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Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by mudbug250, Dec 11, 2012.

  1. mudbug250

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    I Put together another pallet rack, I built this one with floor, two walls and a ceiling.
    I figure just over 1/4 cord. I have a lead with a Christian camp that is need wood every year.
     
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    1/4 cord.
     
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    Top (ceiling) might need some roofing to keep the rain off ;)

    Looks too heavy for me to move already with no wood. LOL :)
     
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    Bogy. I move them around unloaded with a dolly. I plan on putting roofing tile on, but more than likey I will just secure a tarp over the top. Still trying to find some pallet forks to pick up for the right price for the FEL so I can move once stacked out.
     
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    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1355234751.900542.jpg my racks are very similar. Love them and how much they reduce handling
     
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    Same hear!
     

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    Nice racks guys. Curber. Those bins are perfect. Where the hell did you get your hands on them? I would like to find something like those! But I am going to build some like Mudbug's in the near future. I also need to get some forks to put on my tractor. I think I am going to go with a set of three point pallet forks to be able to lift more weight.
     
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    Yea those metal ones are nice, I want to get a few of those for shorts and uglies
     
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    Craigslist usually has those bins in my area. They are 275 gallon liquid storage bins around here on craigslist they usually for for $50-$100 BUT you can find them from a local farmer for $20-$30 sometimes
     
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    One thing I did do different was use screws that had the 1/4" head to it. Did not have to worry about those striping out like the phillips head kind.
     
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    Wow, in my area those metal racks are expensive!


     
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    Genius, if I only had a way to move them
     
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    I got 19 of these cage totes basically for free. Just took him one big pickup load of green un-bucked pine. He was happy to trade. I've got 8 of them already full of wood. He said next summer he'll let me have all I want just trade him some wood. He also said he cant hardly give them away, they cant be used for water because of what was in them. Pat
     
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    That's a great way to get them
     
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