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(pics) of my log arch

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rick2 in ohio

02-25-2012 11:39:01
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here is some pics,been to cold to paint it.




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prawnfarmer

02-26-2012 04:29:02
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 Re: (pics) of my log arch in reply to rick2 in ohio, 02-25-2012 11:39:01  
Good job, man! Very nice. I have an old hay bale elevator sitting in the fence row & you just made the old light bulb in my head go on.



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Bryan iniowa

02-25-2012 18:30:14
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 Re: (pics) of my log arch in reply to rick2 in ohio, 02-25-2012 11:39:01  
looks lot like mine , but I have battery mounted on it and 2000 lb winch. Atv or garden tractor can haul some big logs



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Mike (WA)

02-25-2012 17:05:58
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 Re: (pics) of my log arch in reply to rick2 in ohio, 02-25-2012 11:39:01  
On my post below, I was just thinking that having the arch on the 3 point would prevent having to back a "trailer" around in the woods- here in western Washington, the woods are like a jungle, and you're lucky to be able to back a tractor up near the log, much less a "trailer". If things were a little more open, your rig would work fine.



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VAJerry

02-25-2012 15:39:55
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 Re: (pics) of my log arch in reply to rick2 in ohio, 02-25-2012 11:39:01  
Looks good. Always wanted one when I was doing fire wood.



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gtractorfan

02-25-2012 14:24:45
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 Re: (pics) of my log arch in reply to rick2 in ohio, 02-25-2012 11:39:01  
Looks like a handy outfit. Seeing it gave me the idea if you were going to use one of these a lot you could use a hydraulic cylinder to raise and lower it like a wheel disc.



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gtractorfan

02-25-2012 17:56:06
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 Re: (pics) of my log arch in reply to gtractorfan, 02-25-2012 14:24:45  

Here's another idea for hauling out smaller logs from wood lots. I made this trailer to pull behind the atv or garden tractor in their wheel tracks, rather long and narrow. In tight spots I push it in by hand and rehook. Front part I load pieces crossway, over the wheels the other way. Also have sideboards that drop over the uprights. Since these pictures I made drop on "fenders" to keep wood away from wheels.

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rustred

02-25-2012 14:12:34
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 Re: (pics) of my log arch in reply to rick2 in ohio, 02-25-2012 11:39:01  
and i was expecting to see some nice polished logs made into an arch on a walkway entering a garden. man, words are deceiving, good thing we have pic's. good job though.



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Paul from MI

02-25-2012 12:31:24
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 Re: (pics) of my log arch in reply to rick2 in ohio, 02-25-2012 11:39:01  
Looks like it ought to work just fine. I bet you can cut into chunks right off the arch and not have to worry about pinching the saw or hitting frozen dirt either.



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Old Roy

02-25-2012 12:16:45
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 Re: (pics) of my log arch in reply to rick2 in ohio, 02-25-2012 11:39:01  
No reason that shouldnt work looks good !! I like the little elbow gussets .. neat job .



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