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"Easy On" Bucket-Mounted Pallet Forks
Greg Krush, Ft. Collins, Colo., cut up the tubular steel frame off an old Farmall tractor and used it to make a pair of bucket-mounted forks. They attach to the front of the bucket and are held tight by a chain and binder.
  The forks are welded to a length of angle iron that slips over the bucketís front edge. The chain attaches to a hook welded onto the angle iron and to another angle iron thatís welded onto the back side of the bucket.
  ďBy popping the chain and binder off, I can move the forks to another tractor in just a couple of minutes,Ē says Krush.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Greg Krush, 4605 East Co. Rd. 58, Ft. Collins, Colo. 80524 (ph 970 568-9896; gregkrush@cs.com).

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2014 - Volume #38, Issue #1