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    Looking at a King Kutter Carry All. Can these be used as a fork lift for pallets? I'm thinking of building some side panels onto a number pallets so I can stack my fire wood and make for easy hauling to the house. Anybody else have a good solution or idea? Currently I double or triple my efforts on loading my trailer, stacking at the barn and then winter comes and I then haul and stack at the house. There has got to be an easier way. With a Carry All I can potentially stack where ever I am on the property cutting the wood and I'm done.

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    Default Re: Carry All

    Run a search on "carryall". There are tons of good ideas. Reading all of them will keep you out of trouble for hours

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    Check KK's product information (brochures a the store and their web site). They have two carryalls, the light duty one and a heavier duty one that is made for carrying pallets.
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    Default Re: Carry All

    You can carry pallets with them, the only problem is that they are not very strong where they make the 90 degree corner.

    Andy

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    Just bought the KK carry all today. Picked 2 palets of small rocks with it with my B 2620.......... No problem .. got to the big full pallet from Lowes and there was a problem. Don't blame the carry all.... Just the lift Cap of the 3Pt.. Probably 700 lbs there........ The KK did fine........ No need for me to buy pallet forks. these worked fine and cheaper.

    Tom in Indiana.........

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    search for multipurpose lifter and see one I built.
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    Perfect, thank you all for the information. ae_ted, I like your carry all bin with the universal seet/half gate idea. I'm sure with a carryall I'll build one of those at some point. Great for stuff/kid hauling. I'm going to TS and buy the heavier duty Carryall and start building my fire wood bins. I'll start with a few mock ups before I build too many. I may eventualy use plastic pallets so I can get some years out of these. Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airic View Post
    Perfect, thank you all for the information. ae_ted, I like your carry all bin with the universal seet/half gate idea. I'm sure with a carryall I'll build one of those at some point. Great for stuff/kid hauling. I'm going to TS and buy the heavier duty Carryall and start building my fire wood bins. I'll start with a few mock ups before I build too many. I may eventualy use plastic pallets so I can get some years out of these. Thanks again.
    I think you'll be happy with the HD one. I used to have one years ago. I sold it when I stopped burning wood. D'oh!

    Now I have a LD (el-cheapo) KK Carryall that works OK, but the upper mount is twisted a 1/4 turn from hauling the lower half of my deer stand into the swamp. The bouncing induced by the bumpy ride placed too much leverage on the mount - entirely my fault. It was probably only 650 lbs, but most of the weight was hanging 8-10 ft out the back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airic View Post
    Looking at a King Kutter Carry All. Can these be used as a fork lift for pallets? I'm thinking of building some side panels onto a number pallets so I can stack my fire wood and make for easy hauling to the house. Anybody else have a good solution or idea? Currently I double or triple my efforts on loading my trailer, stacking at the barn and then winter comes and I then haul and stack at the house. There has got to be an easier way. With a Carry All I can potentially stack where ever I am on the property cutting the wood and I'm done.
    I use a KK carry all and it works with pallates fine.. My pto gen is pallate mounted and I use my carryall to move it.. etc.

    soundguy

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    I have one of the LD KK models and I've been surprised at how much I've used it. It's had a lot more loaded on it than the 500 LB rating and it's still as straight as when I got it.
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