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Ames True Temper C6 6-Cubic-Foot Steel Tray Contractor Wheelbarrow

by Ames

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  • Heavy Duty Construction
  • Traditional Steel Tray
  • Hardwood handles
  • Ships In Three Boxes
  • Length: 58.75 Width: 25.5 Height: 27

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 97.8 x 64.8 x 40.6 cm ; 7 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 67 Kg
  • Item model number: C6
  • ASIN: B0002GD19Y
  • Date first available at Nov. 4 2011
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Product Description

With 6 cubic feet of hauling capacity, this True Temper wheelbarrow is ideal for homeowners, landscapers and light construction work. The 6 cubic foot seamless steel tray is plenty tough and will provide years of service. Around the house or on the job, this is the right wheelbarrow for the job. 6 cubic foot capacity. Seamless steel tray. 16 inch tubed tire. 60 inch seal coated hardwood handles. Length: 58.75 Width: 25.5 Height: 27

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa0b3887c) out of 5 stars 15 reviews
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa0b187bc) out of 5 stars Not Heavy Duty! May 21 2011
By Bob Williamson - Published on
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This was advertised as being 'heavy duty' for contractors. I believe they may have pulled the homeowner version and shipped to me. Handles are weak and supports are thin. This is a $49 wheelbarrow.
17 of 21 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa04b869c) out of 5 stars Buy this wheelbarrow and save your back! June 25 2009
By littlegull - Published on
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I purchased this modestly-priced wheelbarrow to help with my spring and summer gardening chores, and it has proven to be very useful. It easily hauls a heavy load of mulch wherever I need it, and is a real asset for other outdoor projects as well. Because of its size it was a little tricky to assemble, and the wheel needs to be inflated to its optimum pressure, but the whole job still took me less than an hour. If you're looking for a sturdy, no-nonsense wheelbarrow, this would be a good choice.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa119e540) out of 5 stars Price and design May 9 2013
By Matt - Published on
Buyers should be aware that this is a light duty wheelbarrow. If you plan on hauling rocks, bricks, and/or concrete, plan on replacing this product within 1-3 years if not sooner. Also, this exact model is $49.97 at Home Depot. I don't quite understand why it is so much more expensive here. In any event, not bad for small "around the house" stuff.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa0b6bc48) out of 5 stars Doesn't stand up to real use April 26 2012
By PJMS - Published on
This wheelbarrow might be good for light-duty tasks, but anytime I have put a normal-sized load (sand, cement, or even dirt and compost) the wheel bows to either side, and the wheelbarrow tips uncontrollably. The thin metal stand is too weak to support even an 80 lb load properly, especially over bumpy ground. Another problem with this wheelbarrow, is that once you tip the contents, the metal piece in front of the wheel pushes back against the wheel, locking it in place. All of these problems exist even after I have made repeated attempts to tighten the bolts and made sure the tire pressure was correct.
After receiving a 6 yard load of compost this weekend, I had the worst time struggling to keep this wheelbarrow upright, even with loads that were only half full. But the most frustrating part was that the wheel bent under a normal-sized load when I was half-way done, and I wasn't able to finish the job.
Bottom line: this wheelbarrow is produced cheaply, was not produced with usability or the customer in mind, and cannot withstand normal use. Avoid.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1b0b8c4) out of 5 stars Poorly Crafted JUNK Jan. 9 2014
By Josh - Published on
This is one of the worst purchases I've ever made. Didn't buy from Amazon, but my hate for it is so extreme that I felt compelled to post a review of it here, when I came across it while looking for a replacement for the worthless piece of trash that I currently have.

Where to begin with this thing? The bucket is constructed of thin metal, not heavy-duty like you'd expect. The metal is so thin that it is flexible, and mine has cracks near the bolt holes that hold the bucket to the frame, the cracks caused by metal fatigue. This has in turn weakened the structure of an already weak design. Next, the assembly materials: there are no lock washers, so if you don't go out and buy washers and lock washers for every connection, the bolts will loosen themselves and cause the wheelbarrow to become very unstable. This will happen very quickly, the wheelbarrow rattles itself apart, especially the bolts that hold the wheel assembly to the frame. Even after having washers installed, if you actually use this piece of junk for hauling heavy things like concrete, the whole wheelbarrow has a tendency to warp and bend, making it difficult to move and maneuver, and it is untrustworthy when even when sitting on the ground because the whole frame shifts under loads. The tire is thin and was punctured within 10 minutes of using it; I had to go buy a universal, foam filled replacement, which frankly should be standard on something that calls itself a "contractor" version. The little bar in front of the wheel CONSTANTLY twists up or down and will cause the wheelbarrow to stop in its tracks due to the friction it causes on the tire. If you buy this, be prepared to adjust that poorly held bar after dumping every load. No exaggeration. This in turn loosens the bolts holding the bar on, which further destabilizes the wheelbarrow.

There is nothing whatsoever to like about this product. Its first failure happened within an hour of assembling it with the tire friction thing, which caused me to trip and lose a load of concrete. I despise this item, and now I hate the company that sells it. I won't buy an Ames item or the True Temper brand, I would rather use my bare hands.

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