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    Has anyone built any type of shelving unit on wheels to store attachments (vertical)?

    As stated up above, I'm looking for idea's on storing my attachments on some type of wooden shelving, along with the ability to move the structure around via wheels on the bottom (that could lock) in order to minimize space.

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    The mowing deck will stay vertical on Larry's mower deck axles.

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    Not exactly wood, but 2 shelves on wheels.......

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    This is a more recent picture of my implement storage unit. I also store my forks under the pallet on the 2nd level. I love it and it's very handy to move around . . . in addition I have scaffolding for high work in the shop and house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlin View Post
    This is a more recent picture of my implement storage unit. I also store my forks under the pallet on the 2nd level. I love it and it's very handy to move around . . . in addition I have scaffolding for high work in the shop and house.

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    That, is a nice set up. Could be my excuse to buy forks too !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlin View Post

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    I want to build something very similar to that using 8' long pallet racks. How difficult is it for you to push that around when it is loaded up?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    I want to build something very similar to that using 8' long pallet racks. How difficult is it for you to push that around when it is loaded up?
    Well, I'm in my 70's and it takes a little bit of energy. Once the casters are oriented correctly for the way you want it to go, moving it isn't to bad, it just takes a little time. The thing is I don't move it that often and if Missey is available with two it goes even easier. I move it by myself 90% of the time. Key is the smooth floor and pushing it down low.



    Quote Originally Posted by Firemark View Post
    That, is a nice set up. Could be my excuse to buy forks too !
    Well, having forks is key to using the second level for the box blade.
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    IMHO the secret is to purchase the large caster wheels (5" +) not the cheap little ones. Then moving is easy.
    Had a 2000 lb car on a dolly. The little wheels shot the bearings all over the garage
    The big wheels were like butter...
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    I forgot to mention that I angle cut a couple of 4 x 4's to be a ramp for each rear tire. That way I just backup and grab/unload the tiller with the iMatch. It's slick and being able to fine adjust the alignment via moving the scaffold a definite plus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlin View Post
    Well, I'm in my 70's and it takes a little bit of energy. Once the casters are oriented correctly for the way you want it to go, moving it isn't to bad, it just takes a little time. The thing is I don't move it that often and if Missey is available with two it goes even easier. I move it by myself 90% of the time. Key is the smooth floor and pushing it down low.


    I don't plan on moving mine much but I just wanted to make sure it isn't to difficult. Mine will be on a concrete garage floor so I was pretty sure it would move.


    Quote Originally Posted by Bulitt View Post
    IMHO the secret is to purchase the large caster wheels (5" +) not the cheap little ones. Then moving is easy.
    Had a 2000 lb car on a dolly. The little wheels shot the bearings all over the garage
    The big wheels were like butter...
    I was looking at using the 6" gray soft-ish rubber casters. I made the mistake of using tiny 1" hard plastic casters on the cart I keep my plow on and that turned into a pain to move.
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