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I don't remember ever seeing a Bolens cart with the steel tailgate and tube tongue.
I had a guy tell me that Midland made the M127 cart and M125 sulky for Bolens. He had a parts list for both that said made by Midland at the bottom. I tried getting him to send me a copy, but he couldn't find them at the time. If you look at some of the early Simplicity carts and sulkies they have a lot in common with the Bolens carts and sulkies. The cultivators (what mounts to the tool bar) are the same from Bolens to Midland that they used on the 12As. I think Bolens must have bought Midland attachments and put their name on them in the mid to late 40s.

I see the guy must of taking the brakes off the cart too.
 
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What if I tell you guys I seen this in person and I have the deck from the tractor here. :D
 

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Its in a Brochure thats in the manuals section here that I forgot which one it was in :wallbanging:

From what I remember reading the body of the cart could be removed and the sulky seat could be added to the frame so virtually it was 2 attachments in one....
 

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Its in a Brochure thats in the manuals section here that I forgot which one it was in :wallbanging:

From what I remember reading the body of the cart could be removed and the sulky seat could be added to the frame so virtually it was 2 attachments in one....
3 in one you can put it under the Ridemaster to.
 

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Well, I would say WHY DIDNT YOU GET THE CART while you were there!!!! :poke:
Lol I payed cheep for the deck At the time he was not selling the cart or tractor at $1500 how much is it cart?

I wouldn't be surprised at all! Is it as nice asit looks in the pictures?
Yes it was.
 
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