Firewood Hauler Pics

bruce56bb Posted By bruce56bb, Sep 15, 2006 at 2:46 PM

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  1. CarbonNeutral

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    I have hauled 8 cords this year in my Sienna minivan, like others here. This week my wife took it to the airport as I was going to drive more than just the one roundtrip. Of course, we then get 40mph gusts. With my keen scrounge-fu I manage to find a tree that was down and had been chopped by the town and left. This weeks hauler was therefore the Honda Fit......
     
  2. crazy_dan

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    maybe after I get over this surgery and we get the mules all harnessed up I may take a couple shots of skidding logs with the mules.
     
  3. TreePapa

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    I was wonderin' how you got those monster rounds into the truck, 'till I rr-read and saw "Tommy Lift."

    Peace,
    - Sequoia
     
  4. iceman

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    how much wood is that?
     
  5. 'bert

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    I picked this up when the inlaws moved off the farm.
     

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  6. Billster

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    I can pull it with my ATV and not have a lot of tongue weight, it will also turn much easier, and when I'm using a tractor I can
    lift my bucket up to dump the trailer.
     
  7. SolarAndWood

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    Now that is a utility tractor. How tall are your garage doors?
     
  8. 'bert

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    Not tall enough! We are looking at building a pole shed that will be lots big enough to house it.
     
  9. Flatbedford

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    I think you all saw mine last year. '70 F350. Factory (non dumping) Platform/Stake bed.
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  10. SigElec

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    93 F-250 4x4, 460, auto. Trailer is 5' x 10' tilt bed.
     

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  11. NHFarmer

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    Trying to post a photo for the first time !!! If it works then you will see my wood hauler
     

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  12. NHFarmer

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    Ok now here is another one. Boy, if I can get this photo thing figured out I could be really dangerous!!!!
     

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  13. SolarAndWood

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    Sweet pic and by far the best way to get logs from the woods to the shed.
     
  14. WoodMann

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    I have one of thease on the way, it'll be here Teursday- I'm so stoked; now I can reach the remote areas I've only dreamed of with the truck.
     

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  15. LLigetfa

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    Is that an non-committal Tuesday/Thursday or a misspelled tears day? Who sells that bad boy and how much?
     
  16. WoodMann

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    Oops- how did that happen? Teusday is the day; Here's where I got mine; http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/cb/yukon-tracks-2-trailer-ball-hitch-kit.aspx?a=524420

    It costs $439.00 and a good deal on shipping. After considering building one, looking at plans and thinking I'd hafta hunt everything down I figured I'd bite the bullet and have a decent peice of equipment in the aresenol. Here's another something I plan to acquire.............
     

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  17. leaddog

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    I picked up one of those Farmi skidding attachments at an auction a couple years back cheap as noone new what it was. I was going to sell it on ebay and make a quick buck untill I used it. It is the greatest thing for getting logs out of those wet spots. I don't think it saves time but does make the job alot easier. pull them to a landing, buck them up and thow them into the truck.
    leaddog
     
  18. raven

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    hope this works
     

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  19. Freischutz

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    Wish it wasn't mostly uphill
     

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  20. Flatbedford

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    It worked. Nice Bumpside there. What year is it? Did you check out www.fordification.com yet?
     
  21. SolarAndWood

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    You are one lucky leaddog. I've seen a dozen of them at auctions over the past few years and they always get within a few hundred bucks of new. A friend of mine has one and it saves a lot of time and equipment abuse in rough steep terrain. Also makes things possible in the winter that otherwise would be undoable.
     
  22. schwaggly

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    from another thread but wth
     

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  23. afblue

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    Yes they are a life saver, Works so nice getting everything to the logging trail, hook up a few at once and back to the processing area where we cut and split.
     
  24. ohio woodburner

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    She aint much but she's all i got
     

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  25. raven

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    Flatbed its a 68, i bought it off of an old guy that had taken a cab over camper off of it, it had 60,000 miles on it.
    I had hoped to have it torn down and soda blasted this summer , not going to happen this yr. Think ill go to fordification and check it out
     
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