Francis Mallet wrote:In my situation if I had to choose one I'd go with the single wheel model. I don't have to choose so I have both :)
Oh, and with flat-free tires please!
Steve Thorn wrote:I have a Gorilla Cart and have really enjoyed it.
I had a similar issue as the reviewer did in the YouTube video below when I moved an extremely heavy load, but I was able to fix it myself though with a minor adjustment.
I got one a few years ago, and most of the people who have used mine bought themselves one.
They are super easy to maneuver with light loads, can be pulled with one hand, and can also be towed.
Jim Fry wrote:Also the tires on the carts are thinner, so if you have thorns or puncturing stuff, you'll have more flats with the cart.
Jay Angler wrote:@ Juniper - that's a very nice looking set of wheels! I've seen some two-wheeled barrows with the wheels much closer, but the version you've bought looks as if it will be very stable. How's it for turning?
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