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Beaver tractor and a Wheelhorse cart.

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Posted November 16, 2015 - 02:50 PM

A guy at work offered me a Wheelhorse cart and a 12" Wheelhorse plow. Both were headed to the scrap heap. The point is broken off of the plow share, but he gave me the piece and it can be fixed. The cart is in decent shape, but the tires were shot. I had a pair of wheelbarrow tires that are like new and came off of the 59 DB Suburban when I replaced them. I put the tires on the rims, greased the hubs, and rigged up a hitch on the Beaver tractor. I just used the tang from the cart for now, but eventually I'll make a better hitch. I headed out into the woods to cut some firewood, and to see how well the tractor pulled the loaded cart. I loaded the cart until I couldn't fit anymore in it and the tractor pulled it just fine. It's fun running these old machines around and getting something done at the same time.

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Posted November 16, 2015 - 04:32 PM

Yea man nice combo no JD'S for you eh

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Posted November 16, 2015 - 05:50 PM

Nice little trailer!

Like you said, nice to play with these tractors AND get something done!

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