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    Repurposed pressure washer and old wheelbarrow

    Today I took the frame from a pressure washer and the tub from a broke down wooden wheelbarrow. Added a few bolts a presto a new yard cart.Name:  image.jpeg
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    Absolutely brilliant.

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    agree on the brilliant.

    now trick it out.

    spray paint uniform color.
    that flat area by handle - 6 pack cooler.
    some carriage bolts in the old mounting holes.

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    I agree paint it.... its so great it deserves it. Mike
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    Now go beat the copper out of something, Miked

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldtoothlessbassmaster View Post
    agree on the brilliant.

    now trick it out.

    spray paint uniform color.
    that flat area by handle - 6 pack cooler.
    some carriage bolts in the old mounting holes.
    Yea I might put a fresh coat of paint on it but the existing holes in the wheelbarrow are going to stay as weep holes so water doesn't accumulate in the tub.

    After i read your comment about the cooler I think the next pressure washer I find will be turned into a fishing cart add a cooler and some rod holders.

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    Nice! How is the balance? Do you have pics of the pressure cleaner with one wheel and wooden handles?

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    Great idea and thanks for sharing.
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