Duals caddy makes storage easier

I’ve built a fast and easy way to transport my duals. My caddy is built of ⅜-inch rectangular tubing that fits over the forks of my forklift. The upright braces holding the duals are made of ⅜-inch-thick 2×2-inch square tubing. The center piece divides the duals. Tires stay in place with a 2-foot-long piece of square tubing bolted in place through two holes in the rims. The tires are easy to roll on and easy to roll off.

Rod Meyer from Whittemore, Iowa

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