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Gitten The Wood Home

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Adirondack case guy

08-19-2014 16:46:06
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Today was firewood day. Got way toooo much going on. Tomarrow I have to put back on my carpenters hat with pencil stuck under my ear.
Loaded and brought home two loads of fire wood today with the dump trailer and 440, and one on the dodge PU a couple days ago.
Loren

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Oldmisterbill

08-20-2014 06:14:09
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 Re: Gitten The Wood Home in reply to Adirondack case guy, 08-19-2014 16:46:06  
I watch your posts and your photos- I see a hard working man ,with great ideas and ambition. Your farm and home is an inspiration.



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shinnery

08-20-2014 01:45:56
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 Re: Gitten The Wood Home in reply to Adirondack case guy, 08-19-2014 16:46:06  
I will bet that Ram was ready to get that load off its back. Did you finally let that "Gotta Mechanic Comin'" retire??
Bryce



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T Whalen

08-19-2014 21:11:35
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 Re: Gitten The Wood Home in reply to Adirondack case guy, 08-19-2014 16:46:06  
I can see from the pics and earlier posts that You tend to get things done in a timely fashion and may I also say I have been cutting firewood for the neighbors for about fifteen years and I do not think any one of my stacks were ever as neatly stacked as yours on the trailer. All I can say is great job and I tip my glass to You.



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j hikemper

08-19-2014 20:01:03
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 Re: Gitten The Wood Home in reply to Adirondack case guy, 08-19-2014 16:46:06  
great work



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1370rod

08-19-2014 19:52:44
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 Re: Gitten The Wood Home in reply to Adirondack case guy, 08-19-2014 16:46:06  
Geez Loren you even do a neat job of stacking the wood in the trailer also, and the pieces are so uniform. Some day I got to get out there so you can teach me the correct way of putting up firewood. Rod.



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Adirondack case guy

08-20-2014 08:59:22
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 Re: Gitten The Wood Home in reply to 1370rod, 08-19-2014 19:52:44  

Rod,
I made simple length guides out of pex tubeing, and clamp them to the handle. It's flexible and returns to shape after bending.
Loren



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1370rod

08-20-2014 19:40:06
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 Re: Gitten The Wood Home in reply to Adirondack case guy, 08-20-2014 08:59:22  
Good idea, I will give that a try.



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Case Nutty 1660

08-19-2014 18:52:55
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 Re: Gitten The Wood Home in reply to Adirondack case guy, 08-19-2014 16:46:06  
Bro, that is another Fine load/ing of wood!! the 440 is so proud she's "smiling" cnt



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Adirondack case guy

08-20-2014 04:56:38
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 Re: Gitten The Wood Home in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-19-2014 18:52:55  
Bro,
It wasn't the night befor last and either was I. The shifting lever slid past and it locked into reverse again. Had to wiggle and twist the shift cover off, and get everything back into place. As you know, when the rail is protruding into the range housing, it is a tussel to get the cover moved back and off.
Loren



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D-C-741

08-20-2014 14:17:28
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 Re: Gitten The Wood Home in reply to Adirondack case guy, 08-20-2014 04:56:38  
The Rail Goes to Far when you put it in Reverse =Weld a peace or Steel or bolt to the Fork so it hits the Cover & will not let it go pasted the Detent [when it goes to far The Spring loaded part on the fork Pushes the Shifter out of the way at just the right time.we had a 530 Diesel that kept doing that,what a pain,once we fixed it never had any more truble.



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Dutchman

08-19-2014 17:37:45
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 Re: Gitten The Wood Home in reply to Adirondack case guy, 08-19-2014 16:46:06  
Loren, Great looking 430 and trailer .. by the way is the axle { what I call a "walking axle" } doesn't have any springs on axle ..?? I'm redoing my homemade dump trailer... and that's what I'm putting under mine .. running wires for the brakes , makes me scratch my head a lot ...lol ...... mark



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Adirondack case guy

08-19-2014 17:43:04
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 Re: Gitten The Wood Home in reply to Dutchman, 08-19-2014 17:37:45  
Mark, the trailer is a "Valack" brand. We sold them new in the 70's. Yes it has walking beam axles.
Loren



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RJ Keith

08-19-2014 17:17:38
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 Re: Gitten The Wood Home in reply to Adirondack case guy, 08-19-2014 16:46:06  
I need to get the 310 and 311 I have looking as nice as that 430!



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