Make a backrest and safety case for my 42" pallet fork.
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    Make a backrest and safety case for my 42" pallet fork.


    Got my 42" pallet fork from ebay for $429.00. (prices has jumped since I brought it). Free shipping and delivery is fast. It fits perfectly with H120. Interchange with JD bucket is easy task even for me.

    The only problem I see it just does not have backrest. I did not realize I need backrest until I start to use the pallet fork.

    So I got some 2x4x8 lumber and drill some holes to fasten a backrest. Less than $10 and I am happy.

    It does not look too pretty but it works for me. Already moved a big wood box (4'x8'x8')down to barn.

    Since I have some wood pallet around, I also made a Safety Cage with extra 2x4x8. I stand on it to trim some tree branch. It is a little bit shaky right now.
    Need to find a way to secure with my backrest but it is less than $10 too.
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    2015 1025R ,R4 tire, H120/53" bucket/Piranha Tooth Bar, Titan 42" Pallet forks with homemade backrest , 679lb Ballast Box, iMatch QH(LVB25976), Frontier RC2048, BB2048L, Front JDQA to 3pt Quick Hitch, 3-Point receiver hitch (LP25001), Countryline Boom pole, Ken's Grab Hook/Clevis, JD D110 riding Mower

    Wish list: Wheel Weights, Single Point

    5x10 Tilt Trailer, 2500 lb Winch on hitch, STIHL MS 170 HS 45, Dirty Hand 22-Ton Gas Log Splitter

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