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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    The only problem I've run into with the deer cart is the blamed thing doesn't sit level when you let go of it. So anything that's loaded on it will get dumped. I even tried a kick stand for it but the cart loaded is to heavy for it and it still falls over. Otherwise, it works good.
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    I think the intent is that you use bungee cords or 550 cord or bailing twine or something and tie the load on the cart.
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    Just tell the deer to "Sit, stay"....and the cart won't fall over.
    You have to speak sternly to deer though...they don't pay attention to you much.....

    How did you get one hitched up, anyway?
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    I have mine set up to carry two 5 gallon water cans and three 1 gallon Coleman fuel cans. Or some combination. Then it still has room on both ends for bags or whatever. Bungee cords won't hold the cans. I'll get some pictures of it. I've sort of walked away from it with the problems my wife has but I'll get it figured out .... soon (?).

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    Ooh. Forgot I had some. Here it is. I've moved the front pull handles to the front bar.

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    I used locking pins to hold the platform on. That way I take it off and the cart still folds up and remains compact.

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