Tool Caddy For Back Of My SCUT

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DL Meisen

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Did a complete rehash of old caddy project I started a long time ago and was never happy with it so it was abandon....Now resurrected.....


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Now IF I can just find my can of Rust Oleum Red (yes it matches MF red) .......

Dale
 
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bmaverick

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Oh, you got me going. I thought you did a real Tool Caddy mounted on the machine.

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bmaverick

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Did a complete rehash of old caddy project I started a long time ago and was never happy with it so it was abandon....Now resurrected.....


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Now IF I can just find my can of Rust Oleum Red (yes it matches MF red) .......

Dale

Yes, it must be MF Red. Then get the Radio-Flyer decals on it too! It would look really sharp.
 
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bmaverick

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NO radio flier decals, pan is from cheap HF wagon that all four tires no long would hold air and it cost to much to fix....

LOL. At least IF the wagon were a Radio Flyer, those old hard tires would never go flat. :p

Seems no matter what brand of wagon you get today, the tires don't last even a year.

When you get the MF red on it, post another image. Nice to see.
 
 
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