Here's a pic of the one I fabbed up for my JD 790. It's a dual purpose bracket that holds the chainsaw and a fire extinguisher. I have a complete thread on this, but if you want to see more, you'll have to search for it, or I can find it for you.
...by the handle - the chain hurts my hand.
I went the route suggested by scaredychicken - I bought an ATV mount that clamped right on my ROPS. It is made by Kolpin Powersports and I bought it from Canadian Tire
Does what I need and no drilling. Keeps me from putting my chainsaw somewhere I will damage it......
Stewie1 if ya have a minute could you post a couple more pics
from other angles of that CS hanger please? Nice Job!
Artisan, here are a couple more shots I have on the computer......
Apart from wrapping bicycle inner tube sections around the ROPS, everything including the long clamping bolts were in the box!
Another freshly installed shot
And a couple in the field
Attachment 275945. Attachment 275946
The chainsaw bar is clamped between 2 foam pads and the body of the saw rests on a third - the saw will not come loose even if you roll over....
You can also tightly close the clamp when ther is no saw in it
Hope this helps, I can take specific shots if there is something specific you would like to see.
NICE Thank You SO MUCH! I appreciate it.
NOW I see whats what...Good Job!
Just finished my chainsaw holder on a L3940 and I attached couple pictures for reference. I drilled just one additional hole into the side of the platform. The other anchor point is a sheet metal bracket which engage with the FEL pivot point; overall pretty solid build. I tried to match the Kubota color but seams quite different. Not happy with the chain saw which drips chain oil in this position, even adjusted to minimum, not too much but drips.
p.s.: all the credits to the forum where I found the concept.
simple deal and a box for chains.