Best Wheelbarrow For Moving Dirt

. October 14, 2017 . 0 Comments

When looking for the best wheelbarrow for moving dirt, purchase a good quality one that will make the job fun and easier to do.

What to look out for when buying a wheelbarrow for moving dirt;

Load Tray Material

The load tray material is important when purchasing a wheelbarrow. The steel tray material tends to last longer and can withstand heavy loads.

Handles and grips

Look for good quality handles and grips that make hauling easy. The size and shape also affects the turning and dumping processes. Textured material -like ribbed rubber on the handles make them easier to hold onto even on hot days when your hands might get sweaty.

Load Capacity

The size of the tray determines how much load you can carry. Shallow tray limits the hauling capacity thereby increasing the number of trips made to complete a task

Review of the best wheelbarrow for moving dirt.

Model

Hauling Capacity

Wheels

Where to buy

Polar Trailer 8449

400 pounds

2

True Temper 6 Cubic Foot Never Flat Tire Steel Wheelbarrow

150 pounds

1

Gorilla Carts GOR866D Heavy-Duty

1200 pounds

4

Worx Aerocart Multifunction

300 pounds

2

Jackson M6T22

150 pounds

1

Polar Trailer 8449 is a light weight yet heavy duty wheelbarrow that is capable hauling up to 400 pounds of dirt. This cart is best suited to carry heavy loose material that would otherwise tip over a wheelbarrow. It’s designed to fit into small spaces because it has a large pivoting distance.

It has a steel frame complete with a metal handle.

Pros;

  • Light weight
  • Durable
  • Well-balanced
  • Easy to lift up

Cons;

  • Difficult to Assemble
  • Fragile tires
  • Uncomfortable handle

2. True Temper 6 Cubic Foot Never Flat Tire Steel Wheelbarrow

This single wheel designed,6 cubic foot traditional wheelbarrow is among the best for moving dirt. It’s made of steel and that makes it more durable and heavier than the plastic bin options but that helps in balancing the dirt that you will be hauling.


The one wheel enables you to maneuver around corners with ease and the solid tire glides along smooth surfaces effortlessly.

When you are done with you work, we recommend that you store it indoors or covered so as to prevent rusting when exposed to water.

Pros

  • Sturdy construction
  • Large bin
  • Durable flat tires
  • Strong handles

Cons

  • May rust if not properly stored after home use
  • Steel bucket may dent

3. Gorilla Carts GOR866D Heavy-Duty Garden Poly Dump Cart

This Gorilla cart is designed to make loading and unloading of heavy garden materials like dirt fast and easy. It comes with a handle that makes the pulling process effortless. The dumping process is accurate as it leaves nothing behind to sweep after dumping all the contents.

It has a carrying capacity of 1200 pounds and that means you don’t have to keep going back and forth when moving a lot of dirt.

What we like:

  • ​Has a comfortable grip
  • Good turning radius
  • It is easy to pull

What we don't like:

  • Difficult to assemble
  • Can be off-balanced

4. Worx Aerocart Multifunction Wheelbarrow

If you are looking for a lightweight multipurpose wheelbarrow to move dirt when you are landscaping, the Worx Aerocart is best suited. This wheelbarrow can handle large loads of dirt and the two wheel design offers greater balance when hauling.

Another feature you cannot ignore is the fact that it can transform into a dolly and when paired with in built flower pot strap, you can be able to transport fragile items safely without worrying about spillage. It has other accessories that help you move rocks and other garden tools with ease.

This wheelbarrow is made of steel and finished with paint. Its carrying capacity is 300 pounds.

Pros

  • Lightweight but very sturdy
  • Its narrow design enables it to fit through doors easily
  • It has solid non- pneumatic wheels
  • Converts into a dolly

Cons

  • Bowl design can be awkward with some loads

5. Jackson M6T22

This 6 cubic foot steel tray wheelbarrow makes the cut for the best wheelbarrow for moving dirt because of its large capacity and curved front lip that makes it easy to dump contents.

It’s made of tough, thick steel which makes it sturdier than those made from polyethylene and there’s little chance that the tub will crack under pressure. It comes with one pneumatic wheel so you will be required to pump it with air. This type of tire handles bumpy surfaces with ease.

The handles are made from hardwood and are easy to replace in case of rot.

Pros

  • Excellent maneuverability
  • Air-filled tire reduces stress over bumps
  • Heavy-duty bucket

Cons

  • Prone to rust
  • Expect scratches and dents over time

Conclusion

Choosing the right wheelbarrow for the right job does not have to be a difficult task. Take into consideration the maneuverability, sturdiness and any accessories it might come with.

In my review, the Worx Aerocart Multifunction Wheelbarrow is the best wheelbarrow for moving dirt. With the solid tires, you don’t have to worry about flats and the ability to transform into a dolly makes its an excellent choice

Category: WheelBarrow Reviews 2016

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