Garza Farm: Those will do fine for light weight items. I made some with thicker angle iron and bent those. I finally had to go even thicker because we were trying to pick up 20 inch green logs. I love the whole binder idea. worked very well.
Bob Kelland: That's for sure - I'll be continuing work on a soil sifter when the weather gets suitable - can't wait.
shadowjr660: Thats the best part of of doing your own fab work. You can make anything just the way you want it.
Bob Kelland: That should work fine. I will likely get heavier angle to make my next set. The hooks at the end (as on bed rails) are not essential.
shadowjr660: You just gave me a great idea. I already have a set of quick attach pallet forks for my Bobcat CT230, but I have been wanting a set debris forks, with about 8 forks to pick up smaller branches, grass, and leaves. If I use angle like that, but weld all the "forks" to a frame, I can attach them with chains and binders like you did.
Bob Kelland: In the USA check out Harbor Freight, in Canada go to Princess Auto.
Peter Smith: could you tell me where you got the load binders from please
Homemade pallet forks for tractor on BX25 Kubota5
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