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Old 01-11-2018, 12:23 PM
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I built this one several years ago. Iíve since traded it away. I hinged it and added a handle to allow dumping it from the seat. You may have to get creative attaching a carry-all without the rear lift.
Thanks , I envisioned something along those lines if I had the rear lift. Reminds me of a mini dump truck. Would be really handy around the yard/garden. I canít seem to find a lift tho.
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Old 01-11-2018, 12:27 PM
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Here's one I built a while back. Had some scrap laying around, and felt energetic that day. I guess...

http://www.onlycubcadets.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=26673
Looks sweet! Iím confused tho how does it attach to the axle tho? Or maybe Iím looking at the pics wrong. Are there holes to thread bolts into on the underside of the rear axle? Sorry Iíve never even looked under there
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Old 01-11-2018, 03:23 PM
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Here is a carry all that was a Father Son project.

The boards are designed to slide off and on. I have 2 sets-one for working and one for going to shows. The boards are 2 inch wide hard wood floor that I help Dad install when I was 9-10 years old.

My carry all is designed to use on a rear sleeve hitch. I have had four 40 pounds bags of salt on it.
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Looks sweet! Iím confused tho how does it attach to the axle tho? Or maybe Iím looking at the pics wrong. Are there holes to thread bolts into on the underside of the rear axle? Sorry Iíve never even looked under there
Sorry, I should have explained. The "carryall" slides under the axle tubes, and a piece of flat stock over the top with two 3/4" inch bolts holding each side. One through the front, and one in the rear.

This attaches to the lower portion of the three point hitch, and attaches with quick pins.


.This goes on the bottom of axle tubes, and one hole is forward of tube, and one aft. Then a plate on top with the bolts through the holes, sandwiching the two together.

Sorry man, I ain't much for splainin things.
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Old 01-12-2018, 08:42 AM
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Sorry, I should have explained. The "carryall" slides under the axle tubes, and a piece of flat stock over the top with two 3/4" inch bolts holding each side. One through the front, and one in the rear.

This attaches to the lower portion of the three point hitch, and attaches with quick pins.


.This goes on the bottom of axle tubes, and one hole is forward of tube, and one aft. Then a plate on top with the bolts through the holes, sandwiching the two together.

Sorry man, I ain't much for splainin things.
Ooo I see now, that makes more sense haha. Thanks a lot for clearing that up. Looks that that would be a pretty strong design.
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