Picked up a load on the way home from work.

clemsonfor Posted By clemsonfor, Nov 5, 2013 at 5:16 PM

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  1. clemsonfor

    clemsonfor
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    Picked. Up a load of split wood from my cutting buddies on the way home. Split and ready to load!!

    All white oak.
     

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  2. clemsonfor

    clemsonfor
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    And while I'm at it here is yesterdays load.
     

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  3. My Oslo heats my home

    My Oslo heats my home
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    Great score! Poor little truck in the first pic, about to pop a spring
     
  4. clemsonfor

    clemsonfor
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    Oh u must not see my posts from time to time. This is a light load!!
     
  5. clemsonfor

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    Now this is a load, and sitting down on the axle!
     

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  6. Ram 1500 with an axe...

    Ram 1500 with an axe...
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    Nice little score.....
     
  7. Gunny

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    Nice pic. Poor little Ranger, what did it do to you?
     
  8. clemsonfor

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    Its done every thing I have ever asked!
     
  9. Gunny

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    Hey Clemson, good to hear from you. I know, I owned one. 1988 Ford Ranger, Dark Blue, Manual Trans about 16 yrs ago. Thing was like the Eveready Bunny just did not want to give up for nothing. BIG truck heart in a small package.
     
  10. clemsonfor

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    This one is the 2.3L 5 speed. Has almost 300,000 miles on it. Load it up and go. Don't pull the boats anymore as It seems to need a clutch an. Its a bit down on power.

    I usually pull a loaded 4x8 trailer with it.
     

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  11. coltfever

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    I like the way you have that stick of firewood under the back tire to keep that big load from rolling back down the hill. ( your 3rd picture )
     
  12. clemsonfor

    clemsonfor
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    Yep too lazy to adjust my park brake up. Only good for slight hills no load. And the engine compression is down so that even it does not hold the truck very well. It will pop along if u leave it on a slope
     
  13. PSYS

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    absolutely beautiful! awesome score.... awesome truck! ;)
     
  14. STIHLY DAN

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    Luv it when guy's use a truck as a truck.
     
  15. 930dreamer

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    Very nice wood score.
     
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