These are a essential part of the Motoculteur, as it enables the operator to ride along withe motoculteur while operating implements, sprays, etc. It is a means of converting the engine into transport.
The sulky was originally available on the early C7, D9 and B5 ranges. The original specification was steel wheels and lighter chassis which developed over the years to a more substantial piece of kit see below.
The basic design has not altered since its conception in the early 1930’s. This construction was strengthened with the introduction of the 409 motoculteur of the late 1940’s.
It was attached to the motoculteur by means of a universal joint. using the same attachments, pins etc., as the implements towed behind the motoculteur.
**** Here are some photos of the sulky in action from the mid 1930’s to the later models after the war ****
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