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    Veteran Member theboman's Avatar
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    Default Carry All

    I picked up a carry all on 7/12/02 and wonder what you folks used to make a floor? Treated 2x ? Treated 1X ? Marine/Exterior plywood? Steel mesh?

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    Default Re: Carry All

    A free pallet from somewhere [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: Carry All

    Right Gary. I wouldn't get to carried away with it. My carryall just has a few scraps of 2 x 12 bolted to it. Sometimes, I take them off and use the prongs as a forklift. (not recommended by Leinbach, by the way).

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    Default Re: Carry All

    Is your carry all a KK? Are your "forks" spaced to fit under a pallet? Any pictures?

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    Veteran Member GreenRules's Avatar
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    Default Re: Carry All

    KK? It's a Leinbach. It is just a 3pt hookup w/ to prongs of angle iron. It's not the most rugged thing I have ever seen, but it great for lifting a riding mower to change the blades!(put a block of wood under it before you climb under).

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    Default Re: Carry All

    Bo,

    I thought of all those answers before I picked up a good sturdy pallet (free [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]) at my kubota dealer. Look for one that has the slots in the side that the carry-all arms can slide into. Works great!

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    Default Re: Carry All

    Thanks to all. I'm not pretty and almost sure that I'll go with treated 2x lumber. It'll last forever and looks neater.
    Thanks!
    Bo

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