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    Posted 7 years ago

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    I know this is some kind of cart or wagon not really sure any and all help would be appreciated it is 9 " high, 36 " long ,18 " wide the wheels are 7 " across and 22 " round it seems like it is made out of steel the handle and wheels do turn like a wagon

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    1. lzenglish lzenglish, 7 years ago
      Appears to be an old "Platform Truck", for moving Heavy Loads. I have used similar looking one's at a couple of my past jobs. One to move engine blocks in a machine shop, and another to move portable HVAC units to be repaired at another job. But, they can be used to move anything that will fit on them, and is not too heavy. Designed to be used on a hard surface, in a warehouse, or loading dock, train station, work shop etc.(imo)

    2. rocker-sd rocker-sd, 7 years ago
      This is cart for a antique stationary hit and miss motor. You can see a example here.
    3. lzenglish lzenglish, 7 years ago
      rocker-sd, All i see in your link, is a pile of wheels and axles that do not even match the cart wheels in question? So, my question to you, is how are you so convinced of this Lauson motor theory? just asking!

    4. rocker-sd rocker-sd, 7 years ago
      Not saying it's a Lauson, but a stationary engine cart. I have seen a lot of them over the years attending Threshing Bee's and have one or two myself. They were made by many different company's, and many different designs. It's height and size suggest Stationary Engine Cart. I would suggest you Google Antique stationary engine and come to your own conclusion.
    5. lagan, 7 years ago
      First of all I want to apologize to everyone for not responding sooner my brother-in-law had heart surgery and it's been touch and go I want to thank everybody for trying to help me the information I have received with very helpful I still would like to know if anybody has any guess on approximately what years those were used and once again thank you I know it can't be exact but something more less

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