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Farmer built push-pull cart for kids
Everyone likes these nifty 3-wheel push-pull carts built in a farm shop by John Hass, Rock Rapids, Iowa.
"They're very strong and durable with all metal roller bearings and a steel tube frame that'll handle the biggest riders. It's good exercise because you have to push and pull on the handle to move it along and it rides smooth on pneumatic tires. Turns on a dime," says Hass.
You steer the cart with your feet using foot rests on either side of the front wheel, and when you push or pull on the handle it turns a crank mounted between the rear wheels. The cart has a vinyl cushioned seat. Overall dimensions are 36 in. long, 18 in. wide and 18 in. high. Weighs 35 lbs.
Sells for $84. Hass would like to fmd a manufacturer.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, John W. Hass, 104 Crestview Dr., Rock Rapids, Iowa 51246 (ph 712 472-2928).


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1989 - Volume #13, Issue #6