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Help me find this plastic garden cart/wheelbarrow

Posted by florascapes z5 MA (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 16, 03 at 15:46

I've just checked through numerous catalogs, websites and various forums and I'm still stumped.

A friend has this great flat ended (in the front)small wheelbarrow/cart. It sounds like some others I've seen but this one doesn't have huge tires (reg. or bicycyle). It fits in the back of her Subaru Legacy wagon like the one I just bought. Her mom bought it for her at the Christmas Tree shop or someplace like that for about $30. (I can afford to pay up to about $60). It carries about the same amount as a regular wheelbarrow but is much lower to the ground. I need the same thing. Can anyone suggest where I might find one? I've tried lots of hardware stores, specialty garden centers, A.M. Leonard, and Gardener's Supply catalogs just to name a few. Any help you can offer would be appreciated. Barbara

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RE: Help me find this plastic garden cart/wheelbarrow

I found one at Home Depot, it is made by Scotts, plastic looks like a wheel barrel, but lower to the ground. The handle is adjustable and there is a brake that you can use to prvent it from rolling away. it cost $39.It is made for gardening and the name on it is Garden Pal or Buddy, I can look and get the model number for you. Just let me know if you need more information.

RE: Help me find this plastic garden cart/wheelbarrow

Thanks Diana,
I looked at that one at Home Depot and still found it too big to fit in my car. But they had a dark green boxier looking wagon that I chose instead and seems to be just the ticket. Thanks, Barbara

are you talking about the smartcart wheelbarrow?

it is probably more expensive than what you were talking about above, but there is this wheelbarrow that has a lower front called a "smartcart" or maybe it is "smart cart".

Here is a link that might be useful: wheelbarrow

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