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The Contractor-Grade Fold-A-Cart collapsible wheelbarrow can carry 400lbs or nine cubic feet — to give you some perspective, six cubic feet of water weighs about 370lbs.  When you’re done with the cart it folds down to about 20% of its full size and can hang on the wall with the included hanging bracket.

At its widest point the Fold-A-Cart measures only 31″ wide so it’ll fit through most exterior door frames. The cart rides on 15″ pneumatic rubber tires with double-sealed ball bearings to give you smooth and stable control over your load on most terrain.

Fold-A-Tools makes the tub from FLEXTRON fabric which is both heavy-duty and non-stick.  They make the frame from powder-coated heavy-duty steel and cover the handle with foam rubber grips for comfort and better control.

The FCG-400 Contractor-Grade Fold-A-Cart retails for $300, but you can find it for $250 if you look around.

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3 Responses to Contractor-Grade Folding Cart

  1. Manny says:

    very innovative. But what about loads like jagged rock, bricks etc…?

    probably would get torn apart. Correct me if I’m wrong though.

  2. kyle says:

    For what I would yse it for it would last about 3 days before I haul a bunch of rocks in it and end up buy ing a metal one

  3. John Hynes says:

    We have a folding cart in our horse barn and it’s become a great cart for hauling away the straw and shavings from each stall. One of the tire rims is damaged and needs replacing. Is there a distributor in Canada where we can purchase parts?
    We live in Alberta, Canada.

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