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I was bored tonight and wanted to watch some YouTube folks using there 1025r's moving snow ,,. I ran across this video of a pallet system a guy made to hold his, pallet forks, FEL and box blade ,,,, very cool idea!!

Is he a member on this forum?

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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8DQt0DAtRqI

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I stumbled on this the other day too. Pretty cool, but I think I would always be having to unload something to get to another item.

Eric Gildersleeve ~ KD7CAO
Krugerville, TX, USA
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I like the concept overall , he does have a lot on the cart, I really liked the FEL aspect along with the pallet forks,, I think I would have made a separate cart for box blade but heck it works for him,,,

I really would like more on info on how to build it and if he has a drawing for it
 

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Artillian just came out with a rolling rack for his forks and a loader bucket to go on but not the whole loader assembly.
 

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That guy needs a Imatch quick hitch i was getting tired just watching him get on & off tractor eh!!! :thumbup1gif:
 

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So is this guy a member of this forum? Anyone
 

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So is this guy a member of this forum? Anyone
I don't think so, you can send a note through YouTube (comments under the video) and ask if he is a member-or inform him of the forum if he is not.
 
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Now that's a cart there.:good2:
 

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That guy needs a Imatch quick hitch i was getting tired just watching him get on & off tractor eh!!! :thumbup1gif:
My observation also. . . . IMatch :thumbup1gif:

Saw here some time ago a vertical system, shelves for a couple of implements. . . . Then you'd extract/store using forks. My floor space is at a premium. :banghead: Anyone remember who?? :unknown:
 

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My idea

All I did was go to Home Depot and bought several platforms with wheels--for moving furniture. I unload my FEL on two of these and also my snow blower. Works awesome. I can move them around my shed easy! Works like a charm----and inexpensive.
 
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