Anybody have a Sears Railroad attachment?

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  1. barnbikes

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    I don't have one, but if you are planning on getting one or building one, you better be able to pedal very fast!:D
     
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    What year is that catalog from?
     
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    1902 reprint.
     
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    This takes "rails to trails" to another level.
     
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    Yea! I'll pass on this sort of rail riding.:crazy:

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  8. B607

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    Hot rails to 'ell. Gary
     
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    What could possibly go wrong? :O
     
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    I think you should figure out a way to use it on the light rail tracks in town.
     

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