So, my intrepid assistant, right-hand man, and son Max, brain-stormed with me to see what we could re-purpose in the garage to build a cart.
After some looking around, we found a milk crate, some wheels from an old fertilizer spreader, and the handle from an unused scooter.
Our next stop was Lowes, where we wandered around looking at various hardware to complete our build.
With $10 in hardware, it was back to the garage to start the build!
Step 1: Part List
From the garage:
(1) Milk Crate.
(1) Razor-like Scooter Handle
(2) Wheels from on old fertilizer spreader
(4) Flat Washers
(2) 3/8" Hex Lock Nuts
(2) 3/8" Hex Nuts
(2) #16 Hose Clamps
(1) 3/8" x 2' threaded rod
(1) 1/2" x 2' PVC Conduit
(1) Hitch Pin
(1) 2-1/2" x 3/8" Wire Lock Pin
I purchased all of this for $9.77 (before tax)
Now that we have the part list.. lets build!
Step 2: Remove Handle
On this particular model, we just had to loosen the clamp at the bottom of the handle.
Once the clamp was removed, the handle came out.. easy as that!