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Old 12-26-2012, 04:12:06 PM
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Default Barn fresh FH

I got this little guy a couple months ago. I don't think I'll get it running, it looks good as is.

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cool lookin dolly!, great find
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You've got to get it running..why not?
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I wonder if that's an OEM cart? hehe
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I've heard of those dollys, think Briggs called them the kick o matic. Nice engine.
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You guys like that cart? Haha, that's something I threw together quickly.

It needs major head and governor work. The lower end and cylinder are very nice though. I think it was in a flood based on all the mud on it.

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I forgot, the pot metal sprocket is broken. I stuck it together for the picture. If someone had a spare laying around, I would be much obliged.
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And I could use the off side governor parts and the bell for one I have.
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