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  1. #1
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    Default Christmas list spin-off

    For those who ever spent time pushing a wheelbarrow, do you have a favorite brand and/or type that will hold up well and is reasonably easy to use? I'm seeing a need.



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    No particular brand comes to mind but make sure you get one with a flat free tire. You can't put a price on not having a flat tire at the most inopportune time.



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    I used a two-wheeled weelbarrow for a few years before trying my garden cart out in the barn. I love using the cart compared to the wheelbarrow.

    http://www.gardeners.com/Medium-Gard...efault,cp.html

    It's easier to lift - more of the load weight is over the wheels so I am not lifting the weight of the load as much as I have to with a wheelbarrow. It's also lower to the ground so I don't have to lift the fork as high to dump it in the cart. I got tendinitis one year and it bothers me if I do too much repetitive lifting aka stall cleaning or snow shoveling.



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