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PTmowerMech

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I made this out of an old Craftsman wood chipper platform that still had the wheels on it. A Craftsman seat frame. And some tubing I had lying around the shop. I bolted a idler pulley to the top of it, with a long threaded bolt that sticks out far enough to catch the bumper hole.

Works like a charm for pulling mowers around. Especially with the long handle, angled up high enough to get the back whee's off the ground.

What ya think? Should I mass produce them? he he he he he

I painted it after I took these pictures. Gonna put some robber grips on the hand bars next.

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I made this out of an old Craftsman wood chipper platform that still had the wheels on it. A Craftsman seat frame. And some tubing I had lying around the shop. I bolted a idler pulley to the top of it, with a long threaded bolt that sticks out far enough to catch the bumper hole.

Works like a charm for pulling mowers around. Especially with the long handle, angled up high enough to get the back whee's off the ground.

What ya think? Should I mass produce them? he he he he he

I painted it after I took these pictures. Gonna put some robber grips on the hand bars next.

I like it. Put a trailer coupler on the end and you can use it to two with a tractor or car. That's important for those of us who live on a lot of acreage. :confused2:
 

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who steers?
You can somewhat steer it yourself if you're pushing. If you're pulling, it usually just follows you where ever you go. It's a lot easier than it might look.
 
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