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Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by fred bergman, Apr 15, 2015.

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    Nice truck, bud. And you have some energetic helpers, too.
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    More fun than wood. lol
     
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    I love how the black lab is like " Now where am I going to sit"
     
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    Knikmops is solid and this model has 1meter extension


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    Wow that looks pretty bad. Glad he was ok. Nothing wrong with a nissan truck or any of them. They all have ther flaws and good points. One thing i will say is if he was in any type car he would probly not.be here which is why i drive a truck. My dad and i had a head on with a transport truck back in 1999 and if it wasnt for the truck i think we would not have survived. It crunched the front pretty good and shoved the motor back into the firewall. It even broke the front axle on the tractor.

    I think ther is a video of a nissan on youtube that hit a million miles.


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    Just checked it was a toyota tundra. I was wrong.
     
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    I want one!
     
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    I am on to building a 25T splitter at the front end to it 40L minute hydraulics will speed it up !


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    Another load of oak splits headed to the stacking area.

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    Small articulating loader, looks very interesting.
     
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    I recall you saying this trailer was 4' x 8' and had a 5,000lb capacity. Pretty impressive for a trailer that size. Was this trailer designed for a small roller or something else compact and heavy? Usually you don't see trailers that small with dual axles.
     
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    Not sure if i stated it's capacity but It looks home made. I bought it from a friend of a friend for 100 bucks with the floor rotted out, one wheel bearing was froze up and it didn't have the expanded sheet metal on the sides. It has what looks like 2500bl axles that are welded on separately with no equalizer. It looks like it was a single axle and they cut it off and moved it and added another. That's a little over a half cord of green water oak that was a living standing tree just a few days ago. According to the weight table a cord a cord of green red oak is 5500lbs so half would be 2750 on it as it sits and it looks like it will carry much more. I wouldn't try hauling that much down the road with it but here in the wood yard it really doesn't mater. 5000lbs may be pushing it a little bit.
    I like it because it has little tires and it sits low and is easy to load and unload. I can reach all the way over from one side to the other. My other trailer is to wide and I have to unload one side then turn it around and unload the other side because I can't reach across like I can with the little one.
     
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    A little bit of wood over the weekend [​IMG]

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    ! nice half cordx2 ……
     
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    IMG_20190209_175139804_HDR.jpg IMG_20190209_175327110.jpg Got another truck since I posted on here a few years ago. IMG_20190208_082355160.jpg IMG_20181012_190112785_HDR.jpg couple of inspectors checking the load. IMG_20181012_182657086_HDR.jpg it holds two cords split and stacked.
     
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    I got a new truck since I last posted in here as well! Doesn’t have the capacity of moondoggies but it suits my needs pretty well.

    Coming home with its first small load last summer:
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    And a couple shots gathering fire wood in elk camp in the Fall:
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    My beat to hell 14x7 dump trailer I got for a hand shake that has never let me down ! knock knock on wood 56425981180__0BD6D105-84A8-4ED5-8615-B68F1CF6613B.JPG
     

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