Plans for building our new Scissor-lift Dump Trailer are now available for order.
The dump trailer’s design includes the following features.
Lifting 3000 pounds of stone with a prototype of our upcoming dump-trailer design.
The first video of our new dump trailer prototype.
This is our NEW DESIGN: a 40-by-78-inch dump cart!
We are calling it the “Scissor-lift Dump Trailer,” and it will come with the following features:
We’ll be adding more features to this design, not shown in the video. These will include:
How much can 800 psi lift on a pair of 2.5" bore cylinders? Stay tuned for some real-world weight lifting tests.
Right now, I am building a second Pin-on Mini Payloader that should be ready for sale later this year. I’m also designing a small trailer for use around the yard that has a “walking beam” suspension. It has four wheels, hydraulic dump linkage and a carrying capacity of around 1000 pounds (450 kg).
Gene H. from Palm, PA — Pin-on Mini Payloader on a John Deere 318
Order Plans of a single loader, backhoe or log splitter plan or combination set of both loader and backhoe. There are ordering links for plans shipping WITHIN the U.S. and OUTSIDE the U.S.
Head over to our picture gallery where we have 1002 images of our customers’ machines on display. Use the search box at the top of that page to locate a particular make or model tractor that you are interested in seeing with a loader or backhoe attachment.
On our videos page, see customers operating their DIY loaders, backhoes and log splitters — all built using our plans.
Go to our orders page and find out how to order one or more of our products, such as plans for a front-end loader or a backhoe. There are ordering links for shipping plans within the U.S. and internationally.
Perhaps you have questions about hydraulics, a particular tractor application, or something else. Ask the original designer and builder about your project before you purchase plans. Feel free to contact Paul by email at , or call the office at 413-256-4960. You can also call Paul’s cell at 413-835-5801.
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