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Date Posted: 01:26:11 06/24/07 Sun
Author: Krista
Subject: Re: Ultra Light Weight Three-Wheeled Aluminum Rig for Sale
In reply to: Mark and Sue Hamilton 's message, "Ultra Light Weight Three-Wheeled Aluminum Rig for Sale" on 11:54:52 07/20/06 Thu

>Ultra-lightweight Aluminum Three-Wheeled Rig for Sale
>
>Bruce Chambers of Yardley, PA was a builder of sulkies
>for racing horses. He was also known for crafting some
>of the sturdiest, “bullet-proof” three-wheeled sled
>dog training carts, in steel or aluminum. We have for
>sale one of Bruce’s aluminum rigs. Although about 25
>years old, it has only about a couple hundred miles on
>it. All of the high quality welds are solid, like new.
>The brake pads are originals and are barely worn.
>There are no dings or dents and even the tires
>(16x2.125, includes a spare with inner tube) are in
>great shape. There is little play in the j-bar
>steering. The only “modification” has been the
>addition of a spiffy leather wrap to the driver bar.
>This rig weighs in at a mere 50 pounds - a dryland
>racing edge, and quickly and easily folds low without
>the use of any tools. It is in gorgeous condition!
>Photos available. We believe that Bruce Chambers was
>to wheeled rigs as Dick Moulton was to classic wooden
>sleds. Selling price $425. Must pick up. We are in
>northwest Connecticut. 860-485-9088

Do you have any pics? I might be interested.

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