Heavy Duty Low Wheel Cart, 7.5 Cubic Foot, Unassembled, Black

SKU: FG564000BLA

The Rubbermaid Commercial Big Wheel Cart is a professional-grade wheelbarrow that can support up to 300 lbs.

  • 300 lb. capacity
  • Suitable for industrial, commercial, and agricultural work
  • Strong, durable one-piece construction
  • Reinforced steel axle for heavy-duty hauling
  • High-floatation 8" wide wheels provide easy mobility over most surfaces (This text needs to be confirmed as this wheel differs from FG564210bla)

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The Rubbermaid Commercial Big Wheel Cart 7.5 cubic foot unassembled, 300 lb. capacity

Features and Benefits:

  • 300 lb. capacity
  • Suitable for industrial, commercial, and agricultural work
  • Strong, durable one-piece construction
  • Reinforced steel axle for heavy-duty hauling
  • High-floatation 8" wide wheels provide easy mobility over most surfaces (This text needs to be confirmed as this wheel differs from FG564210bla)

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Packaging Length33.80 in85.85 cm
Product Packaging Width58.00 in147.32 cm
Product Packaging Height28.30 in71.88 cm
Product Packaging Weight45.80 lb732.80 kg
Upc00086876185461
Case Pack Length34.50 in87.63 cm
Case Pack Width58.50 in148.59 cm
Case Pack Height29.00 in73.66 cm
Case Pack Weight49.20 lb22.36 kg
Ucc00086876185461
Case Pack Quantity1
ColorBlack
Material TypePlastic
Country of OriginUSA

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