Originally Posted by ButtInTheDirt
Some of you might know that earlier this year we got an old runabout that was in need of restoring. Well fast forward to now and it's finished as a joint effort with my father and I, as well as my aunt and uncle. This was the first time we got it out and rolling after months of restoration work. That includes reupholstering the seat, making a canopy, staining and rebuilding various parts. Plus we had to get the horse prepared to pull it. But she is actually a seasoned driving horse, but hadn't been driven in years so we just needed to bring it back into the front of her mind. It went well, and the runabout is still in one piece as well as the horse and all the passengers!
hiya can I ask a question your shaft tugs seem to move up your shafts.
Do you have tug stops on your shafts.
And your back band were your tugs are does not buckle on to your belly band.
I think tilbury tugs would help to.
Many thanks for sending your pictures of your beautiful turn out.
Like I said a first class turnout in deed.