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

  1. Flatbedford

    Flatbedford Minister of Fire

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    Yes. Dual rear wheels. Thanks for the offer. I'm not ready to buy now, but I hope to be soon. I think, with the mileage these trucks get, it would make more sense to have one hauled across the country than to drive it.

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  2. will711

    will711 Minister of Fire

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    This is mine. Does double duty hauls pellets and beer too.

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  3. osagebow

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    What I lovingly refer to as the "P.O.S.-10" with some big locust and smaller locust and sass from next to our road.

    Camo dogs require bright collars...don't judge.:)
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  4. Pallet Pete

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    Osage I put a set of $60 dollar air shocks on my 98 from advanced auto and man that thing could haul wood after that. Just a thought for ya !

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  5. will711

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    How is sass to burn we had some come down at work in Sandy ? Does it split easy.?
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    greythorn3 Minister of Fire

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    that door what do you do about water? does it get in there and cause any problems or is it sealed outside the block with that bitchathane?
  7. MasterMech

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    2005 GMC Canyon (with 2012 Sierra wheels modified to fit! >>)

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    Alternate use as a rope tug/anchor. ==c

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    My '89 GMC Sierra C3500. I really need to get the front-end on that put together! (Man do I miss this truck!)

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    And the "local scrounge rig". My JD LT180 with a 10P cart.

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  8. osagebow

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    It splits easier than anything I have. Dries quick but kinda low BTU's. Lights up real quick, so I use it to get my locust splits going.
  9. osagebow

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    Thanks - definitely gonna look into that - she's getting a little tired!
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  10. will711

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    Thanks man, I'll go for the ash and oak first.
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  11. Gasifier

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    2007 Toyota Tundra Crew Max. And 2001 Kubota L3710 with loader and backhoe. A really nice work horse.

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  12. Beer Belly

    Beer Belly Minister of Fire

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    I tell ya...I sure could use one of Tractors with a Loader / Backhoe....but also need it to mow. Was looking at a Cub Cadet Yamar at a local dealer....too scared to ask how much, gotta be a lot more than the mower I'm currently using.
  13. Foragefarmer

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    With a farm you end up with a couple.

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  14. Machria

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    Sean, is that your house on the left? If so, that is a cool looking house....!
  15. Sean McGillicuddy

    Sean McGillicuddy Burning Hunk

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    Thank God NO!!!!!!!
    Wouldn't want to heat that monster!
    There is a hydro turbine in side ( job I'm working on)
    Pretty cool building tho!
    Slate roof copper gutters and down spouts!
    New security camera just for the copper!!;)
    Sean
  16. Machria

    Machria Minister of Fire

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    Had a feeling it was something like that, only our lovely Guberment would spend that much money on a building! ;)
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  19. Caseihmech

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    I am surprised I haven't seen a Dodge posted yet. Here is mine, 1992 Dodge W250 club cab diesel. She has 280,000 on her and the only thing to be touched on it is injectors and injection pump. wood hauler.jpg
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  20. tfdchief

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    I will trade you even up:)
  21. Caseihmech

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    I couldn't part with the old Dodge. Its hard to complain with 16 mpg loaded and back and forth to work, and 21 mpg cruising down the highway empty.
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  22. Locust Post

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    Very nice Case and welcome aboard. You must be out west or down south because where I'm at she'd be a pile of rust by now. I love to see that vintage still looking good.
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  24. KaptJaq

    KaptJaq Minister of Fire

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    Wouldn't be a wood burner without something to haul it in...

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  25. HDRock

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    My dump trailer, wishlist's Quad uploadfromtaptalk1356819687438.jpg IMG_20121229_130552.jpg DSCI0397.JPG DSCI0443.JPG IMG_20120725_184705.jpg For the big stuff I barrow this from Ralphie Boy ;lol livona_mi-58-189.jpg =

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