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pennswoods

10-17-2014 12:04:51




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I have a wagon tongue, beyond repair. Where can I buy replacement wagon tongues, specifically for a gravity wagon.




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pennswoods

10-21-2014 08:19:36




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 Re: Where to buy replacement wagon tongue in reply to pennswoods, 10-17-2014 12:04:51  
Thanks for all replies. It is a Killbros. Ironically the exact one I need is on ebay for $275 plus shipping. Too steep for me, as another has mentioned I could obtain locally used running gear with good tongue for that close to that price. Bottom line for me, I borrowed this from neighbor bent tongue and since it is not mine, would like to make best fix. I dropped it off at local welding shop this morning for them to straighten and reinforce, no price yet, but should be less than the ebay item. I hate to return with welds, but will work that out.

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D beatty

10-21-2014 10:15:24




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 Re: Where to buy replacement wagon tongue in reply to pennswoods, 10-21-2014 08:19:36  
At least you are returning it repaired. We stopped loaning anything out years ago because stuff would come back broke and they never offered to repair it.



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ss55

10-17-2014 20:01:53




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 Re: Where to buy replacement wagon tongue in reply to pennswoods, 10-17-2014 12:04:51  
If the tongue is in rough shape I would check over the rest of the steering on the running gear pretty closely before spending money on any repairs. Those parts may be bent/sprung too, the running gear might never trail well again. Was the wagon in a wreck, did someone turned too short and hook the tongue with a rear tractor tire, or did someone just drive over the tongue with something heavy?

Lighter used running gears are often not expensive, especially if you can reuse your wheels and tires on a gear with bad tires.

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showcrop

10-17-2014 15:53:27




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 Re: Where to buy replacement wagon tongue in reply to pennswoods, 10-17-2014 12:04:51  
If you are in PA as your handle suggests you could just go to your local Amish fabricator.



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Michael Soldan

10-17-2014 15:30:01




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 Re: Where to buy replacement wagon tongue in reply to pennswoods, 10-17-2014 12:04:51  
I went to my local steel supplier,picked out a heavy square tube about the size on the tongue,had them cut the length. Drilled holes and welded the hitch end on with appropriate hole drilled for the draw pin..about as cheap as it could be.



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Carlyle Hoffman

10-17-2014 14:22:43




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 Re: Where to buy replacement wagon tongue in reply to pennswoods, 10-17-2014 12:04:51  
Specifically, what brand RUNNING GEAR?



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