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Re: community_garden digest, Vol 1 #345 - 10 msgs

In a message dated 5/22/2000 1:00:54 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
community_garden-admin@mallorn.com writes:

> Seeking advice concerning wheelbarrows
>  1.The tires on ours go flat nearly right away; very annoying.  Anyone have 
>  good tech tips on this?
>  2. Wheelbarrows are useful but take up so much space carrying them to 
>  workdays around town.  Does anyone out there have experience with reliable 
>  and easy to manage folding wheelbarrows?  Can you explain the pros and 
>  the cost, brands, and sources to purchase?
>  Thanks,
>  Judy Tiger
>  Washington DC

The answer may be a tire inflater that works off the car power outlet 
(formerly  called a cigarette lighter)   They work great in blowing them back 
up-Otherwise try some of tire repair materials for emergency that are 
injected into the tire.   I don't like them because they are a pain and more 

Elmer Morehouse

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