Jackson Wheelbarrow. 6 cu. ft. Steel Wheelbarrow

$120.46

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Shop for Garden Center at The Home Depot. Jackson wheelbarrows are the professionals' choice for superior quality, value and performance. Heavy duty steel trays, professional grade steel undercarriages and strong hardwood handles add up to the toughest, most dependable wheelbarrows on the jobsite. Don't compromise, choose Jackson and get the job done.


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Product Type: Wheelbarrows


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Product Title: Jackson Wheelbarrow. 6 cu. ft. Steel Wheelbarrow

Manufacturer: Jackson

Lowest Price: $99.97 from Home Depot

Power Score: 4.3 | 21 Reviews


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This product is typical chinese made stuff

I have owned jackson wheelbarrows before and let me say this is not a USA made wheelbarrow. Old jackson wheelbarrows were made using a single piece of metal for the tub.The new one I went to go purchase on 6-8-2013 is a three piece design or two ,I cant remember as I took it back within the hour. Pros : none Cons: Holes on the wood spacers that go underneath the actual handle bars were either to...
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By RMartinez on Home Depot - Jun 8, 2013

Strong and stable wheelbarrow

This is a good, strong, and stable wheelbarrow that can take a load of rocks or bricks with ease. It was more expensive than what I think a wheelbarrow should cost, but I wasn't about to waste money on a cheaper product that wouldn't last.

By Jaoltr on Home Depot - May 29, 2013

Assembly; done in store was rushed.

Great wheel barrow. The assembly was done in store and was rushed. Some bolts protruding out.

By patriot on Home Depot - May 28, 2013

Most sturdy wheelbarrow I have ever used

Overall, this is a great wheelbarrow. At the price point though, I do wish that the tire was a bit more rugged. I already got a flat due to running it over some brush with some thorns that were too much for the tire to handle. I'm not necessarily a fan of the flat-free tires, but perhaps a thicker rubber would have been a good solution here. I did buy a nice plastic tub wheelbarrow for my...
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By Brad on Home Depot - May 28, 2013

Tire cracking after 1 year.

After one year the pneumatic tire developed pronounced cracks. The wheelbarrow has been used only for personal, non-commercial work. The tire has been kept at the correct 30 psi inflation and the wheelbarrow has never been left out in the weather or exposed to chemicals or fumes. I know rubber will dry out and crack with age, however the cracks in this tire are already worse than the cracks in...
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By JoeN on Home Depot - May 15, 2013

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