Sears sold hardwood box versions of the 10.5 cubic foot riding and hauling cart, very few have survived.
Original featured Quick & Easy hitching - clamps on saddle and one pin on rear hitch hole allowing adjustable handle height, tension, flexibility and tracking.
DB riding sulky was equipped with 4.00x8 semi-pneumatic tires, bronze bearings on 7/8" axle and 'self energizing' friction type brakes
By using a 1-1/8" axle shaft you can use spare tractor hubs on your cart by removing the ratchet springs and pawls.
A properly designed hauling cart can increase the utility of a two wheel tractor and allow the user to ride along. A special hitch is not needed if the cart is supported at the rear transmission eye and the saddle bar. An eye bolt on the wagon tongue works well, or a short loop of chain.
4 wheel cart from a 3'x6'x18" galvanized electrical cabinet.
Front axle on lazy susan bearing turns on a dime.
917.57597 with two wheel cart made from pallet, great for oversize loads
add a container for loose stuff
Two wheeled cart made from an 36x36x12 heavy metal box and 2" pipe.
close up of hitch eye bolt on 917.575100
15" wheels carry a heavy cart easily and do not mire down in soft spots.
58598 S#21902 with riding sulky and snowplow
close up of chain hitch that works great with front mount attachments
front wheelbarrow cart (pic soon)
55 gal drum manure train (pic soon)