Extra heavy duty wood cart features non-marring wheels and sturdy wood handle. Generously deep basket means that you can transport many pieces of firewood at once. Narrow width allows you to bring the cart directly to the hearth! Fixed feet at front ...See All Product Details
Extra heavy duty wood cart features non-marring wheels and sturdy wood handle. Generously deep basket means that you can transport many pieces of firewood at once. Narrow width allows you to bring the cart directly to the hearth! Fixed feet at front keep cart in place during loading and unloading.
- Black finish
- Wrought iron construction
- Makes getting and storing wood easy
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- Type: Wood Carts
- Material: Wrought Iron
- Color Family: Black
- Overall Width: 14"
- Overall Height: 40"
- Overall Depth: 19"
- Item Weight: 33 lbs.
Iron wood cart
Myron MacLeod 1142122 Forged Iron Wood Cart - Vintage Iron Finishhigh ratinghigh quality and works well. nice heavy metal with good finish and it met my expectations. It was perfect for what I wanted. I would recommend it.
Forged Iron Wood Cart
I had been using a heavy-duty canvas bag to carry in firewood, and it was just getting to heavy to carry in a day's worth of wood. I had been eyeing on of these things for a couple of years, and finally splurged on it this season. Along with the canvas liner, this thing is great. I can carry three times as much wood with about half the effort. It also looks nice by the fireplace. Even loaded to the top with oak, the axle is very strong and the wheels roll great!
Rolling Firewood Carrier
This product is made with heavy weight steel, and is easy to assemble. Much more than I expected. In the spring and summer I use it as a garden hose holder. This carrier is a great product.
Haulls heavy loads of 18-20"logs in the house without trouble. Need a canvas log carrier under the load to contain bark etc. difficult assembly for one person
The wheels pick up gravel and grit outside then track it into my house and scratches up my floors!
The wheels fell off the first time I used it.