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I see two little wheels up front and bigger in rear as in a traction engine .


That idea was brought up already!


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The missus has good taste! I like it!

Ok, I'm dying to know - you built the racks flat, how did they sit on the angles we put in??

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One side appears to widen a little in the back, I think they lean back a touch in respect to the rest of it. But they fit and sit flat to each other. I cheated the legs ever so slightly to bring the racks back to level without making everything else look out.


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