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Larryb08

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workinonit

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I like that post hole digger.
 
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HawkinsHollow

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I cut doors in an IBC tote cage and chain that to the forks when I want a work platform. It's way better than a ladder.
In theory I love the IBC tote work cage. But my question is how do you get up there? I guess that is a 2 man operation. I work alone mostly so it just never made sense to me.
 
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ericm979

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In theory I love the IBC tote work cage. But my question is how do you get up there? I guess that is a 2 man operation. I work alone mostly so it just never made sense to me.
I mostly work alone too. I position the tractor and prop a ladder up against the tote cage. I should get one of those collapsible ladders.
 
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HawkinsHollow

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I mostly work alone too. I position the tractor and prop a ladder up against the tote cage. I should get one of those collapsible ladders.
I wonder if it would be worth tying a rope on the FEL lever to let yourself down. It would even work with the tractor off.
 
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ptsg

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I wonder if it would be worth tying a rope on the FEL lever to let yourself down. It would even work with the tractor off.
I've done similar techniques but with a forklift and a stick. I could lift me up or go down.

On a loader, just going down without curling back will put the basket in a very steep angle.
 
 
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