Carelessly Manufactured, Terrible Directions
Aug 30, 2020
Buyers should be warned that without the proper tools this cart will be difficult, if not impossible, to assemble. In the process of assembly I used a drill with a 5/16 bit, a ratchet wrench, an adjustable wrench, a hex wrench and a trigger bar clamp. Why so many tools for bolting together a 4-piece aluminum frame? Because the holes of the legs and handle sections didn't line up properly. I used the clamp to hold 2 sections in place while I drilled out the holes. Then I used my ratchet wrench on the nut and my adjustable wrench on the bolt to tighten them. While I could easily guess as to where to use the washers (no mention in the directions) I could imagine some folks scratching their heads at the cryptic directions and fuzzy illustrations. The final line for assembly is "pound on 'axcle' cap" which may have been designed to physically relieve stress but unfortunately the caps easily slide into place to be tightened with a hex wrench neither mentioned nor provided by the manufacturer. Yes, I had a set. The welds on the frame look slapdash, hopefully they will hold up under stress. The tires look solid and sturdy. I am looking forward to moving lots of firewood over both smooth and rough terrain. I will update if allowed.
Lehman's says: We're sorry to hear that you had so many complications with assembly! If you find that you are unhappy with your purchase, please let us know!
Dec 17, 2019
Got this for my husband but I found it is easy to haul in wood using this that I take my turn too. We had been using the bag from Lehmans to haul on wood, I could only carry a couple of sticks and my husband could load the whole bag but at our ages it was becoming a struggle. With the cart either of us can haul in twice as much as the bag holds with 1/2 the effort, even up the porch steps.
BEST CHRISTMAS PRESENT EVER
Jan 4, 2018
LOVE this cart, very sturdy and well made, goes up steps easily, saves countless trips out to the wood pile. got just in time for coldfront temps down in twenties here in the south. holds 5 or 6 armfuls, large sturdy wheels roll up the steps easily, park it beside the fireplace, looks nice, lasts all day. all the parts needed were included, bolts proper length, instructions included, went together very easily. cheaper poorly made knockoffs on other website, this one's built to last, def money well spent. thank you for making this product.
Nov 4, 2017
I bought the cart a year before I actually used it because we are only at our cabin part of the year. The cart was easy to put together in the beginning, but the last few screws were hard because the holes didn't line up very well. I had to have our construction crew finish assembling it for me. The cart is light weight and fairly sturdy. With all the construction we have going on, we had to move the wood pile down hill, far away from the house. Originally I was using a wheelbarrow to move wood up the driveway, then I would throw the wood up the stairs, then pick it up again and stack it near the back door. I finally decided to try the cart, not thinking it would make much difference, because I'm not that strong. I loaded the wood 1/2 way because the ground was slushy, uneven, and there were areas of deep gravel I had to pull it through. The cart was well balanced and not difficult at all. Much easier than the wheelbarrow. I decided to try going up the stairs, and to my surprise it was really easy! I decided to keep going right into the back door, down the hall, through the kitchen, all the way to the wood stove. When I unloaded all the wood, I was surprised at how much wood there actually was! It would have taken me at least 5 arm-load trips without the cart. I am pleasantly surprised at how amazing the cart worked and look forward to using it again tomorrow!
Amish Wood Cart
Jul 29, 2017
A well thought out, simple machine for hauling in firewood; light weight and easy to use. Unfortunately, the physical execution of the design was lacking. Specifically. the supplied eight (8) cap screws were only two inches long. That is also the exact width of the two square stock pieces that must be bolted together. Ergo, not enough cap screw protrudes to properly catch the the lock nuts. Thus, a trip to the hardware store to purchase 2 1/2" long cap screws to use in place of the 2" supplied cap screws. In addition, one of the eight pre-drilled holes for the referenced cap screws was not aligned perfectly with its mating piece and required remediation. Would give it a 5 star, but considering the above 3 is possibly a bit generous.
Lehman's says: Thanks for taking the time to let us know! We appreciate your feedback and are checking into this.
Don't bother looking anywhere else.
Apr 4, 2017
The sturdiest, most well-made carrier I've seen anywhere. The oversized solid rubber wheels make it easy to maneuver. It's light and carries a huge amount of wood. We live at 8,000 feet and wood is our main heating source. It hauls a LOT of wood and takes a real beating again and again. Way worth the investment.
One of the best purchases we've made
Aug 2, 2016
This is one of the best purchases we've made in recent memory. This cart is well-designed, balanced, easy to use. It has changed "bringing in the wood" from a chore to something we look forward to. On top of all that it is well-made. It feels and looks durable. The size is well thought out and just right. We put it through its paces this past season. We heat with wood and the verdict is two thumbs way up! Thank you for offering this clever solution to moving wood easily.