200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Quick Cal
I have to walk in a ways to a few of my favorite camping spots. Now that I have this big Kodiak canvas tent that weighs over 80 pounds I want to get some kind of cart to save my old arse some work.

Just wondering if you guys use any kind of deer cart or similar. Pics would be great. Thanks
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Dont have any photos but I have saw more than a few luggage carriers converted to cooler carriers(common at large auto race). Or look at garden carts at the better hardware stores. I  made my deer cart out of 2 bicycle fork and tires from scrap pile.
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Majicwrench
I wouldn't mind having something to do the hauling too, will keep an eye out, oh great, something else I need! (will it ever end?)
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dave
Garden carts work well mine is rated at 1400 lbs
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