HEAVY DUTY CART: Durable, double wall plastic construction yard cart withstands heavy loads as well as outdoor elements without rusting or denting. It can even overwinter in the backyard. Holds 200 lbs.
EXTRA LARGE FLAT BED: Convenient, low to ground, flat garden cart bed makes it easy to haul heavy loads like potted annuals, split wood, mulch, soil, stones and more. A great help in the backyard!
EASY MANEUVERING GARDEN CART: Two large wheels are designed for easy rolling, turning, pivoting, and pulling. Smooth handle releases for storage and is easy to grip for stable loading, moving, and unloading.
EASY ASSEMBLEY AND STORAGE: 5 minute assembly. Quick release handle comes off for efficient storage or to transport in a car.
AMERICAN MADE: All Simplay3 products are designed and manufactured in the USA and backed by Ohio based customer service and support!
The Easy Haul Flat Bed Cart by American Home is the carry-all companion to haul almost anything almost anywhere! The extra long handle and 2 large wheels make our flatbed easy to maneuver, and its durable plastic construction offers years of use. The handle can be removed for efficient storage or easy transport. Whether you’re landscaping, carrying equipment to the soccer field or hauling wood to the house, this lightweight cart easily moves the heaviest of loads. Made in the USA.
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Our designers try to move from idea to working model as quickly as they can using easily accessible materials. With the Easy Haul Flat Bed Cart that meant lots of PVC pipe, some electrical tape and a little ingenuity.
5 Minute Assembly & Easy Storage
With only 5 minutes, you can have your Easy Haul Flat Bed together and hauling. In the same amount of time you can disassemble for efficient flat or easy hang storage.
Our designers had to play with the axle placement to get it just right. The idea was to find the sweet spot for even weight disbursement, maneuverability, and load capacity.