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Willy's boom
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DeadCarp    Posted 08-31-2002 at 17:23:16       [Reply]  [No Email]
If i had a boom like that, know what i'd use it for this time of year. I'd drive the rig out by the felled firewood and load the trailer and truck with nary a sweat. :) Pretty handy!


Willy-N    Posted 08-31-2002 at 21:11:14       [Reply]  [No Email]
Thanks for the comment! I do have a lot of work planed for it. Now I can put stuff in my truck alot easier and get parts off those tractors without ruining my back or the part!! Mark


George8NFL    Posted 08-31-2002 at 17:35:52       [Reply]  [No Email]
Nice work and patriodic at that. Nice place to hang ol glory.


Willy-N    Posted 08-31-2002 at 21:17:09       [Reply]  [No Email]

George didn't you hang a flag off yours for a Veterns Day Parade? Now I am desigining a set up for my fork lift I built so it can raise and lower but stay level when doing it. It works good now but I want it to stay flat to unload it when it is up in the air also. Mark H.


ger    Posted 09-01-2002 at 10:38:29       [Reply]  [No Email]
you sure do great work on those machines mark ,an the pictures are a big help most of us wouldn,t see the insides till we had to pull them apart , at least noe we know what to expect . again your tractor is turning out just great . great work


ger    Posted 09-01-2002 at 10:38:00       [Reply]  [No Email]
you sure do great work on those machines mark ,an the pictures are a big help most of us wouldn,t see the insides till we had to pull them apart , at least noe we know what to expect . again your tractor is turning out just great .


Bob /Ont.    Posted 09-01-2002 at 04:48:01       [Reply]  [Send Email]
You going to put a good strong cyl in the top link and use the other hyd Mark?
Later Bob


Willy-N    Posted 09-01-2002 at 08:47:00       [Reply]  [No Email]
Thinking of a sliding bracket with a cylinder that could lift the forks strait up and just a adlustable top link to square it. I only need about 4 ft max lift to unload stuff off a truck and lower it to the ground. 1500lb max load is all I would need. Then use the 3-point to lift the hole works to move it around. Mark H.


Bob /Ont.    Posted 08-31-2002 at 17:34:01       [Reply]  [Send Email]
That is handy DC and he sure put a lot of work and thought into it. By the looks of it I think it must be working pretty slick now. In his line of work he really needs stuff like that.
Later Bob


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