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Post in 'The Gear' started by infinitymike, Jan 11, 2012.

  1. infinitymike

    infinitymike Minister of Fire

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    Its the WoodChuckTool.com toy, a 5 in one tool. Its a log roller, a log carrier, a strap to a tree and hang a log, a stick on your hitch and hang a log, and finally its a post puller!

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  2. maxed_out

    maxed_out New Member

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    Mike, that looks like it should come in handy. Nice pile of wood too!

    We have family in smithtown and whenever we visit theres a lot of wood at the curbs around there.
  3. Joey

    Joey Feeling the Heat

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    Looks nice Mike......
  4. Pallet Pete

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    OOOOOOOOO Very nice Mike! Hey now you can pretend to be a robot :lol: How much weight can that handle before it hits breaking point seems like the pressure would increase with larger logs.

    Pete
  5. amateur cutter

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    I think I want one, I like that. A C
  6. begreen

    begreen Mooderator Staff Member

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    I'm usually not one for multipurpose tools, but this one looks like it does multiple jobs pretty well. I particularly like the on the ground log lifter setup. Cant the log and then lift it up in one operation. Sweet!
  7. infinitymike

    infinitymike Minister of Fire

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    What I liked was that it has two feet so your hand doesn't get caught between the ground and handle.

    To answer pete, I don't know what the weight capacity is but it is a beefy handle.
  8. infinitymike

    infinitymike Minister of Fire

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    Now that I am a wood burner, thats all I notice. Its actually all I look for, stuff out at the curb or trees that have blown over in the woods close to the road.

    My neighbors son works for a tree company and tonight he asked if I needed anymore wood. And I said UUUUUUUUUUGH LET ME SEE..... OK!
    Thats like asking a gambler if he needs more money!

    He is working nearby and has some big oak and maple. He will bring about 10 yards of 8 foot logs. Since the dirt area that I normally process is still filled up he has to drop the logs on the driveway.
    This will come in real handy now, getting them off the ground.

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