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Old 08-12-2012, 07:18 PM   #1
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3-point carry-all.

Has anyone made their own carry-all? Your plans could save me from do-overs.


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Old 12-16-2012, 02:13 PM   #2
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Hey Dak.I started by gearing up a set of forks on back(I wanted a set anyway) I than built a simple platform from what I had around and use ratchet straps to secure this to my forks. It worked well for my needs. Hope this helps.


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Hey Dak.I started by gearing up a set of forks on back(I wanted a set anyway) I than built a simple platform from what I had around and use ratchet straps to secure this to my forks. It worked well for my needs. Hope this helps.
With your setup you could use a couple of good pallets and build sides on one, attach a barrel to another, and leave one flat. Quick and interchangeable, for different applications.
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Yep,Been there and did that(kinda)Wife needed H2O on the garden ASAP, So a barrel "water truck" was put together QUICK. Never regreted having the forks.Great for alot of things.Mine are attached using the standard ss quick tach set up I have on most all my attachments.I first made an adaptor for the 3-pt.Now everything I can hook to the loader ,I can use on my 3-pt.I use chain binders to give "back-up" connection points.(In case something came unlatched while PULLING on the quick attach.
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Here are a few pics of the 3pt--ss quick attach I use on my montana.
p1020512.jpg   p1020513.jpg   p1020514.jpg  
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That's an awesome set-up you got going there, Randy. Gives me some ideas to play around with. Thanks for the pictures.


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