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    I want one. Hauling brush would make my life so much better. Do you think they would be selling them here in the us? If not i could design one and get any one print to make there own.

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    Can't see my arbor cart too well here and it doesn't look as nice but it is 3 wheeled, I have a rod for each corner. When you get to the chipper, pull 2 side rods and tip it over
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    Bump! Anyone ever use one of these?

    $800 That seems a bit excessive..

    I got the drawings and the plans from a guy on the Buzz and my buddy said he would weld it together for me so I might make one up.
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    I would be interested in plans if you have them. We were just talking about getting a dolly today at work and the cart seems much better. My neighbor down the road is a blacksmith and welds so I think it could be produced pretty cheap.
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    I made a real rough one early last yr, we used it for a while then I bought the Boxer. No need for it now. Although today's hot miserable mess may have gone a little smoother with it. Now I need to go find it.

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    email me bonner1040 at the g mail
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    It costs a sight more, but one of these would be nice in certain situations.....http://www.logrite.com/ultraarch.html. The pic of the guy in the green shirt with the fat chunk of wood on the dolly gave me the idea for mine. I had a job with only a 36" gate for access, posts cemented in. I threw the dolly together to cart out the big chunks.

    Here's mine. It looks rough, but we carted out a chunk I estimate would go over 700# with it.

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    I dont think Reg would be too impressed by this... It happened in the UK too, and he was pissed.

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    Well, I like Reg and all but if I could make a Chevy Silverado for $2k I certainly wouldnt have paid $18k for it.
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    Ain't a damned thing wrong with fabricating your own gear.

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