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Loader-Mounted ATV Hauler
Alistair Roberts of Wrexham, Wales needed a way to haul his 4-wheeler home from a sheep farm 12 miles away. “I haul the 4-wheeler on a trailer going out to the farm to round up sheep. But the trailer’s full on the way back so I used to have to leave it there and go back later to haul it home,” he says.
    He solved the problem by building a loader-mounted ATV hauler. “With the loader carrying the 4-wheeler I can return in a single trip.”
    The hauler consists of a steel frame made from 2-in. box tubing, with wells for the ATV’s wheels. The frame slips over 2 of the forks on the loader bucket and the ATV is then strapped down for safety.
    Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Alistair Roberts, Hafod Penycae, Wrexham Clwyd LL14 1UA United Kingdom (ph 0044 1978 840199).
Reprinted with permission from Practical Farm Ideas (www.farmideas.co.uk).

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2014 - Volume #38, Issue #6