Arnold EZ-Stow Hauler

Mar 30, 2016

Category: Gear

It’s that time of year again; the snow has melted, the days are getting longer, and folks are beginning to think about what they can get done in the yard before the summer is in full swing. Whatever project you end up starting, the EZ Stow Hauler is the perfect tool to help you get it done.

Constructed using an impact resistant polymer, this hauler can fold down for lugging larger loads, and can open up for a no hassle wash with a garden hose. The modular design on the yard car makes it so you can hitch it to a tractor or lawn mower, or use it as a wheelbarrow by using the handle attachment. One would expect something this durable and sturdy (it can to carry up to 800 pounds) would be tough to store – but the sides fold down without a hassle for simple storage that’ll save you lots of space. You can buy one for $345. [Purchase]

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