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Old 05-27-2005 09:38:35 AM
Description: Pictures of a wood engine transport cart my brother put together about 15 years ago. I recently removed the engine so the cart could be refinished. 15 years of weathering had taken its toll. This cart was built to replace one that had suffered damage due to a design flaw. The original wood used was redwood and the joints for the main engine supports were designed with a lap joint that created a stress point that caused the main weight bearing members to crack. Not a good thing with about 300 pounds of engine being supported.
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