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Wood Wagons

Post in 'The Gear' started by RowCropRenegade, Mar 26, 2010.

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  1. RowCropRenegade

    RowCropRenegade Feeling the Heat

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    I recently bought a couple of wagons for 100 bucks a piece.

    They seem to fit the application very well. Stacked way up like the back wagon is right at a full cord. The sides drop down for easy stacking and for drying. The back trailer has forklift tires on it. The ATV handles them nicely but need the pickup to back them when full. (4x4 kicks out on the ATV when you put in reverse)

    These wagons they used to use at the airpark to tug 5 of them to the airplanes. Heavy duty. Bargain price I think. I'd like to have a couple more. They hook in tandem very easily.

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  2. smokinj

    smokinj Minister of Fire

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    Thats cool
  3. Danno77

    Danno77 Minister of Fire

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    what size of tire are on that one with the smaller wheels? it almost looks cartoonish....

    edit. nevermind, i really need to start reading the posts instead of just looking at the pictures.
  4. leaddog

    leaddog Minister of Fire

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    Put a hitch on the front of the ATV. You don't have to twist your head that way also.
    leaddog
  5. raven

    raven New Member

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    those are sweet
  6. 'bert

    'bert Minister of Fire

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    Sweet deal!!
  7. RowCropRenegade

    RowCropRenegade Feeling the Heat

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    The tractor will probably pull them around in tandem when I get it fixed. (blew up the hydraulic pump, faulty remote valve caused it) The x2 weighs 1500 lbs but it isn't rated for that. Back wagon is all Black Locust. It could weigh 5000. They weigh as much as the ATV empty. 8)
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    Backwoods Savage Minister of Fire

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    I'd have paid $100 for one of them too. Looks great for hauling wood.
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