Hi all, I'm considering building a light wooden frame/walls around a wooden pallet to use as a deep light weight materials bucket for seaweed. This will fit a lot more material than my 53 inch bucket can which is usually heaped high and many times I lose some material. thinking of having a removable front wall on the gate for dumping after it's full.
It will be filled to the top, and then dumped, and then refilled again. Ideally I'd like to keep the high walled pallet attached to the forks for most of the operation, with capability to remove it if needed.
I plan on lifting it with my 42 inch artillian pallet forks
Has anyone ever seen a device or improvised some way to keep the pallet from falling off the forks when you put the forks into the "dump" position? Some kind of stop/retainer?