Tractor Carry All Plans!
Here is yet another old set of plans for a tractor carry all. As with all the vintage plans I am showing on this site (which are only a fraction of the the plans and tutorials we have), they are still valid and useful.
You may have to make some minor adjustments as you go along but usually that is not necessary.
- 10 feet of 2 inch channel iron.
- 8 feet of 3 inch x .5 inch flat bar.
- 2 feet of 2 inch x .25 inch flat bar.
- 4 feet of 1 inch x 1 inch x 1/8 inch angle iron.
- 8 feet of 3 inch x 1/8 inch flat bar.
- 3 tractor hitch pins.
- 1 2 inch x 4 inch x 12 feet (wood).
- 1 2 inch x 4 inch x 10 feet (wood).
- 8 1 inch x 4 inch x 8 feet of matched floor.
- 1 1 inch x 12 inch x 12 feet (wood).
- 1 1 inch x 12 inch x 8 feet (wood).
- 1 1 inch x 6 inch x 8 feet (Wood).
- You'll want some bolts!
How To Build This Tractor Carry All!
These are the drawings you can use to build the carry all for your tractor. This set of drawings is the front view and side view:
This is the top view:
Steps To Building The Carry All:
- First, take the 3 inch x .5 inch upright material on the materials list and bend them to the shape on the drawings. After you bend them to shape weld them along with the 2.5 inch portion of the 3 inch x .5 inch in between them.
- Then, cut the 2 inch channel iron and weld the upright pieces you have to them, but make sure you brace them at a diagonal angle with the 1 foot flat bar (the 2 inch x .25 inch flat bar).
- Now drill holes in the upright pieces that will fit your 7/8 inch pins.
- After you do this, weld two pieces of your 1 inch x 1 inch x 1/8 inch angle iron upright.
- Take your bolts and use them to fasten the 3 2 inch x 4 inch cross pieces of (the wood). You will use the 3 inch x 1/8 inch material to make stake pockets which are going to go on the ends of your cross pieces.
- OK, now use the 1 inch wood to make the floor of your tractor carry all. And use the 2 inch x 4 inch wood stakes for the sides of your carry all.
Enjoy this page? Please pay it forward. Here's how...
Would you prefer to share this page with others by linking to it?
- Click on the HTML link code below.
- Copy and paste it, adding a note of your own, into your blog, a Web page, forums, a blog comment,
your Facebook account, or anywhere that someone would find this page valuable.