Implement carrier for loader

Manannan

Member
Hi
A while back I saw an implement carrier in farming press, it fitted on a loader and had a hook to scoop up the top link pin and just a resting plate for the bottom brackets, so you could quickly and easily move smaller implements like a Fert spinner etc.

I can’t find anything online, can anyone point me in the right direction please?

Cheers
 

Dave W

Member
Location
chesterfield
Hi
A while back I saw an implement carrier in farming press, it fitted on a loader and had a hook to scoop up the top link pin and just a resting plate for the bottom brackets, so you could quickly and easily move smaller implements like a Fert spinner etc.

I can’t find anything online, can anyone point me in the right direction please?

Cheers
Has anyone made their own?
Greatest tool you'll ever buy for a telehandler.
I made about for retail but there wasn't really enough money out them for the work involved.
I made mine with a swivel hook for chains and proper drawbar attachment to shunt trailers.
I'd reccomend the agriweld ones. Think Taylor do 2 versions. One with Proper hook arms and top link so the implement is fixed solid. Not so handy unless you wanting to invert a cultivator to work on for example.
 

Dave W

Member
Location
chesterfield
Man, that’s awesome, might have a word with local fabricator and see what he can do, ok if I steal your pics? (Have anyway! 🤣)
Yes no problem. You'll make one for yourself economically.
I found to make one to retail quality, painted with a load test certificate was prohibitive
 

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