Here's a shot of the scrounge from the clear-cut that I've been working on. The big rounds came from a 12' water oak(?) log that was out of reach behind some other logs, limbs, debris, little ridge, etc.,. I carried my old Cherokee up there and it's still got what it takes I first cut off 4' of the log and Cherokee didn't even know it was back there...drug it through the trash just fine. The next pull I hooked to the 8' piece that was left and started pulling...no problem...it even hung on some of the junk logs/limbs in front of it and drug them with it. Got it up there close to the trailer and bucked up...rolled the rounds up the ramps and SHAZAM...got that sucker That 12' log is the biggest wood to date that I've bucked up...19-20 inches for a few rounds and cut with my 16" MS260. I think the Cherokee will pull a load ok but I'm a little leery of the trailer. It's a 5x10 *tilt* trailer, with a 3500# axle under it. What worries me is the tilt function...only three bolts holding the bed to the fork/tongue. I didn't think I'd get a full load so I started loading the big rounds one run back from the front of the trailer...still seemed to have a lot of weight on the tongue. I'm studying over a short tandem axle with brakes...figuring on the low amount of wood I'll be dealing with though it doesn't seem worthwhile, though...but I can use it for other things, too! I've got another trailer I took in on a debt...needs some work, but it's a 12' non-tilting one, has 15" tires, and I'd have to put some expanded metal or plywood on the sides...but it'd be cheaper than going the tandem axle route. Could even put brakes on it if I think I need them. Anyhow, here's a shot of the scrounge and then a shot my woodpile...I need a splitter! Ed Woodpile, that's a 4' level laying on those rounds at the bottom of the picture. Bad picture to judge from but anybody want to make a wild guess on how much wood is there in the pile of rounds and in that pile of split wood? The stacks are 4' tall and 12' long if that will help. I'm hoping there'll be about a cord there.