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    Default Help me build a hay wagon

    Where can I get the axles, frame, etc. to build one. I just want a small something to haul a few people mostly around the farm on.

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    Default Re: Help me build a hay wagon

    You can get running gear from Kory or EZ-Trail and decent already assembled wagons from Country Manufacturing and Sawyer Brothers. Northern Tool and several other large retailers also sell light duty wagons and running gear. Do a search here on TBN and you will see what others have done.

    Several dealers here on TBN sell Kory equipment, Sweet Tractors being one of them.

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    E-Z Trail Wagons

    Country Manufacturing

    Sawyer Brothers

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    Default Re: Help me build a hay wagon

    Here's a Kory that I have about $800 in counting the treated lumber and all the bolts and hardware.
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    Default Re: Help me build a hay wagon

    That's nice looking. Are you looking to sell it? Either way, what size Kory frame is that. Looks like about what I want.

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    Default Re: Help me build a hay wagon

    I'm not trying to sell it, just to give you an idea of size and $'s. It's the Kory 3000 and the bed is 55"X109". The link to the EZ Trail has one about the same size.

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    Default Re: Help me build a hay wagon

    Nice set-up ya got there

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    Default Re: Help me build a hay wagon

    Well, I liked yours so I went ahead and ordered an EX-trail of the same size. I don't need a real big one. Mostly just to have hayrides for a few people and yard cleanup. Thanks for all your help.

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    Default Re: Help me build a hay wagon

    </font><font color="blue" class="small">( Well, I liked yours so I went ahead and ordered an EX-trail of the same size. )</font>

    Depending on your use you should make sure that you understand which tires and wheels you are getting with the E-Z Trail.

    The tires that come stock with the small E-Z Trail are not as wide/large as the tires that come with the Kory Model 3000 - even though the E-Z Trail is rated at a 1000 lbs more capacity.

    The E-Z Trail comes with tires that have a 6.5 inch width, while the Kory's are 8.5 inches wide and are high-flotation turf tires. Depending on the terrain and conditions you are operating in this might, or might not be important.

    E-Z Trail does offer optional tires and wheels that are larger - larger in fact than the ones Kory offers as stock on their gear.

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    Default Re: Help me build a hay wagon

    Not sure how close you are to MD.. but there is a 16 foot haywagon in the local paper for $350.. not sure what shape it's in.

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    Default Re: Help me build a hay wagon

    I extended the frame 6" on mine by drilling another hole in the coupling pole, because I wanted the bed 9' long and I didn't want much overhang because I modified and installed a loadhandler that goes in a full size pickup to make it easy to unload rock, dirt and wood, works like a charm, can unload rock with one hand.
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