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Post in 'The Gear' started by bigbarf48, Jan 23, 2013.

  1. bigbarf48

    bigbarf48 Minister of Fire

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    Searched and didnt find a thread like this.

    Lets see what everyone uses to haul/move/bring home wood:)

    Mine is a 94 Ford Bronco. 351w with just over 165k on it. Hauls like a champ;) IMG_7289.jpg

    So lets see em!
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  2. ewdudley

    ewdudley Minister of Fire

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    Trailer and bucking crib.

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  3. wvredxj

    wvredxj New Member

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    bigbarf- love the windsor bronc. Those are hard to find in these parts with no rust.

    Here are some of my tools for firewood:

    At the farm for moving the big stuff:

    2004 NH TL 80 and MF 270 not shown with loader. Both have been used for skidding/lifting big logs:
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    Newest edition 2012 Kubota m7040 Hydrualic Shuttle with front grapple. This thing is the the bees nees for moving and lifting whole tree's:

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    And what i haul most of my wood home in. 1991 ford 7.3 IDI farm truck (own a rzr instead of rhino now):
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    And the tractor for home:

    Kubota BX 2360-this little thing gets used hard at the house from moving tree's/firewood, to mowing, to lifting dana 60 front axles out of jeeps.
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  4. bigbarf48

    bigbarf48 Minister of Fire

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    Love that f250. I'd love to have a nice old flatbed for hauling. They're super cheap around here too. Not pretty but cheap haha
  5. wvredxj

    wvredxj New Member

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    That truck has 298k miles....and it shows lol. You can throw a house cat through the fender, but it starts and drives just fine and thats all that matters with a farm truck. I have wooden sides that go on it when i haul my wood.
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    Beer Belly Minister of Fire

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  8. Sean McGillicuddy

    Sean McGillicuddy Burning Hunk

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    Ok here you go!

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    2007 Ford Expedition with a 6x16 dual axle Carry On trailer:

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  11. stephiedoll

    stephiedoll Burning Hunk

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    01 F250 V10 208K. Loves to work but loves the gas. Not bad for $2,000. IMAG0602.jpg Today load 2.jpg
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  12. mecreature

    mecreature Minister of Fire

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    this is slow but it works.

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    Mecreature, that's one of my favorites........they are slow, but reliable...
  14. Flatbedford

    Flatbedford Minister of Fire

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    I have something similar.
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    mecreature Minister of Fire

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    I have always admired your wood hauler flatbed.::P
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    Flatbedford Minister of Fire

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    Thanks. Its a good old truck, but rust is really taking a toll on it. It needs some serious attention before it goes back to the earth. Runs like a top, but doesn't have much floor left.
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    I'm about ready to fire mine. He seems to be drinkin on the job. Go figure huh?
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    My old girl at work

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    Flatbedford Minister of Fire

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    Now there's a nice old Ford flatbed!
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    Here's mine-
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    Flatbedford Minister of Fire

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    That's all you got? :)
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    Locust Post Minister of Fire

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    Just put it together this year 1 truck out of 2....1989 F-150 4x4

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    I must use that line about your wife;) Thats fantastic! never heard that before.....
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