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Old 07-03-2005, 10:08:17 PM
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Default Associated Engine Wheel Barrel Cart

Does anyone have a Associated Engine on a original wheel barrel cart? I have seen them in pictures but have not got a look at one in person. Would like to see pictures of an original.
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Correcting my spelling. That is wheel barrow cart.
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Here's a couple pics of my 2-1/4hp Associated IOWA Oversize, on an original wheel barrow cart. I had to replace the wood & toolbox, which I still have. The wood is supposed to be painted red, but I like the natural wood grain, better.
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Hi Randy, Great looking engine & cart. Is it hard to pick up ?
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YES, Bill, it is kind of a quite a chore to move around, because the engine is pretty heavy. It's STILL better than NO wheels, at all!!!
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