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Re: Hay wagon rebuild....Almost done.

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I run into rusted out rims from time to time, I just cut out the centers and buy a new rim and weld it on...or...in some cases they are riveted on. Takes an air riveter cause these are not your wee rivets. Wagon looks nice and I would find it very handy. Not sure how happy you will be with it for hay in the long run. Your deck looks solid but is small...looks like 7 x 12 maybe? Main issue I would have is the rear rack is too short. The combination of the two is going to make it hard to really pile on the bales. That being said, I have an 8 x 16 that I put 125 bales on and it has a short rear rack. I should also say that my favorite flat wagon is 7 x 14 with a tall back and I put over 100 on that one. The smaller wagons are more versatile and better at multitasking. If you are storing it inside and don't have big doors, small is better. I think you did a nice job on it. I would definitely give it the once over as a work wagon if it were at an auction. It's a good thing when you take something that is headed for the scrap yard and renew it's lease.

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