I have a couple of ideas I am working on right now for either modifications to an existing implement or the creation of a new implement to be able to handle specific tasks. Wondering what other ideas or needs that others have seen where either modifications or enhancements to an existing implement would improve its function or permit tasks or jobs to be handled more efficiently, effectively.
These aren't necessarily items which would have massive commercial application, or even for which a commercial market might exist. It just what enhancements, modifications, changes or other actions do you think would help make certain tasks easier, faster, etc or existing implements easier and better to complete a specific task or project? That's what I would like to see discussed in this thread.
I got thinking about this when I looked at the Big Tool Rack for a 3 point implement carry all. Not being sure how I was really going to use my rear 3PH carrier and also unsure if I would really use a $1,650 Big Tool rack, I bought a basic frame and built the 3 point carry all. That experience helped me tremendously and it also made me appreciate and respect the thought, effort, design and engineering that went into the Big Tool rack to make it successful.
I should start another thread, or resume the one from when I built the 3ph rear carrier to share what I have learned, what mistakes I made and what flat out doesn't work like I thought it would and how its extremely helpful and worked better than I hoped in other respects.
It might be helpful for others to hear my experiences and insight on the selected tie down and securing methods as there are a wide range of options and choices out there. If others working on rear carry all designs or ideas would like to hear the thoughts on the "tie down and securing methods", let me know and I will detail them for you.