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    Yes it fits through all my doors, goes up a ramp into shed too

    Very easy to push or pull I was going to use a top turntable, but I can move that camera in a circle

    I have 5-11X14 film holders in a bag and biggest Harrison dark cloth.....lower level

    I will be adding ye olde signage to draw in sitters

    Also add 2 chairs and bottled water

    My original plan before I gave up driving, was much longer handles and put it in a F150

    No ramp needed with long handles

    I will add a hitch to it for mower AND eBike
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    BIG Box underneath primer

    BIG Box by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickr
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    Spring-mounted chassis some day? Hope those bike paths are smooth! I cannot see myself bombing downhill at 30 mph towing that! LOL!

    But I do need to get the 11x14 around on the bike one of these days! Still haven't taken the 8x10 out on it yet -- just the 5x7.
    "Landscapes exist in the material world yet soar in the realms of the spirit..." Tsung Ping, 5th Century China

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    For fun this year, I've been looking at electric powered carts/garden carts/wheelbarrows. I think there is a market for something like that. Imagine you are out in your garden (unless you are one of the lucky ones that live in a 600 sq feet Brooklyn apartment), and you need to get dirt from point A to point B. If you worked in a warehouse you know what I'm talking about...those pallet movers.

    Your garden cart with a throttle can take it up that hill at 1MPH loaded. I'm sure someone out there in the sticks have managed to McGuyver something like that. 'Letric is the future!
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    When I joined the factory 1978 it already had a robot electric garbage train with 6 cars

    It had 2 safeties to avoid people by stopping, it still works, hauls any weight, big wet batteries

    Later today my lawn tractor hitch and the rest to tow my cart, by eBike or John Deere
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    Shed by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickr

    [urYard 3 by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickrl=https://www.flickr.com/gp/tincancollege/883577V463]Yard 1[/url] by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickr
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    That's a sweet setup. I've got a little JD, not very fast

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