Initially I built this chuck wagon to be pulled by a 4-wheeler, but a neighbor has horses and offered to pull it in a parade. So I need a full sized wagon tongue to adapt also to this chuck wagon. This makes it real interchangeable between the two. This will be the last in the series of rebuilding this 100 year plus old Spear-O Ranch wagon. Thanks for following along!

Merchandise Stores!
Store Frontier for tee-shirts, sweat shirts and hoodies.

Spring for mugs, tee-shirts, sweatshirts and hoodies.

Many of you are interested in the tire bolts and rivets I use in my videos. Since I use a large number of these, I do keep them in stock. An email to will get you a list of available sizes and pricing.

Carriage Terminology: An Historical

The Brewster Story –

Practical Carriage Building

Wheel making: Wooden Wheel Design

Carriage and Wagon Axles

An Interesting account of an early English Wheelwright Shop

The Wheelwright Shop, in Kindle form

The Twenty Mule Team of Death Valley

Around Boron

Twenty Mule Team of Death Valley

3M spray adhesive I use

The Rasp I like to use – 14”

The Big Hoof Rasp – 17”

The Rebar Leatherman I use

The silk scarf I wear

My metal marking pencil

Metal marking pencil refills

If you find these helpful, these options also help support this channel

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Horse Show Log Book

Horse Show Logbook

Horse Show Log Book: Horse Riding and Halter Log Journal - Keep a Record up to 6 Judges per page - Eventing - Halter - Jumping - Equestrian

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