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post #1 of 14 Old 12-16-2010, 12:59 AM Thread Starter
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Picture your 4 wheel wagons

I know there are several members on here who have made 4 wheel wagons. How about each one of them posting pictures of theirs?

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post #2 of 14 Old 12-16-2010, 12:25 PM
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Here you go!



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post #3 of 14 Old 12-16-2010, 12:52 PM
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here's my wagon ,behind my mini deere LA.
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post #4 of 14 Old 12-17-2010, 09:32 AM
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Deereboy, that mini is COOL!

Here's my 4 wheeled wagon... its a "Gorilla" garden wagon that I build a wood top for... total cost $130...

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Well, I don't have anything quite so neat to pull it, but I have a very useful trailer made from a Deere 317 frame, now with another front axle attached to the rear. (I just drilled a hole in the frame and attached the loose linkage to it and adjusted the wheels straight) Rolls much better than with the original rear axle.
Expanded metal on frame top just bought that way from an auction. welded to the original body pan mounts on back and some scrap tubing in front.
Perfect height for painting & sandblasting. Have my '57 bolens frame on it right now waiting for sandblasting weather.
Did use it for carrying a water tank to the garden until my Cub/Cushman cart took over the job.
Steering is by a big tractor 3 point sway bar pivoted in front of the axle with a bolt welded to it going through a washer attached to the steering linkage. Works well and nearly free.
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K Smith your tractor is awesome also, was it built from a cub cadet?
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Yes it was, was your's a Bolens?

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post #8 of 14 Old 12-17-2010, 06:06 PM
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1963 bolens 800 that was in very rough shape,, I paid $100 dollars for the bolens ,and 1 hour after I took it home I was ready to dump it in the scrap trailer it was in such bad shape. I'm too stubborn (or stupid ) to give up and it turned out quite well.
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barnabas collins: That wagon with the front axle in the rear looks like a good project for 4 wheel steering. That would be neat,and it would help to shorten your overall turning radius.

This is my 3rd Simplicity and I keep upgrading each time, the last one lasted 15 years. I hope the next one lasts as long, if I last that long!
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Another one.
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Deereboy, that mini is COOL!

Here's my 4 wheeled wagon... its a "Gorilla" garden wagon that I build a wood top for... total cost $130...

Kurt
Your Farmall is beautiful and also the wagon looks very nice. slkpk

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Here is my Precision Products Ruggid 4 wheel wagon. slkpk
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Here is a wagon I built from the stuff I had laying around. The only thing I bought was some 1/4" carriage bolts.







I do have too much travel on the front axle pivot, need to install some stops.
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post #14 of 14 Old 12-28-2010, 08:55 PM
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Here is a post I made of.... well I call it a dump wagon, but it can be called a 4 wheel wagon.

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