1995 - Volume #19, Issue #2, Page #36[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
Home-Built Wire Winder
I also madea bale fork for handling round bales with my pickup. I have fed and moved thousands of bales with it. It's made of various pieces of scrap metal. One pin that goes through a frame cross member holds it to the bed of pickup. When you pull it you can slide it right out of the pickup. The tines fold straight up for safe transport. An electric winch raises and lowers the spike. It connects to an upright at the base of the spike that's made out of 4-in. channel iron. It's cab controlled. A hinge at the back of the pickup bed is made out of pipe. (Delbert Deschner, 2950 County 404 Dr., Natoma, Kan. 67651 ph 913 885-4671)
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