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3-Wheeled Pressure Washer Cart
Gale Courson, Farina, Ill., made a cart for his Aladdin pressure washer that makes it much easier to move it around the farm.
  The pressure washer components originally came mounted on a metal frame supported by a pair of small, 6-in. high wheels. Courson replaced them with bigger 15-in. wheels off an old riding mower. He used angle iron to extend the frame out front where he mounted a single 15-in. caster wheel. The cart was originally designed to tilt back for steering and still has the original handles on back. Courson added another handle on front (not shown) above the front wheel.
  He also added a new hose reel up front, allowing him to neatly store the pressure washer's hose.
  "Most of the time we use the pressure washer outside in our yard. The bigger tires make the unit much easier to roll on gravel, notes Courson.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Gale Courson, P.O. Box 75, Farina, Ill. 62838 (ph 618 245-2294).

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2005 - Volume #29, Issue #6