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saw this shirt on a store rack and couldn’t help but think of 1811.
Rare # 4 cart. I like those as they sit higher off the ground than the #1 and 2.

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as is customary for iHCC equipment, the #4 cart is built like a tank! i discovered that it wears a larger tire than i would have guessed, too.
cub fever gripped me white-knuckles tight, and the #4 cart came home with me.
it even fit inside my honda civic, by the grace of god.
SC3ORE !!! 🚜💨

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