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Posted By Excavator,
Jun 14, 2013 at 8:42 PM
had a few trees to take down and remove. Scored some nice oak
Wow! that was a big one
That's some big boy tree work. Very nice!
Some nice big uns
I wanna borrow that machine
Gonna get it milled or is it fire wood?
Either way, nice score.
Double dipping (a money job) or
your own property?
This is MONEY job for sure and firewood for my wood stove's and sell some.
Gonna get the little splitter busy soon
That's a bit more than a "trim".
And a bit more that a 'little splitter' . Nice stuff all the way around! Cheers!
splitting time, big ones with bottom ram and then do the rest using top ram
I love cutting the big trees like that.....makes my side work of tree removal much more fun!
But, with toys like you got there, that almost takes the fun (er, I mean work) out of it! Nice trees, nice toys there brother!
Gotta love it when you load the splitter on the wood (not the wood on the splitter)!!
Didn't even notice the bottom ram in the other pic, that's cool
Where does he get those wonderful toys?
Found this old 3 point splitter and rebuilt it then welded it on top of the monster splitter
Keep updating this thing as I go lol
Is the lever for the splitter a beer handle?? If so very cool
It'd probably run a lot better if it was a Yuengling Lager tap handle.....just sayin'......
Scotty - My favorite beer is Yuengling Lager. I went to the brewery in Pottsville Pa last year and got samples of all the beer. I just need to go back to their great gift shop for the beer tap handle
Did you know that BUD stole the eagle from Yuengling who is the first USA brewery
Been to the Pottsville plant myself, back when I was working in Harrisburg. And yes, Yuengling is my favorite beer as well (even though I have a gluten intolerance). Aren't those "right out of 'da vat" samples fantastic??
You bet. I went in the cave where they use to keep beer cold before refrigeration was invented
Nice work on that double splitter excavator - that's what I call 2-fistin' it!
My first car had a Stroh's tap 4 on the floor after I somehow lost the ball that was there. Took it to Shippensburg and drank Y.lager by the gallon. You could literally get gallon milk jugs of lager from the bars for 5 bucks. Had a barmaid at Orkey's conned into giving me Bass and Guiness for the same price until the manager figured it out.