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How do you choose the correct wheel replacement for your garden utility yard cart? Homestead Carts can show you how to choose the right size wheel for your yard utility garden cart and supply the best wheels available. Your yard utility garden cart should be built to last as well as being functional. Homestead Carts will do that for you. Still, just like your car, one item will eventually need repalced, wheels. Homestead offers a variety of replacement wheels,  Built in the Great Pacific Northwest to be tough and long lasting, the wheels and tires supplied by Homestead Carts are exactly that!

HOW DO YOU CHOOSE THE RIGHT WHEEL FOR YOUR CART?
STILL MADE IN THE "GOOD OL USA" - AND WE GUARANTEE OUR CARTS 100%

How To Choose The Right Size Wheel For Your Yard Utility Garden Cart 
WHEEL DIAMETER   WHEEL DIMENSION LOCATIONS   WHEEL HUBS 
The wheel diameter is based on the full diameter of the wheel. In other words, from outside of rubber to outside of rubber. The wheel diameter is not the rim diameter.   How to Choose Wheel  The wheel hub width is measured from the outside of the hub to the outside of the hub. The hub is the center part of the wheel.

BEARING SIZE: The bearing size is the diameter of your axle.
 
Whats the difference between solid and pnumatic tires? Solid rubber tires cannot go flat. They can get damaged, but it is unlikely that one incident will render a solid rubber tire inoperable, as can happen to a pneumatic tire. Pneumatic tires offer better shock absorption for a smoother ride and are much lighter than solid rubber tires.

Rubber Versus Pneumatic Wheels

Most tires are constructed from some form of rubber. But, "rubber tires" usually refers to tires made entirely from solid rubber. Pneumatic tires are the typical tires we are use to having on our cars and bicycles. They have a solid rubber surface, but the inside is inflated with air.

Advantages

Solid rubber tires cannot go flat. They can get damaged, but it is unlikely that one incident will render a solid rubber tire inoperable, as can happen to a pneumatic tire. Pneumatic tires offer better shock absorption for a smoother ride and are much lighter than solid rubber tires.

Applications

Pneumatic tires are used almost exclusively where weight and ride comfort are a factor, such as on automobiles and aircraft. Solid rubber tires are popular in terrain that could pose puncture hazards to rubber tires, and where ride comfort and weight are less of a factor. Tractors, forklifts and similar equipment often use solid rubber tires.

Maintenance

Solid tires are maintenance-free. They are replaced when they become too worn or damaged. They can withstand punctures and debris, and still operate well. Pneumatic tires, on the other hand, risk failure due to punctures and debris. And even without damage that may cause a flat tire, they must still be checked and refilled with air regularly to keep them inflated properly. Original Source: https://itstillruns.com/rubber-versus-pneumatic-wheels-7959001.html
 


 carry hazel nuts with your cart

The Homestead 26" Wheel Carts easily moves over 300 lbs. of hazelnuts!

MADE WITH AB MARINE GRADE PLYWOOD

Protect the Homestead floor from scratches and nicks with a steel bed liner. Haul a fuller load with a removable rear end gate. Choose the Homestead that fits your needs.

ASSEMBLY AND MATERIAL: You will receive your cart in two boxes. The trim and bottom plate are shipped in place on the cart. After unpacking, you must mount axle, wheels, sides, leg support and leg, corner braces and handle. Our experienced assembler can assemble a cart in 20 minutes, so it may take an hour or more for the first time assembly. Plywood is treaded & stained. All carts use standard 3/4" diameter axle. Both size cart wheels have heavy duty 32 spokes and replaceable pressed bearings. Axle drilled for cotter pin. Bed liner is 24 gauge, upper trim is 22 gauge, rails & frame is 20 gauge sheet metal.

Homestead CartS  ARE  BuilT Tough and Made to Last

cards accepted by Homestead Carts

load your boat using your cart

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