Sandusky Lee CW4824 Muscle Carts Steel Utility Garden Wagon, 1000 lb. Load Capacity, 21-3/4″ Height x 48″ Length x 24″ Width

November 17, 2016 - Comment

This Sandusky Lee crate wagon has a 800-lb. load capacity, is made of steel, and comes with folding, removable sides for flatbed use. The crate wagon is designed for transporting up to 800 lb. of supplies, equipment, or materials. The crate’s steel mesh construction provides increased rust resistance over iron, and has powder-coated finish for

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This Sandusky Lee crate wagon has a 800-lb. load capacity, is made of steel, and comes with folding, removable sides for flatbed use. The crate wagon is designed for transporting up to 800 lb. of supplies, equipment, or materials. The crate’s steel mesh construction provides increased rust resistance over iron, and has powder-coated finish for durability. To facilitate loading and unloading of heavy items from the wagon, the sides of the crate fold down, and can be removed entirely for flatbed wagon applications, such as transporting oversized articles. The wagon comes with a 32″ steel handle with a D-style grip, and four 13″ x 5″ pneumatic rubber tires to resist abrasion and absorb shock while rolling on assorted indoor and outdoor terrain. The wagon is 27-3/8 x 48 x 24 inches (H x L x W). (H is height, the vertical distance from lowest to highest point; L is length, the horizontal distance from front to back; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right.) With the sides removed, the crate wagon’s height is 16-3/8″. This wagon requires some assembly (tools sold separately), and it is suitable for material handling applications in gardens, warehouses, construction sites, and stores, among others.

Utility carts are used for securely storing, organizing, and transporting equipment, supplies, and materials. They are suitable for use in industrial, manufacturing, and maintenance applications, as well as in the home.

Sandusky Lee manufactures steel storage products for office, commercial, industrial, and educational uses. The company is headquartered in Littlestown, PA.

Comments

Kate says:

Faulty Weld Makes Product Unusable Initially! The overall quality is quite good. However the welded tongue broke the first time it was used after assembly and UNLOADED!We fixed the problem by drilling two holes and bolting together.

Rizz says:

Crate Wagon OK Shipping was fast (2 or 3 days) and package was intact; no damage to contents. Assembly was easy but identifing nuts/bolts was a little difficult as the hardware blister pack didn’t have part numbers or sizes printed, and in a few instances different sized parts were packaged in the same blister. One wheel nut was defective and i’ll have to go to the hardware store to replace it. The hardware is definitely cheap China-made. Construction i would consider “light duty”. I’m not so sure i would put 1000# in this wagon. The bed twists easily when the wheels are not on level ground. I’m hoping a piece of 3/4 plywood bolted to the bottom will stiffen things up. The wheel base is quite narrow; they could have added another 4″ without interfering with the drop-down sides. Turning radius is quite good; good turning mechanism. The side rails are of quite thin metal and i can see how the bent easily for other reviewers. All in all, its ok… but as of today amazon has it…

Jaline says:

Not as described…but will still work This cart is a great size and will work fine for what I need it for. However, I purchased this cart based on the tire size, thinking that a larger tire would be more durable and easier to haul around in the dirt and grass. The description lists the tires as being 13″ x 5″. They are not. They are 12″ x 3-3/4″. I’d say that since the tires are smaller than listed, this cart will not pull 1000 pounds….it may hold 1000 pounds, but good luck moving 1000 pounds, especially if you are using it in your yard and not on a flat, paved surface or if you need to be able to turn the cart easily. 

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