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    Dollies for (1026r) h120 loader, 260 backhoe, 54 blade..

    ..just sharing a few pictures. Thanks to other GTT members for some nice ideas!


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    Those dollies look good. That's a great way to move implements around your shop/garage.

    I plan to build a dolly to move my 60" mid-mount mower around when it's detached from the tractor. That'll have to be a spring project though as I have the deck in storage now out at the farm.

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    I do have a question though. Are the casters on the backhoe dolly big enough to roll easily given the weight of the hoe? They look small to me, but maybe it's just my computer or bad eyes.

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    Casters for dollies

    The casters I used were rated for 175# from THD at $5ea - Shepherd 2-1/2" Polypropylene Wheel Swivel Plate Caster Model # 939 . Everything held up and they seem to roll ok inside garage. The other ones I've seen used are probably better, but 4-5x the cost.

    For sure, I will be changing out the smaller cross pieces on the 260 dolly with some 2x4 at next opportunity. And maybe adding another 2x4 to the height of the front/back sections of the loader bucket dolly to keep it from sliding around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckeye1 View Post
    ..just sharing a few pictures. Thanks to other GTT members for some nice ideas!


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    These look awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckeye1 View Post
    The casters I used were rated for 175# from THD at $5ea - Shepherd 2-1/2" Polypropylene Wheel Swivel Plate Caster Model # 939 . Everything held up and they seem to roll ok inside garage. The other ones I've seen used are probably better, but 4-5x the cost.

    For sure, I will be changing out the smaller cross pieces on the 260 dolly with some 2x4 at next opportunity. And maybe adding another 2x4 to the height of the front/back sections of the loader bucket dolly to keep it from sliding around.
    Would you be able to post any updated pictures and maybe a measurement diagram of the 260 backhoe dolly? It looks great and I'd really like to build one! Thanks!

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    Loader dolly

    So I've got my H130 loader that I'd like to put on a dolly for the winter since I'll be installing my 54 front blower soon. Seems like a simple enough concept with the furniture dolly's. Honestly I haven't removed my loader in the 8 or so months I've owned the 2520. Is there any concern about the parking stand collapsing if I put one dolly under the bucket and another under the kickstand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by proxcowboy View Post
    So I've got my H130 loader that I'd like to put on a dolly for the winter since I'll be installing my 54 front blower soon. Seems like a simple enough concept with the furniture dolly's. Honestly I haven't removed my loader in the 8 or so months I've owned the 2520. Is there any concern about the parking stand collapsing if I put one dolly under the bucket and another under the kickstand?
    I did it that way the first winter we had our 2320 and 200CX FEL. Since then for storage, I have been removing the bucket from the FEL and placing it on a dolly. I then get the arms and stand as close to where I would like to store it and unhook from the tractor. Once I have the FEL arms and stand in place, I push the bucket (on dolly) between the arms. Its better if you have a helper since you have the lift the dolly wheels over the stand. This way helps save space in our already tight garage. I think you would be surprised at how you can move around the FEL arms and stand once the bucket is off. Like you...I was more comfortable with the arms and the stand on the concrete versus dollies.
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    I like the idea of removing the bucket. So you are saying with bucket off its not too bad to slide the loader around on the concrete without a dolly?


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