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    Posted 3 years ago

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    Sorry for the picture will try to get out of the shed nexttime it's just that the floor is literally disintegrating so afraid I will fall through trying to get out of there. It's about 4x6 foot I think it was used to move hay but not sure. Has all cast iron frame and handles. Thank you

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    1. UncleRon UncleRon, 3 years ago
      Interesting piece. Possibly "home made." You won't know until you get it out and look for a) maker's markings or name plate, b) less than factory-level welding. Like any wheelbarrow it could be used to move anything; it certainly would move a lot of hay at one time. FYI: the frame does not look like cast iron. It appears to be welded-up channel iron sections.

      PS. Have you ever hear of something called a "dumpster"? :-)
    2. Cluelessness, 3 years ago
      Sorry about the mess it's one of the sheds located on a large south Carolina farm that was inherited to me from my grandfather and I live in Florida so it's hard to clean everything when I go up there every now and again. If the floor wasn't rotted out on a lot of places I would have already had someone clean it but it's a liability becuase of the condition of the floor. I am going this weekend up there and will figure out how I can pull it out and take better pictures. Oh and yes now that I take a closer look I see what you are saying avoid the frame not being cast iron, I know that part that holds the wheel in place is cast iron and I guess I figured everything else was to, sorry.
      Thank you for your comment
    3. UncleRon UncleRon, 3 years ago
      It looks like some of the places "American Pickers" get into! ;-)

      PS: Be Careful!!!!

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