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Type of Wood?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Parks 788, Sep 15, 2018.

  1. Parks 788

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    Anyone know what type of wood they generally use on these type of carts. Sure seems heavier than a pine or poplar. Almost seem like an oak or fairly dense wood. Need to make a similar cart just a bit bigger and with all terrain tires. Thanks.

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    Probably low grade/quality oak. Same wood used to make pallets.
     
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    Looks like maple
     
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    I can tell you mine is plywood under the carpet since I broke it and had to replace it.
    What is the cheapest wood in China?

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    Some things of that nature are made of rubberwood
     
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    I have seen them in all kinds of species. Red Oak and Maple are probably the most common. White Oak would be good too.
     
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    How much weight are we talking about?

    Atwoods has a small all-terrain wagon rated at 400lbs, and Harbor Freight has one rated at 1200lbs IIRC. Both are expanded-metal on steel frames and have tongue-style pull handles.

    Just a thought. :drunk2:
     
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    Could be Ash
     
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    Maple
     
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