I thought maybe someone had done something similar, or could suggest a solution. I have a 1026r
If you look at the attached photo, this is what I am building. But it is a couple of feet taller, and four feet wider. Bigger enough that the steel is a little heavier, so raising the "panels" is more awkward and heavier for two people - maybe impossible. And with four people, they will just get in each other's way. On my structure, the peak is 11' 6" high. Width-wise it is 24 ft.
Can anyone think of a practical way to use my FEL to lift these upright??? I'm guessing the loader peaks out at about 7 ft. - does anyone know?
I remember a topic where someone used Artillian forks placed upside down for a task. I thought this might add a few feet in height. If I could get under a truss, and go up to 9 ft. it might work out. Or maybe get it high enough so two people could then handle it.
But, I am thinking I am out of luck, and won't be able to use my new tractor to build its new home. Renting and trailering a "reach fork lift" will be expensive. Since most everyone here knows more than I about these types of things, I thought I would ask for suggestions.