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Old 11-03-2011, 07:47 PM
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anybody know of a web site where i can find diagrams and instructions on building a cart for my hit and miss engines where can i find old wheels thanks ahead to everybody
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Here's a set all you need is wood and axles

http://ebay.com/viewitem?itemId=260874078941
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Default Re: hit and miss engine cart information

Give Dennis Peters A call. He makes complete carts just like the old ones for a very reasonable price. 215-536-4825
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Give Dennis Peters A call. He makes complete carts just like the old ones for a very reasonable price. 215-536-4825
Any photos of his carts available?
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Send me an email and I can send some pics. Thanks
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Maybe this is a dumb question but what are the wood boxes for on the two carts on the right? tools?battries and coils?
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