Welding Cart is rated 4.125 out of 5 by 32.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worth it, but haggle for $49.00 tag price and free shipping It's a perfect fit for my welder. Well worth the price, but the one I received should have been offered as damaged, or factory second, although the damages are minor and can be beat out with my hammer, it still looks as if it had a 'bout with the thrasher. I'm not one to be concerned over whether it looks new and pristine or like a workhorse. But there is that disappointment and slight lean towards the feeling that I wasn't quite told everything. It's obvious the damages occurred before it was packaged, so it wasn't shipping damage. But it will do the job, and I will be relived each time I pull out my welder. If you buy this cart, buy yourself 2 dozen 1/4 lock-washers. You'll be glad you did.
Date published: 2012-12-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from very poor fit for 175 mig welder I just bought one as a package with the Eastwood 175 mig welder. While the cart was easy to put together I was very disappointed when I put the welder on top. The welder barely fits on the cart, I had to reverse the bolts to make it fit, and the side panel can not be opened while it is on the cart. Very poor combination - I will most likely have to modify the cart top shelf in order for it to be usuable in the long run. I can only think they never tried to put a 175 mig on the top shelf before. Buy a different cart if you wan tthe Mig 175.
Date published: 2010-10-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from do more research before you buy I had to buy 24 lock washers (like others on here). ok not a big deal. start putting the rest together and the shelves holes don't even line up with the holes on the support rails and the center of the top shelf is all bent. Overall it seems a little flimsy for having to support a heavy 92 cf tank and a welder. Even though I don't have the time and this was cheaper, building one myself that was a little sturdier with everything lining up would have been the better choice. Or invest in a little bit more expensive one instead of this "quick fix"
Date published: 2013-06-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Standard Design poor functionablity Cart does what is described but won't allow the door to be opened to service or reload wire. I believe that should be a bare minimum requirement for any mig cart. As a bonus it should also include a way to mount or clamp the unit down. Mine slid around on the top shelf until I screwed it down but that makes swaping out the wire even more of a pain. Just not very practical. I judged it a good value because it was free with the welder and made a good starting point for making my own.
Date published: 2010-11-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cart Well its a cart. It seems stable enough and does have 2 extra shelves for stuff and hooks for your cables and helmet. Some people complain because you have to tilt the welder to open the door but that is not a problem for me because that lip helps keep the welder on the cart. If I could change something, I would put a lock on at least 1 caster so it doesn't want to roll away on a slope but I could get a locking caster at the store and swap it so no real problem with the cart.
Date published: 2013-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good My cart came with the Eastwood pkg. kit. The cart was mfg. by Astro Pneumatic. If you assemble the kit according to their directions the lip of the top shelf interferes with the door opening of the Eastwood mig unit. But if you reverse the shelf. Change the front support braces from side-to-side.Re drill some holes then it works perfect. I also added a cart pull around handle and an extra hook on the right side for the power cord with a 25 foot 12 gauge extension cord.
Date published: 2011-01-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from welding cart review I bought this cart in conjunction with my mig 135 welder and it fits perfect. it was easy to put together. There are two things that would improve on this cart. 1) the bolts should have identification numbers that match the instructions. This would expedite the building of the cart. 2) It could use a handle at the top shelf front side to help moving the cart with weight on it. Otherwise this is a perfect cart for the equipment i bought.
Date published: 2014-11-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good value, small fixes needed As others have said, the lack of lock washers or nylocks is a problem, and it's why I dropped the quality to only 3 stars. I also added few pieces of steel to keep the welder from shifting around on the top shelf. They should modify the top shelf so that it has a rippled or more grabby feel, so the welder doesn't slide around so much. Unlike some, I have no problem opening the door of the Eastwood 175.
Date published: 2012-01-16

What is the dimensions for the back shelf.  (the surface where the gas bottle will rest)  Thank you 

Asked by: Joe82
11.5" wide and 10" deep.
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2014-12-18

Welding Cart

Item #12236 Brand: Eastwood

Transport a MIG welder or plasma cutter, gas bottle, accessories
Heavyweight- Special shipping charges may apply.


Roll your MIG welder and all its accessories on this sturdy 4-Wheel Welding Cart Steel MIG welding cart is designed to transport our MIG 135, MIG 175 welder or Plasma Cutter along with gas bottle. Also has room for hoses, welder's helmet and more.
  • Assembles with basic hand tools
  • Includes safety chains
  • 28" tall, 29" long overall, 30 lbs.

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About Welding Cart

Steel MIG welding cart rolls your MIG 135, MIG 175 welder or Plasma Cutter right to your work, and also has storage space for a gas bottle, hoses, helmet and more. Cart ships disassemble and requires only basic hand tools to set up. Weighs 30 lbs. and stands approximately 28" tall, 29" long. Top shelf is 10.5" x17.5".


Unassembled cart



Use to organize and carry the MIG 135, MIG 175 or Plasma Cutter and gas bottle


Always secure the gas bottle with supplied safety chains.


One Year Manufacturer's Defect Warranty.


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