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That would be like pushing around a pickup bed.
 
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I've been deferring some maintenance on mine.

I once priced a new arm and went ahead and fabricated a couple. I still have the second one. From time to time the wedge things need replaced and the cross pieces.

Last time I used plywood for the cross pieces and I think White Oak or walnut would be smarter. I think I used green treated for the wedge pieces last time.

Mine are a pair of old Jackson's. I don't know if they are 8's or 10's, but I have a solid rubber tire for one which I got after getting tired of replacing tires.

I once wheeled a load of rock down a basement wall, having gotten on the basement wall with a plank.
 

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Yea cu ft oops hahahaha :laughing:
OK, I have a few. For moving heavy stuff on level ground that isn't too soft, a big old cement cart. All steel, two big wheels. Impossible to overload it, but it's heavy to begin with so it's REALLY heavy if you fill it with sand. Hard work moving it, but you make fewer trips. My favorite in my younger years.

These days an 8 cu ft. single wheel. I've been appreciating lighter more and more.
 
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