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Gorilla 600lb capacity dump cart $99.99 ($50 off) for garden/beach

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Jun 15, 2012
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Southern Ontario

[Princess Auto] Gorilla 600lb capacity dump cart $99.99 ($50 off) for garden/beach

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Newbie
Mar 19, 2012
49 posts
7 upvotes
Calgary
Princessauto sells the GCG-4 model. Lowes has the GOR4PS.
Newbie
Oct 10, 2008
81 posts
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I sent this deal to a friend and told him he could take his mama to the beach now.
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Aug 14, 2018
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GTA
Canadianmist wrote: I sent this deal to a friend and told him he could take his mama to the beach now.
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Sr. Member
Aug 27, 2008
625 posts
142 upvotes
montreal
I have this cart and it's easily worth the $150, hot deal at $100
Member
Jan 27, 2007
295 posts
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no mans land
Cannot recommend gorilla carts enough.
Member
Nov 6, 2012
338 posts
365 upvotes
Edmonton
Hell yeah bought 2, we just moved to an acreage so these will come in handy. Hope they can be pulled by an ATV
Newbie
Aug 13, 2020
33 posts
32 upvotes
How do wheelbarrow compares to this?
For gardening on around 4000 sq feet should I get this or a wheel barrow?
Deal Addict
Jul 11, 2006
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0z00n0 wrote: How do wheelbarrow compares to this?
For gardening on around 4000 sq feet should I get this or a wheel barrow?
I have the 1500lb load capacity and these carts are the cats $##. There is simply no comparing this to a wheel barrow. Tempted to jump on this as well just because...
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Member
Sep 15, 2012
234 posts
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ottawa
Any coupon codes for on line purchasing? Perhaps a free shipping one?
Deal Addict
Feb 1, 2008
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kay333 wrote: Any coupon codes for on line purchasing? Perhaps a free shipping one?
Go through the checkout process and it will discount the shipping fee near the end. Not sure if it needs to be over $100 or not. I added a few little items as well.
Jr. Member
Nov 23, 2017
141 posts
186 upvotes
NS
Got one of these last year, probably the best instructions / hardware packaging I've seen in something that requires assembly. Also a great product in itself.
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Apr 30, 2009
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GTA
0z00n0 wrote: How do wheelbarrow compares to this?
For gardening on around 4000 sq feet should I get this or a wheel barrow?
Each of them is good for different things.

The carts are easier to move around (you just pull them, no lifting) and more stable due to the 4 wheels.
A wheelbarrow is more maneuverable due to the single tire.

For dumping, a wheelbarrow wins by far. If the cart is full, you will have trouble dumping it as you need to pick up the front and thus lift basically all the weight of the contents. A wheel barrow has more weight over the pivot point, plus the handles provide leverage, making it easier to dump.
There is a reason wheelbarrows are used in construction/landscaping and the only dumping carts are the ones with a power dump.

For moving dirt, gravel or anything else you would dump out, get a wheelbarrow.
For moving items you don't dump, get the cart (e.g. bringing plants/trees to a planting site, moving items you lift on/off the cart).

If only buying one, I'd buy a wheelbarrow first for gardening, but I'd buy a construction style one (easier to move/dump than a flat one) with just one pneumatic (air-filled) tire as they roll much easier than flat-free tires.
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Mar 4, 2006
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Calgary
kay333 wrote: Any coupon codes for on line purchasing? Perhaps a free shipping one?
it's right in the page header on the main page...
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Dec 1, 2010
232 posts
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Windsor
0z00n0 wrote: How do wheelbarrow compares to this?
For gardening on around 4000 sq feet should I get this or a wheel barrow?
Since this is a Poly, I kept my rusty Yardworks wheel barrow, I don't want to dent the poly with a shovel.
Gorilla got smart and now has a steel all-yellow cart
Carts are well constructed and VERY easy to maneuvre.
I own the 1200lb, it's a beast.. in fact I may downgrade to this 600lb.
You won't regret this purchase.
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Feb 13, 2004
1248 posts
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Tx op! Couldn't figure out how to get free shipping and my local stores had no stock, but ordered anyways.

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