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Re: The ATV log cart build

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10-03-2012 02:34:13

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I have a hard time with your videos for some reason... Will you post just a normal pic of the finished product please???

Like the others said about closing holes, it's a good idea. However, if it's tuff, Bubba (and me) can be pretty creative.... If one of them open ends has the remote possibility of receiving a slide in (and pin) modification like a saw, meedeater, saw, axe, etc box or mount, leave it open and get you some of the plastic stoppers to plug them....

Hurry up with the pics.....

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10-05-2012 11:20:25

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 Re: The ATV log cart build in reply to dave2, 10-03-2012 02:34:13  

I didn't close the ends of mine and haven't had trouble with varmits, but that would make it more finished. Last fall I moved this buckeye tree and it survived. I had a bunch of weight on the front of the trailer. I made a trench next to the tree and pulled a strong wire under the roots to cut it loose. I have some extrra old Simplicity 2 wheel tractor hubs and wheels, pulling the clip pins lets you remove the wheels in seconds. I underslung the frame to the axle, welded and Ubolted to make it lower and easier to load big pieces.

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