The Garden Wagon Goes Hi-Tech

By Charlie Nardozzi, October 11, 2005

Fall is a time to clean up the garden, haul compost, and restock the firewood pile. A sturdy garden wagon is essential for these tasks. The new Ursa Wagon is a step up from a wheelbarrow or garden cart. It features four, 16-inch, solid rubber or pneumatic (depending on the model) tires, a rust-resistant anodized aluminum frame, and a heavy-duty plastic bed that won't crack even when exposed to -40 degree F temperatures. The bed can carry loads of up to 500 pounds, and can even be used to mix concrete.

You can pull the wagon by hand or attach it to a garden tractor and haul it like a trailer. The high ground clearance allows you to pull it over rocks and uneven terrain, and the front axle pivots 270 degrees, allowing for turns in tight places.

For more information on these new wagons, go to: Ursa Wagon.

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