Well, a buddy and I spent a long day moving 16,000 pounds of coal and a brand new coal gun. Have to say I'm a little sore tonight! We had a pretty big John Deere tractor with a loader and pallet forks, a smaller tractor that we drove over the grass, a truck and trailer and my rollback truck. Two tons were still on pallets in the barn and were easy. The other six tons were in a "sunroom" off the basement and had to be carried one bag at a time about 50 feet where we piled them on pallets to be moved with a tractor with bucket forks and in a trailer. The small tractor this guy had could only handle 14 bags at a time but we got them all moved and up to the roll-back. Some of the top bags had been beaten by the sun and had to be dumped in garbage bags to carry them out. The Coalgun was slid on a pallet and with the help of a pallet jack was slid outside to the tractor. The little tractor handled that pretty well and was soon on the rollback too. Along with this boiler and all this coal I got a whole bunch of Duravent pipe, a brand new Grunfos 3-speed circulator and a big Amtrol expansion tank. Good haul for one day! Time to go and bathe my 2-year old so I'll add some photos and tell you about them later. Two tons on the truck along with the boiler and the forks that we switched back and forth between the tractor where we were loading and my tractor at home. Four pallets of 700-1000 pounds each. Another couple of pallets of coal. Trailer full of loose bags. The new boiler in the barn. It won't get hooked up and burning until next year. Still have to insulate the walls and ceiling and put up some interior walls. A whole bunch of Duravent pipe and a nice Grundfos circulator. 14 gallon Amtrol expansion tank that came with the load.