Nice, I have been thinking of making something like that to pull behind the gator. :thumbup1gif:
Thanks Brian. You'll get alot of use out of one and there not hard to build, there a nice size project really... . The tin carts they sell would never have lasted this many years. :mocking:Nice, I have been thinking of making something like that to pull behind the gator. :thumbup1gif:
Thanks Randy. I would like to build a few of those 30 gallon drum carts they use to pull kids around in at fairs but never checked one out to see how they are made. The grand kids would have a good time riding in them down our back road past the farm animals, creek and the changing fields and leaves.:thumbup1gif::thumbup1gif::thumbup1gif:
It's a keeper! Nice job.
I better check it out before I comment on it's condition, gun-shy you know. My friend gave it to me so the price was right and it went well with a homemade project.Please tell us that the shopping cart jack wheel isn't:
D. All of the above.
That definitely looks stronger than the new stuff one sees today.
Kenny I had the fenders bent for me...they are made from 1/8 steel so the grandkids can't bend the heck out of them while outside playing on it.Store bought or did you fab them up?