I need a good way to lift felled trees so I can buck them without pinching the saw. I see the LogRite Jr. Arch and that seems like it would work because it would serve the purpose of a timberjack and it would help haul them out. I don't have the coin for a LogRite though. I'm wondering if anyone puts a hand truck to similar use? Milwaukee makes some that can handle 800 pounds and they have inflatable tires. The truck could be slipped under the trunk and used as a lever to lift up an end. Then when they're cut up it seems like the truck could serve as an improvised skidding aid. It's not the ideal, but I'm just curious if anyone has tried using one and how well it might work.