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Homemade Two-Wheeled Log Fork
Homemade Two-Wheeled Log Fork

The Homemade Two-Wheeled Log Fork that Ken Voigt of Wausau, WI, made consists of four long tines welded on to an angle-iron frame that has push-mower wheels at both ends and shovel handle bolted in the middle. Voigt rolls the unit up to a log, kicks the frame to slip the tines underneath it, tips the handle back, which lifts up the log, and pulls the log fork to where he wants to move the log.

Estimated Cost Cost range: See below

Limitations Limitations Addressed by Product: Upper extremity, Strength/endurance, Back


SourceUsed with permission from FARM SHOW Magazine
Last updated: Jun 12, 2017


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