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Mounting seats in the dump cart


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So I have this idea for rigging seats(bench or 2 singles) in the dump cart of my mule. The goal is to have some place for the kids to ride while me and the wife are in the cab.

Ideally the seat(s) would be able to fold up when not in use. Anybody done this or have any input and/or pics?

Thanks

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