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post #11 of 24 Old 08-24-2013, 11:15 AM
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Those would be some cool pictures of him and the crane. He's obviously broke to death if he can put up with that. It's always interesting to see how different cultures use their horses.
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[QUOTE=Left Hand Percherons;3447209]Those would be some cool pictures of him and the crane. He's obviously broke to death if he can put up with that. It's always interesting to see how different cultures use
I. have a couple of pics of him resting ,but I can't. upload them
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Those would be some cool pictures of him and the crane. He's obviously broke to death if he can put up with that. It's always interesting to see how different cultures use
I. have a couple of pics of him resting ,but I can't. upload them
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sorry practising that's. the dray he works in will try again to upload a. pic of him
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trying to put another one up
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post #16 of 24 Old 08-25-2013, 09:41 AM
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leaning habbit

it it is a habbit your horse has picked up you could use what thay use on a race horse a pricker brush bit guard that might help and also correct the problem.
mine leans like that at times but its just him so if he is happy im ok with that.
unless he is bossing in that direction.
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london trolley.

i had one and i was doing it up and had it painted and i ended up puting a box seat made for it and a frend kept pestering me for it.
so i swapped it with another,
also went with it was pair of axles and 2 other sets of dray wheels.
it was all scolloped out on the body and the axles and had an ornmentle back with small wooden spindles it was a beautiful london trolley.
i got it from maidstone kent and cost me 500.
i swaped it for the exercise 4 wheeler i have for quincy and 200.
he converted it in to a bow top and i think he eventurley took it to appleby fair.
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i had one and i was doing it up and had it painted and i ended up puting a box seat made for it and a frend kept pestering me for it.
so i swapped it with another,
also went with it was pair of axles and 2 other sets of dray wheels.
it was all scolloped out on the body and the axles and had an ornmentle back with small wooden spindles it was a beautiful london trolley.
i got it from maidstone kent and cost me 500.
i swaped it for the exercise 4 wheeler i have for quincy and 200.
he converted it in to a bow top and i think he eventurley took it to appleby fair.
London trolleys seem to be making the money at the minute,I find them a bit small for the scrap job did yours have the foot brake on?
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london trolley.

yes it had the foot brake and also i fitted a crome foot rest as well.
it was about 8-10 foot long.
and had newmatic tyres.
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yes it had the foot brake and also i fitted a crome foot rest as well.
it was about 8-10 foot long.
and had newmatic tyres.
you did ent sell it dear then
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