Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 3
Rated 4 out of 5 by deerhunter105 not so easy
it works well if you put it together & don't want to take it apart again
it takes to long to put the bolts nut that come with it together
I bought hitch pins @a local hardware store & used zip ties I put the zip tie trough the nut around the hitch pin wire so they are always there
another thing I did is put plastick ends in all the open ends to keep out dirt & weather
December 26, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Chippewa Ridge Hunter Game Cart
This cart works well in the field, however, the quality is not up to par. In assembly, the threaded knobs do not tighten by hand, so a wrench is needed, a real disadvantage in disassembly and storage. The biggest drawback is the strong rubbery smell of the wheels, which has not gone away,even after the 6 weeks I have owned the cart.
This might be OK if transporting in an open pick-up truck, but in my SUV the odor is overwhelming with windows closed for the winter weather. I am contemplating painting or varnishing or treating the wheels with something to try to eliminate the problem before next deer season.
December 9, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by magnum1 Ridge Hunter Cart Review
I would rate this as only average . The hardware they supply is not very good . The thumb nuts that are attached to the frame are really bad . You need a wrench to turn them . It would be nice if the top handle was round instead of square tubing . The straps are fair . It looks like it will carry the weight of a deer alright . The wheels seem good . Like most things it is made in China . I would not buy the same again even if I had to pay more .
November 25, 2013