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    DIY bolt on grab hooks

    Found these 5/16" grab hooks at the local Northern Tool store for $5.99 , found the shackles at TSC for about $6.00 Had a welder buddy of mine weld up some brackets and there you have it DIY bolt on hooks!!
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    Well I guess imitation is a form or flattery right

    Nice job
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    looks pretty, what may happen like what happen to me is the center of bucket will bend when you lift heavy object. I had to put a piece of angle iron under to prevent this from happening again

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    Easy-Peasy! Looks good!
    Last edited by Creekdrifter; 03-29-2016 at 11:49 AM.
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