatic turf tires, 5/8-inch bore and straight padded handle are designed to tackle any terrain and makes the flatbed easy to move even when hauling heavy dirt, mulch, gravel or plants. The FR100F bed dimensions measure 34-inches (L) by 18-inches (H) by 1-inches (W), has an overall height of 14.375-inches and weighs 28.25-pounds. Farm & Ranch offers a complete line of replacement pneumatic tires, no flat tires, tire tubes and traditional lawn and garden carts that range from 300-pound to 1500-pound capacities. The Farm & Ranch FR100F Steel Flatbed Utility Cart comes with a 1-year limited warranty. Tricam is a leading consumer products company who continues to lead the industry with innovative, patented designs throughout their entire product line. Tricam’s products include household step stools, lawn and garden carts, replacement tires and tire tubes.

Comments

John Wayne Lea says:

Very happy! A very nice,easy to put together little wagon. For the price,you can’t go wrong. Assembly instructions are simple. Even without them you could put it together by just looking at the box. Will it hold three hundred pounds? Yes! If you LAY the weight on it. I don’t think it would last long being used a barn yard wagon if a person just dumped that type of poundage on. Tires? Cute! They will hold up doing yard chores. I would not advise taking them up to fifteen miles an hour,an if you move that fast,you better get a bigger wagon then sign up for then Summer Wagon Pullen Olympics. I bought it to haul around my small generator ,which it dose quite well. Now! Caution! Your wife will try to take for her own.

leftybill says:

Good utility cart I typically write positive reviews for the products that I buy so bear that in mind. This utility cart was purchased to replace a heavy wheel barrel which was a little too wide for my fence gate. I am using this for mostly yard work, although it would work nicely as a wagon replacement, albeit, without sides. 

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