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    Bronze Member sscrob's Avatar
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    Aug 2012
    Crocker MO
    Kubota L3240


    Moving new gun safe from truck to porch, then bro in laws and I fought it to the basement. Hindsight, should of had a walkout basement!!
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    Feb 2012
    White Mountains, AZ
    yanmar 169D

    Default Re: Unusual applications of the FEL

    I use mine as an adjustable height mower.
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    Actually, I was changing the oil on the lawnmower.


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    Super Member Xfaxman's Avatar
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    Feb 2013
    Meridian, OK
    Bobcat V417 Toolcat 5610 G TORO+Loader

    Default Re: Unusual applications of the FEL

    Quote Originally Posted by redobbin View Post
    Pallet forks pallet, strap to secure pallet - mobile scaffold. Not all that odd, very handy.
    Yep, that reminded me of the platform that I set up on the forks, for my wife to ride on while trimming our horse riding trails.

    Another unusual FEL application.
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    My Avatar, the TORO+Loader:
    Kwik-Way FEL and TORO Groundsmaster Put Together

    V417 Compact Telehandler: ​(This replaced my tractor): The best machine to do what I need a machine to do

  4. #34
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    Colebrook, N.H.
    Kubota L3830HST

    Default Re: Unusual applications of the FEL

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    I had an unusual FEL chore last summer while building our new garage. I made a jig for the pallet forks to lift up the roof trusses, and it worked like a charm. Two men with the tractor. Slid the truss onto the jig with the bottom of the truss against the back board of the forks, rolled the forks back and drove to the end of the building, raised up all the way, set the brake and climbed up, one man on each side slid it up onto the top plate, then slid it down the length of the building. Then, as they say, "Lather, rinse, and repeat" until they were all up!

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