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    Not quite 900 lbs but I have to stack these cinder block pallets 3 high. Each pallet weighs 700 pounds ( 35 pounds per cinder block, 20 on a pallet). I have about 200 cinder blocks that I need to move twice a year.
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    I am surprised how much it carries. If me I would make more then 10 trips so I could drive faster? I know when my 4044M is loaded up with say 1200 lbs on the loader I just don't enjoy the ride the same. I don't like pucker factor kicking in now an then when rolling around with the load up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frogtoons View Post
    Not quite 900 lbs but I have to stack these cinder block pallets 3 high. Each pallet weighs 700 pounds ( 35 pounds per cinder block, 20 on a pallet). I have about 200 cinder blocks that I need to move twice a year.
    Relevant to the thread: if you make your stack higher towards the pivot point, you might be able to squeak a little more capacity...on the curl at least.

    Not relevant (hijacking) - dude, is that solar farm single house residential?
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    Yes that is a single residence solar farm. I am just about off the grid. I tried to stack closer to the pivot point but it makes the pallets to high. I put my cinder blocks pallet piles behind the solar panels when I am not using them. So I am height constrained not length constrained.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frogtoons View Post
    Yes that is a single residence solar farm. I am just about off the grid. I tried to stack closer to the pivot point but it makes the pallets to high. I put my cinder blocks pallet piles behind the solar panels when I am not using them. So I am height constrained not length constrained.
    Yea, I saw your cinder blocks probably couldn't get closer to the pivot point, but I mainly saying that to the OP with his pavers. I did a paver project a couple of weeks ago and I made stair-step stacks.

    As for your solar farm...that's a goal of mine. I have the acreage to put them on a stand like that with a south-facing vantage point. Just need to find the resources to allocate to it.
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    Iím curious why you have to move your blocks several times a year?
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    Ken I was wondering when someone was going to ask that question. I have a outdoor very large tropical garden (couple of acres) with lots of citrus trees, palms, etc. So during the winter I have to cover and heat my trees and plants to protect them from the cold. I need to use the cinder blocks as weight to hold down the covers. The citrus trees are about 10 feet high. I do get a lot of citrus and a good workout. I am getting ready to rent a 45 foot lift so I can cover two of my large windmill palms. What can I say I am a frustrated Floridian living in Delaware. As a side note I bought your 1025r tie downs and getting ready to install.
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    Wow, thats impressive!
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    Ken if your every near the Delaware beaches, I will give you a tour of the gardens.
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    900lbs is darn impressive. That's not far off i believe from the rating on my old model 75 loader on my LCUT.

    Maybe this is a dumb question but will a 1025 lift a heaping bucket of crushed stone with no trouble?
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