the expense and hassle to get 1 tree to the mill is not worth it. if you had a bunch of them, then I bet someone would be interested. equipment...
that fire is a little close to your hard work... don't you think?
X1. 10 seasons now with mine.
did someone ask how they do in mud????
here is your answer: ASV SR80 in the mud - YouTube
Here is another 1/3 of the recent score pile. There are 2 hedge logs that are about 28" in diameter and probably north of a ton each. I can lift...
Here is 1/3 of the recent score pile. Oak, locust and one small maple log:
compact track loader with grapple makes life easy(ier):
think again: http://www.arboristsite.com/firewood-heating-wood-burning-equipment/215098.htm
already pulled down and moved 2/3 of it with my trackloader with root grapple. easy-peasy....
My neighbor cleared his lot. I offered to take the wood. He was ecstatic since I saved him a ton of money not have to pay to dispose of the...
This is my latest score. Its about 60% black locust. 2 massive hedge logs. A couple of really nice red oak and white oak logs. Some ash and a...
I have an outbuilding with the exact same roof. :laugh:
especially when they are old and cranky.... :tremble:
well, its a good solution for splitting huge rounds into smaller manageable chunks, or for splitting wood for an owb. Not the best solution for...
yes. I had a heavy duty set for my kubota. They are fine for light-duty work but they shift unless you stabilized them from side to side...
How's the CL6048 treating you so far?
I agree 100% :msp_thumbsup:
I like the wheel to wheel design. Don't own one, but it looks more convenient.
I'd love to see some opinions from people who have used both...
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