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No-Cost 18-Ft. Pallet Tower
It didnít cost Ross Dahlke a penny to build a pallet tower using salvaged materials.
An 8-ft. square pallet serves as a base for the tower, which he uses as a deer stand. It overlooks a field near their New Norway, Alberta farm.
He used a loader to stack the pallets and then tied them all together with steel cable, anchoring the cables to 2-in. dia. pipe anchors.
Two power poles fitted with 1-in. dia. pieces of pipe steps were used to make a ladder to get up to the top, which has upright pallets around it to serve as guard rails.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Ross Dahlke, Box 127, New Norway, Alberta T0B3L0 Canada (ph 780 608-0824).

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2021 - Volume #45, Issue #3