HAY WAGON RUNNING GEAR

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Professor Marvel

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I am looking for a small hay wagon running gear. Any ideas?
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MIKE R

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How small you talkin. I have a 4' x 8' wagon from Northern tool to put my hit and miss engine on. The wagon is rated at 2200lbs.
 
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milkman

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How about one this size, 3000# rated, probably better pics of it under my username, Kory brand.

8whldrv.jpgWagon4.JPG
 
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rswyan

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I am looking for a small hay wagon running gear. Any ideas?
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I've got the next to the smallest EZ-Trail that they make - the 260, with the wide (60") track .... have it set up as a 6' x 10'.

The gear is adjustable for length), with a wheelbase of 55" to 86" .... it's rated at 2 ton capacity:

E-Z Trail Running Gears

It's a nice, well-built gear - think it was around a grand with shipping ....
 
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bigtiller

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I've got the next to the smallest EZ-Trail that they make - the 260, with the wide (60") track .... have it set up as a 6' x 10'.

The gear is adjustable for length), with a wheelbase of 55" to 86" .... it's rated at 2 ton capacity:

E-Z Trail Running Gears

It's a nice, well-built gear - think it was around a grand with shipping ....


I see in their Add, there are 3 tires on the ground and 1 on the tail gate of a pick-up.

Question, how do the stringers attach front to back to allow this much flexing?
 
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Attono

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You'd probably have to use some leaf springs that have a lot of articulation to them.
 
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Attono

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Yeah, I was just looking at some more info on their website and saw this:
throw-d.jpg


Doesn't seem to make much sense to me to build something with that much articulation if you can't take advantage of it.
 
 
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