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    Default Re: Man Lift

    Crap.....read this thread......now I've got to build me one.

    I can see many uses for this.

    RSKY

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    Elite Member Ken45101's Avatar
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    Default Re: Man Lift

    Quote Originally Posted by PILOON View Post
    Did not notice but perhaps some method of 'hold back', like a chain just in case the operator dumps or tilts the forks downwards. (like hits the wrong valve)
    I'm pretty sure both my kubota loaders have a latch on the joystick to prevent any "down" activation.

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    Super Member 4570Man's Avatar
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    Default Re: Man Lift

    Quote Originally Posted by Ken45101 View Post
    I'm pretty sure both my kubota loaders have a latch on the joystick to prevent any "down" activation.
    They do, but it’s only useful once you get the loader in the air. If you’ve got two people and you’re riding the loader up you could still be dumped. You’d have to have a pretty careless operator for that to happen.

  4. #24
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    Default Re: Man Lift

    Quote Originally Posted by RSKY View Post
    Crap.....read this thread......now I've got to build me one.

    I can see many uses for this.

    RSKY
    My exact thoughts. Great idea
    Could have used this for putting up the christmas lights this year. I just used a pallet and ratchet strapped it back to fork frame so it was secure. It's only 10' to the eaves on my house so the pallet was only 4-5 feet off the ground. It was much safer that standing on top of my 6' step ladder.

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    Elite Member Sawyer Rob's Avatar
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    Default Re: Man Lift

    I sure as he!! wouldn't lift my wife in one, IF I didn't think it was safe!



    But, I don't buy any junk either... For the most part, I'm more into over built...

    SR

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