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Old Sears Wagon
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George Mathis    Posted 09-04-2002 at 15:10:06       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hi All
I have an old Sears model 600.60 wooden farm wagon with metal wheels and I'd really like to find out more about it. It has a central beam between the front and rear wheels with holes drilled into it. This allows you to change its length.

Thans for any help.
George


coaltrain    Posted 09-04-2002 at 18:14:16       [Reply]  [Send Email]
George that is called a coupelen pole. Thats is what holds the front axle and fith wheel and front axal to the rear axal. Coaltrain


George Mathis    Posted 09-04-2002 at 19:02:50       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Thanks CoalTrain -- I did a Google Search as well as a search of several dictionaries, but was unable to locate the word "coupelen". Is that the correct spelling of it?

Regards
George (who is old enough to remember coal trains, coal and shoveling it)


coaltrain    Posted 09-06-2002 at 04:31:08       [Reply]  [Send Email]
George I am sure I did not spell that correctly. This pole could set at different lenths for different wagon boxes or beds. The way it was designed would let the box or bed twist and keep all 4 wheels on the ground. Coaltrain


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