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2005 - Volume #29, Issue #2, Page #42
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Wheel Horse Garden Tractor Hauls Tools

When my wife developed rheumatoid arthritis, I rebuilt a Wheel Horse garden tractor so she can visit neighbors and I put together a special cart so she can garden.
  To haul tools, I bolted two sections of 3/4 in. plywood to the front half of the cart, spaced about 4 in. apart; one above the other. Then I cut out big holes to fit two 5-gal. pails for small tools and another hole big enough for two 4-in. dia. pvc pipes to hold the long handled tools. (Robert G. Wall, 1250 S. Upland Drive, Salem, Ind. 47167, ph 812 883-4983).
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2005 - Volume #29, Issue #2