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    Chainsaw holder

    So i got tired of every time i got to bottom of property i would need the chainsaw. so i added a shelf to the rear of the ROPS. yeah i probably voided my warranty by this , but o well. Also put a bracket for the walkie talkie, wife got tired of not being able to get a hold of me when it was time for dinner. going to replace tool bag with Ammo can so it can be strapped as well. but it's pretty locked in up there.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by texhusker View Post
    So i got tired of every time i got to bottom of property i would need the chainsaw. so i added a shelf to the rear of the ROPS. yeah i probably voided my warranty by this , but o well. Also put a bracket for the walkie talkie, wife got tired of not being able to get a hold of me when it was time for dinner. going to replace tool bag with Ammo can so it can be strapped as well. but it's pretty locked in up there.Click image for larger version. 

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    Awesome!

    BTW, could you do a post about your Bendpak lift and all the details? A lift is on my wish list for the barn...
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    Quote Originally Posted by texhusker View Post
    So i got tired of every time i got to bottom of property i would need the chainsaw. so i added a shelf to the rear of the ROPS. yeah i probably voided my warranty by this , but o well. Also put a bracket for the walkie talkie, wife got tired of not being able to get a hold of me when it was time for dinner. going to replace tool bag with Ammo can so it can be strapped as well. but it's pretty locked in up there.Click image for larger version. 

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    I have a built in dinner bell!! However, the walkie talkie holder looks great! I often wish I had a rack for the weed eater or other tools. Gotta get busy rigging it to keep up!
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    Nice work!

    Good Job! Really like the idea of utilizing the ROPS.
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    Since I have to leave my ROPS down to put the tractor away & I needed a place for my chainsaws, fuel, chains, etc, etc. I compromised on a rear box. While it does limit, at times, visibility it still works well for what I wanted to do.Click image for larger version. 

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