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Posted: 9/3/2015 10:42:15 AM EDT
I am thinking hay wagon style with two axles and a pivoting front.

It seems there is the garden tractor size, they mostly suck, we had one a long time ago. The calf feeder sized ones like the kids use to take silage down the narrow feed lane, or a full sized one made for field work.

I could chop up an older hay wagon running gear, but that just seems like a lot of work.

I feel like somewhere there should be one that will accept full sized (or close to it) tires, but only be about 4-5' wide.
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Amazon sells them



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Sears
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I checked TSC, could only find the little muck wagons for the kids.

The farm supply places only have full sized running gears.
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I checked TSC, could only find the little muck wagons for the kids.



The farm supply places only have full sized running gears.
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Originally Posted By guntrk:

Amazon sells them



Tractor Supply





Sears





I checked TSC, could only find the little muck wagons for the kids.



The farm supply places only have full sized running gears.




 
I've seen older hay wagons of that size.  Best bet would be to check craigslist for one to come up for sale.  I would plan on having to rebuild the deck and possibly some running gear work.




Also look for farm/equipment auctions in the area.  I've seen some there as well.  






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Originally Posted By Pavelow16478:

  I've seen older hay wagons of that size.  Best bet would be to check craigslist for one to come up for sale.  I would plan on having to rebuild the deck and possibly some running gear work.


Also look for farm/equipment auctions in the area.  I've seen some there as well.  




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Originally Posted By sitdwnandhngon:
Originally Posted By guntrk:
Amazon sells them

Tractor Supply


Sears


I checked TSC, could only find the little muck wagons for the kids.

The farm supply places only have full sized running gears.

  I've seen older hay wagons of that size.  Best bet would be to check craigslist for one to come up for sale.  I would plan on having to rebuild the deck and possibly some running gear work.


Also look for farm/equipment auctions in the area.  I've seen some there as well.  






That will be my last resort, I have a running gear I could use, needs some work though because I may or may not have flipped it over years ago with a full load of hay on the wagon.

I think it could just be chopped in the middle and shortened on every corner.
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This is a 1-ton I use on my property with ATVs and lawn tractor. http://www.countrymfgstore.com/1tonvewa7ftb.html

They also make a 2-ton if you need bigger. http://www.countrymfgstore.com/wagonstrailers.html

Made in Ohio!
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http://i44.photobucket.com/albums/f49/postban/family/Manton/2015/2015-07-07/IMG_20150704_101332_zpsls4pipwf.jpg

This is a 1-ton I use on my property with ATVs and lawn tractor. http://www.countrymfgstore.com/1tonvewa7ftb.html

They also make a 2-ton if you need bigger. http://www.countrymfgstore.com/wagonstrailers.html

Made in Ohio!
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Any idea what shipping would run?
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http://i44.photobucket.com/albums/f49/postban/family/Manton/2015/2015-07-07/IMG_20150704_101332_zpsls4pipwf.jpg

This is a 1-ton I use on my property with ATVs and lawn tractor. http://www.countrymfgstore.com/1tonvewa7ftb.html

They also make a 2-ton if you need bigger. http://www.countrymfgstore.com/wagonstrailers.html

Made in Ohio!
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I like that a lot. I am in need of something similar, my single axle homemade trailer is a little too wide. I'm messing around with a riding mower chassis as the start of a new one, but it may be too narrow.
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Any idea what shipping would run?
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Originally Posted By postban:
http://i44.photobucket.com/albums/f49/postban/family/Manton/2015/2015-07-07/IMG_20150704_101332_zpsls4pipwf.jpg

This is a 1-ton I use on my property with ATVs and lawn tractor. http://www.countrymfgstore.com/1tonvewa7ftb.html

They also make a 2-ton if you need bigger. http://www.countrymfgstore.com/wagonstrailers.html

Made in Ohio!


Any idea what shipping would run?


They wanted $200 to ship it from 43019 to 48192. I guess going rate for big heavy shit like that, dunno.
I figured I could save a hundo by just going and getting it. Drove down and picked it up.
Nice guys at the factory, helped me load it in my truck. Talked guns and deer hunting for a bit, all of them shooters/hunters.
Bought it in '12, probably a hundred miles or more on it dragging around my very hilly/bumpy 35 acres.

I got it with the dump feature but rarely use that.
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