I know others have boasted about the lift capacity of this combination relative to its size.
house needed a beam for some additional support from Father Time
20’ span of (3)lvl 1.5x11 7/8” and 2 pieces of 1/2” plate of same size
Defiantly not the most this machine has lifted, it was only around 1300lb 2’ +/- out on forks. The span is a bit wider than my typical project tho, no trouble fetching it off driveway and maneuvering it around house/septic/walkways to get it in place
good thing there was a backhoe on the rear, fully extended 1300# looks to be the end of loader's capacity
all's well that ends well, fine use for a tractor
and that's a fine trash can hauler too!
another thought...would have liked to have seen your front tires with all that weight on them. Those R4s are tough but sometimes hard to tell how much air
is in them. Vs radials which always look low on air... I'm guessing you went very very slowly.
This morning I went to Home Depot to pick up a skid of floor tile. There were 40 boxes of tile, plastic wrapped and tie wrapped on the skid. According to the electronic scale on the lift total weight was 2,050 lbs. This was substantially more than originally estimated. They set the load...
Kyle, we caught it inside on a rolling lift and some temporary supports and slid it into place then some jacking