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Menure wagon
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Marianne    Posted 01-29-2003 at 15:40:06       [Reply]  [No Email]
I bought an old menure wagon today...part of the bed of it is gone but the sides and what ever hardware is there.We are towing it home tomorrow with a wrecker...Was $100.00 to much?????thanks


Marianne    Posted 01-29-2003 at 16:19:50       [Reply]  [No Email]
the tongue and the thing that (I guess seperates the stuff )is all there and all 4 wheels..I have no idea about any of this ...I bought it to put in the yard with flowers....It is large....If I knew how to put a picture on here I would...thanks


DearCarp    Posted 01-29-2003 at 17:18:22       [Reply]  [No Email]
One couple up the road has an old spreader parked out by the mailbox, and it's all cleaned up & blooming with the prettiest batch of flowers each summer. Since they're retired from farming, she calls it their "decoration of independence" :) I should take a picture this year ......


Fawteen    Posted 01-29-2003 at 16:26:08       [Reply]  [No Email]
If it's got a wooden tongue and four wheels, it's an old horse drawn unit.

If yer gonna use it for a planter, then ya done fine, all ya gotta do is patch the holes and call it good.


Fawteen    Posted 01-29-2003 at 16:17:11       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hard to say without some more details, like make, model, size, whether it's horse or tractor drawn, ground drive or PTO drive, etc.

In general, however, if it's repairable for a reasonable cost, and sized for what you'll use it for, $100 is not bad. I paid that for a small John Deere ground drive unit and put another $300 and about 16 hours of my time into fixing it up.


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