This was in reply to my critique of theTrue Temper wheelbarrow I recently
bought and assembled.
I selected a "homeowners" model - rather than a "contractors" model which
sells for as much as $150 more. What I got was the parts intended for the
model / price I bought. The next time I was at the "big box" store I
checked and they had a couple dozen of this model and several other
assembled - all with the wobbly wheel. The products priced about $100 and
up had no wobble.
I just came from a local hardware store where I watched a guy assemble a
similar True Temper wheelbarrow. I was not impressed. And they charge 15%
more than the "big box" store for the same model.
True Temper customer assistance was of no help.
My solution was to cut a piece of tin (I happened to have a piece of .017
thick) and wrap it around the axle before I slid the axle back through the
wheel. There is no more wobble on my wheelbarrow. I did let TT customer
service know of this fix.
Galvanized sheet metal is also a good fire stop. Cut and rolled, then
riveted sheet metal into a size just a bit larger than my on end barrel
shaped smoker. Works like a champ during windy and calm days as well.
Keeps the smoker from getting too much air on windy days.
How about a tax to support any military conflict/police action over 3 months
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