3pt Carry All

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Laderbuilt

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Very nice.
I made my own and just copied a picture I saw on TSC web site.
What thickness did you use for steel?
 
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I've noticed a few others that cut the sides at an angle instead of running flush vertically.

Is there a reason that I'm missing. It seems like you could haul more if the side boards were all extended flush.

I built mine with no sides at all. Makes it easy to carry long stuff. I mounted hooks on the front of the headboard and under the rear deck and keep a length of small nylon rope which works great for tying down loads of firewood, which I stack crosswise in two or three rows. Hooks visible front and rear here:
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Very nice.
I made my own and just copied a picture I saw on TSC web site.
What thickness did you use for steel?

I bought the Countyline carry all from TSC. Added PT lumber on it and painted to match LS tractor
 
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J.Wal

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Just did mine this last week. Still haven’t decided on how I am gonna do my sides. IMG_1266.JPG
 
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I bought the Countyline carry all from TSC. Added PT lumber on it and painted to match LS tractor

Ahh okay. Do you have a guess what they used?
I made mine from 5/16 3x3 angle iron with 5/8th thick mounting points.

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Looking great.

After MMM is Carry All probably the most used implement for me.
 

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Another useful possibility is removable stake sides

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Thanks for you post - got me thinking.

I'm going to have to give some thought to making one of these and the way I handle my work. I have a 4n1 bucket that is on my tractor maybe 20% of the time and it is quite heavy. Most of the time I keep my forks on for toting things around often up to the maximum lift capacity of the FEL. I keep my backhoe on almost all the time, mostly for ballast but I also often find a handy use for it and it's thumb from time to time so it is not just dead weight.

I really like the idea of being able to carry stuff though and lift from the rear as well - I could incorporate ballast into the box as well (BTW my tires are loaded but they get really light with the 4n1 on and the BH off).
 
 
 
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