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    Quote Originally Posted by JimAnderson View Post
    Nice looking job.Well thought out and fabbed.I like the D ring idea and will add them to my fork lift frame.
    I added the chain hooks to the bottom as well I figured I could wrap a chain around a load if need be. I moved some very large stumps last fall and the chain hooks and the forks themselves would of come in really handy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sfrankland View Post
    No idea. I need to find a set of scales to weigh a project I have coming up. If I manage a set I plan on weighing them. If I was to guess I would put them between 200-250lbs.
    Did you create SSQA on your bucket too? I like that idea. All my stuff is pin on.

    My forks are Kodiak, similar to the ones on Northern Tool. I think they are TOO heavy, at about 350lbs. But they pin on front or rear, and are very handy.
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    I made this weight for my 3 point hitch. It works well I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madmax12 View Post

    Did you create SSQA on your bucket too? I like that idea. All my stuff is pin on.

    My forks are Kodiak, similar to the ones on Northern Tool. I think they are TOO heavy, at about 350lbs. But they pin on front or rear, and are very handy.
    When I started looking for a blade for snow clearing I decided I wanted a SSQA. I looked around for one but no one made one so I had to build it myself. Cutting a perfectly good bucket was hard but I have no regrets now that it is done. The forks themselves make up 3/4 of the weight. They are 1 1/2" thick and can be man handled but I wouldn't want to carry them to far.

    Quote Originally Posted by DRZDUDE View Post
    I made this weight for my 3 point hitch. It works well I think.
    I am looking a building something like this now. I normally have the backhoe on in the summer and the snowblower is on now but I find it is hard to work in tight spots because of the overall length.

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