Apple Picker Ultimate Muck Cart

$63.74
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Apple Picker Ultimate Muck Cart

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Product Summary:

Muck Cart
 
This sturdy muck cart holds up to a 70 quart muck bucket. Pneumatic wheels and a re-enforced frame enable this cart to hold up to 300 lbs. Constructed of steel tubing, an adjustable handle, and a silver vein powder coat finish. Every barn or stable should have one, get yours today!
 
Product Features: 
  • Adjustable handle
  • Sturdy design
  • Holds up to a 70 quart muck bucket (bucket not included)
  • Easy assembly
Item Specifications: 
  • Holds up to 300 lbs.
Item Weight:  
12 lbs. 

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My husband loves this cart! It does double duty in the yard.
Sarah G on Dec 1, 2014
how do you empty the bucket? how can you lift it out when it is full?
A shopper on Nov 29, 2014
Best Answer: I position the cart right up to the side of the spreader and cart handle perpendicular to spreader, while I stand with hip next to spreader. Then lean over the cart's handle and let it support some of my weight, then use my biceps to lift the bucket upward towards the spreader enough to hang the edge of the bucket on the spreader's rail. Most of the time nowadays I don't fill the bucket all the way up, because I'm getting old, LOL.
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