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Re: wagons and carts

Years ago I bought a Rubbermaid 2 wheel garden cart, with the cover and
accessory tray.  You know the one made out of that brown plastic.  The thing
is indestructable, has pneumatic tires and goes anywhere.  I had it full of
sand (wet) and the tires were flat, so got out the air compressor and put in
about 80 lbs pressure in each.  Figured for sure that I'd need new wheels
and tires, but they held up.  Made a believer out of me.  Rich in Z-5

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