I’ve had it about nine years and it’s a great investment. You have to be careful of water settling in the holes where the stakes go. If it freezes it will bust the square stock.I bet that arbor trolley is handy when you need it. Seems like it’d be perfect for bringing that cut and toss sized limb wood to the chipper.
I finally bought a log dolly a couple years back and immediately realized I should’ve bought something more like the trolley (when I saw the guys loading it laying down). I guess you kind of need both really when you get into the bigger wood.
Showing the Hilljacks up in Goshen how we do.
I think we got “coal rolled” a couple of times. Lol
Man that is a ton of plyboard there. I been playing that game for so long. I just brought in a big crane sub and he asked me to get him 20 sheets of matting. I rented them for $10 ea and when I took them back I thought why not take a shot and asked if they wanted to sell any of these. They did and I bought 20 at $135. ea. Duradeck I believe in 4x8's. Guar. for life. Wish I did this years ago. Seems I am getting a little smarter each year but the bad news...just about out of years.