Some time back I asked about plans for a carry all that would fit on Dad's old 8N Ford tractor. I remembered Dad building one but that was so long ago I could not really remember how he did it. I did remember that he used the cultivator for the support of the carry all. I decided to just design my own and I spent considerable time coming up with something that I thought would work. Here is a photo essay of what I accomplished. Base frame is 2x6 pressure treated pine. I probably could have gotten by with 2x4s. I tend to over do things. A notched 2x4 is added to ride on the cultivator arms which are lower than the cultivator frame; they are lagged screwed into the base frames. Construction was with lag screws, through bolts and nuts and carriage bolts. The decking was secured with galvanized wood screws. The decking and sides are above ground PT fence boards; they were the cheapest I could find. Pressure treated plywood is worth more than gold. I used some large bolts that drop through an eye bolt and into the cultivator frame and there is a bolt and nut to secure the carry all to the cultivator as well, it won't come off until I want it to come off. Loaded up and ready to head home. Back home and ready for splitting. No need to handle the wood twice, I unload directly to the splitter. Finished job except for the stacking. The only thing is that if I put a lot of weight in the carry all I have to be concern with the amount of torque being applied behind the axle. I would like a counterweight in the front of the engine. However, my disc is rather heavy and I have never had an issue. However, the carry all may have the mass higher; I have not done any moment calculations or anything but I would just feel better with a counterweight on the front.