Discussion in 'Chainsaws and Power Equipment' started by sirbuildalot, Oct 15, 2020.
Post pics of your tractor in action!!!
That will take some thinking as I work alone and am driving it when the good stuff happens.
Too bad nobody caught "the great mulberry escape" on video!
Both of these logs are in the 40-42" diameter x 60" long range. I carried them this way about 1.25 miles on a scrounge quest near my house
Here are some Cherry rounds from my woods
Here's the little Ford pulling a full cord to the stacking area
The little TYM with a 50" x 4' Red Oak log.
In the last week, bringing a giant 8' apple up the hill to it's new home and firewood last week.
Not gonna lie, that’s pretty cool!!!
Here is a thread on the install.
Homesteading - Install of 8' apple for yard art
Mid winter underside douche.
50 hp pulling yellow birch
another for size reference
Here's some recent log skidding. 36-24" x 8 ' red oak, 22-16" x 25' white oak, decent sized poplar stick, and finally a dandy pile of bedding/manure on the pallet forks. No problems from the L3710.
What could be pulling such a load of fresh cut Red Oak you ask???
Sometimes the little guys want to play too!!!
Moving the excavator around on the property.
My little Case/Ingersoll hyloader. It was my main dirt mover before I got the Kioti. I wish I had kept it.
Wow, that’s a lot of damage
I remember that one
The old ranger took a big hit.
So did the dump, cab smashed down.