Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by lefturnfreek, Dec 10, 2013.
^^^ looks like the fender is close to the top of that rear tire.
Now here's a load, bridge looks little iffy but if he makes it, I'll follow.
how many cords in that log?
Farmer Steve, bush cords, full cords, ricks or truck loads you mean?
16,320 lb so maybe 10 cord or so , 60" x 20' of old growth redwood .
Awesome job...tell me, what is that brownish looking wood over to the right?
ReggieT there is a little bit of mulberry on the trailer and a pile of it to the right and behind the trailer
This is about all our Dakota will handle. It gets a bit wiggly in the twisties. This was a load of silver maple.
Nice load of maple on that dodge. Merry Christmas fellow saw junkies!
Good pics guys!
I like Mulberry!
Had the 7900 and 346 out again today on this nice 40" red oak. Haul out 1 load today and will probably take 2-3 more to finish it up. The Dolmar with a 28" full chisel chain really is angry at wood
Real nice saw combo and some nice oak there!
Another load from the red oak. Hopefully just one more. Getting worn out.
Man, that's a nice score.
And here's the new thread for a new year and another start to another year of truck use/abuse.
Here's my 88 Ford 1/2T again nicely loaded with 1.45 cord.....and yes that's a jack-all taking the stress of the rear springs....
Lets see your loads....
Sure am glad I have a trailer. That has to take a ton of work to load and unload like that! But man that's alot wood on that poor 1/2 ton! It's a ford it can handle it!
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Can't tell on my phone what kind of wood that is. If its dry pine its probably not too bad loading & unloading in larger pieces like that. Do that occasionally for bonfires.
It's standing dead and dead fall poplar and oak and depending on the weather it can be 2 weeks worth of heat. Yes, it is a bit of work to get r loaded but I'm not afraid of work, it's all on farm so slow and easy trip back in fine by me.
Lets see some more loads.....
1990 F350 with 7.3 IDI
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