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MontanaResident

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I've bought my 8, 10, & 12 ton Skooums for less than that, though they likely weighs half of what an ATV weighs.
 
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I've bought my 8, 10, & 12 ton Skooums for less than that, though they likely weighs half of what an ATV weighs.

My best snatch block is one I found. I use to find a lot of logging equipment years ago. Snatch block, cables, shackle, tree saver, 6' pry bar, various axes, and big box of nails, all kinds of stuff. The best stuff is left lying on the ground by the Forest Service people. Not heavy duty like the loggers use, and they don't paint it a bright color, so once it hits the ground it is gone.
 
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I paid almost $90 for this years ago. Massive and with a working load of 15,000 pounds. A bit much for an ATV.

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