Awesome DIY garden tool
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Great! Diy man! Totally love it!
Great idea. Thank you.
Deep South Homestead pointed me in your direction. Glad he did. I learned something new. Thanks. God bless.
Honey tree farm does something similar with a large hook. Great idea!!
That is slick!
Another item added to my hubbies "to do" list!
I’m sure he’ll thank you later! Lol!
Neat idea ! Thanks for sharing, and keep the videos coming. Susie in TN
I saw a guy that copied your idea and posted it on his YouTube channel in 2018. Just wanted to say thanks for starting the idea.
D.I.Y back saver!
Nice little tool.
Thank you from Germany…just built one ….
Compliment: Great Video! I have been watching your channel for awhile and I would like to say that the content and entertainment value you are providing has progressed to being top notch. I was going to make the comment that this video reminds me of Danny at Deep South Homestead on how detailed you are, which is a real complement to you, and I laughed when I saw the person below me made the same complement. As far as it was not your idea, it doesn’t matters. What matters is that you are sharing it. You really provided great details on everything from start to finish and just what the tool was good for and how to properly use it. You have been making good videos with some really great shots and music that goes along with what is going on in your videos. Of course, I just enjoy you also sharing your family time. I look forward to seeing your video’s.
Interesting DIY tool… The concept is similar to a Dutch ho… Thank you for sharing
Gee, that looks pretty complicated. I may have to think on it for awhile before I attempt something technical. ;P ( LOL )
super idea, I will be trying this real soon, Thanks!
Another thumbs up for you……
Super cool, I don’t have an engineering degree so I’m not sure I can make this… 🙂
Looks like something Deep South Danny would make.
If you have a torch, you can hot forge that with a hammer and leave the material there, plus you will also give it a little hardness in the forging process. If you have a vice or anvil this works great, this metal is soft enough to do this without heat.