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Re: return to carts


What a great idea...sure wouldn't mind finding one of those guys
under my Christmas tree, but that's a real fantasy:-)

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net>
> 
> We discussed carts awhile back.  Someone mentioned a hilly or
mounding
> terrain.  I just came across this at Charley's Greenhouse:
> 
> The power-driven Lawn Utility Vehicle (LUV) brings the traditional
> wheelbarrow racing into the 21st century. Just push the PowerPadT
switch and
> go ... over rough terrain and up and down most inclines at speeds
reaching 2
> mph. Rugged front pneumatic tires and a rear 3600 rotating caster
provide
> maximum traction, maneuverability and stability on all surfaces,
wet or dry.
> Just release the switch when you want to stop. The heavy-duty,
> weather-resistant poly bed has a large 5 cu. ft. capacity and can
haul up to
> 200 lbs. Convenient tool-and-drink caddy also included. The
rechargeable
> battery is designed to last for 2 hours of continuous use (or
approximately
> 400 trips across a 1/2-acre yard).
> 
> http://snurl.com/349i
> 
> Very expensive ($349) but for someone who really needs it, it would
be a
> great help.
> 
> Kitty
> 
>
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