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Old 08-13-2011, 04:20 PM
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Did a search first and didn't find much info I was looking for.
I am finally going to break down and get a deer cart, since my mule is going off to school this fall.
they say a picture is worth a million words and I've looked on line at pictures of several carts. pictures do not do deer carts any justice as they may look good and still be pieces of crap. so whats everybody else using, how long or how many deer have you been using it and whats your over all satisfaction or lack of with your cart.
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Old 08-13-2011, 06:31 PM
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My brother made me a deer cart out of PVC pipes. I don't have any pictures of it but it looks like any other deer cart. It works alright, better than dragging them out. I've only used it on one or two deer. I have no need for it now that I have a fourwheeler though.
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Old 08-15-2011, 06:35 AM
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I dont have one either. I drag the deer to the bottom of the mountain. (or more or less it pushes me down the mountain) Then from there I load it on the 4-wheeler.

My father-in-law uses a wheelbarrow with all his deer. But on that note he is hunting behind his house so he doesnt have to carry the barrow in the back of the truck or anything. He just walks back to the house and grabs it and walks back out to his deer.
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Old 08-17-2011, 06:49 AM
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never used one but thought about building one I am keeping my eyes out for some wheels
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I bought one from Wal mart a few years ago and it broke during the first use. It had plastic rims like the old mag rims on a pedal bike. My wife hauled it back to Wal mart all busted up with fur and blood all over it. Pretty funny.
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Old 08-17-2011, 04:09 PM
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I bought one from Wal mart a few years ago and it broke during the first use. It had plastic rims like the old mag rims on a pedal bike. My wife hauled it back to Wal mart all busted up with fur and blood all over it. Pretty funny.
Thats great! Would have loved to see the look on the returns desk employess...
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I bought one from Wal mart a few years ago and it broke during the first use. It had plastic rims like the old mag rims on a pedal bike. My wife hauled it back to Wal mart all busted up with fur and blood all over it. Pretty funny.
Did she get her money back??
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