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I came across a cart for a 2 wheeled tractor a few years ago. I latched on to it because I had never seen anything like it before. It connects to the front of a 2 wheeled tractor like any other attachment and it has 2 caster wheels up front. It is heavy built and dumps forward. This cart had the casters welded so it could be pulled behind a riding lawn mower but that can be corrected Simply by grinding the weld of. I wonder who might have built these and if they are uncommon. I don't have any pictures but I suppose I should make a trek to the Old Home Barn and get a few some time. I have a 2 wheeled tractor with a newer 8 hp Briggs, I have a plow for a David Bradley that could be used with it, a couple old cultivator frames with some shovels a front blade and the tractor currently has a sickle mower on it. I hope to get this critter on my to do list and build or buy a sulky for it. Charlie

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Welcome. Sounds good. Please note that only members ($10 per year) can post pictures and access all the forums. You can get lots else for free though, including this part of the site.

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Kinda like a wheel barrow, It is rectangle shaped, not rounded. It is longer than it is wide and the front angles out like a wheel barrow. It is quit a bit smaller than any normal wheel barrow, maybe 12"x18" by 8 inches deep. It has a lining of concrete so I assumed it was used to mix and transport mortar.

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