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    Did you notice in the video, about 3:38, the front layer of wood in the basement bin had been restacked neatly after being dumped in?

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    Some speculation on the 1953 JD video: He was trying to watch a football game. His resentful wife is subtly trying to 'nudge' him into action by running the vacuum cleaner nearby. No response. She vacuums under his feet. She vacuums in front of the TV. She dusts in front of the TV. It seems his den is the only dirty spot in the house. Eventually, she 'nudges' him out of the house. He's in no hurry to return yet wants to appear productive. Perfect setup.

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    I put this together sunday.carry-all for back of tractor-0723121859.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmc View Post
    Some speculation on the 1953 JD video: He was trying to watch a football game. His resentful wife is subtly trying to 'nudge' him into action by running the vacuum cleaner nearby. No response. She vacuums under his feet. She vacuums in front of the TV. She dusts in front of the TV. It seems his den is the only dirty spot in the house. Eventually, she 'nudges' him out of the house. He's in no hurry to return yet wants to appear productive. Perfect setup.
    Of course. The prolongation of an activity to deflect oneself from more painful honeydews. Wise man jmc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jefwyn View Post
    I put this together sunday.Click image for larger version. 

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    Nice carry-all and chain saws.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jefwyn View Post
    I put this together sunday.Click image for larger version. 

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    Looks great!
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    I welded up a 3-point forks assembly similar to TSC's. I can pick it up in a moment with the quick hitch.

    I use the forks to carry several oversize pallets that have a sheet of plywood added. For the one I use mostly, I added a backboard on its front edge so I have something to tie cargo to. Another has high sides for a portable mulch bin, and a third has uprights along its back edge, for storing and then carrying a load of short tree props into the orchard.

    Last week I lashed my table saw onto a basic pallet and took it out to the scrap lumber pile behind the barn to rip scrap lumber into tree props, with minimal handling. Pile > Saw > Trailer.

    It is very handy to leave different projects on different pallets, and go pick them up with the rear forks when needed.







    Last edited by California; 07-26-2012 at 08:17 PM. Reason: Added photos.

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    California said........
    It is very handy to leave different projects on different pallets, and go pick them up with the rear forks when needed.
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    ABSOLUTELY............ I have made up several 3'x3' pallets that I use on my carry all. I secured a 50 gallon plastic barrel to one to keep sand, and cleaned landscape rock in. They have drain holes in the bottom and a sheet of landscape fabric in the bottom to let water out and keep product in.

    Pick it up, move to where you need it, move back to the back of the barn. Works good.

    Enjoy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boeing View Post
    Crash.....
    I have a MIG welder (which I am not too good with.....)
    WHERE do you get the diamond plate for the floor and WHERE do you get the diamond mesh wire that you used for the sides?
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    Sorry for the long delay in getting to you with an answer.

    Most good sized towns or cities have metal yards. Locally I'm pretty lucky as the yard has a good selection of used metal or drops (cut offs). Once a month or so I stop by to see what they have and pick up most anything that may be useful in the future. Never really sure what I am going to build or when. So its nice to have a supply on hand.

    In the last few years I have built 4 wood stoves, mail box, roller, sheep's foot (compacter), pallet forks, wood racks, metal stairs and a bunch of little things.
    ::"I STARTED out with nothing....I still have most of it."

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    Here's mine. 3 inch angle, 3/16" thick. Inverted angle for the floor. I plan to add 1/4 to 1/2 steel plate in the bottom to add weight. The sides are 16" high. Started with a TSC frame and went from there.

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