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Re: Dump Trailer I built - pics

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I really like your trailer! Especially the "no flats" part!! Fantastic idea! I"ve got a similar trailer I built....heavy rascal. I load wood chunks into mine with the loader tractor and haul the big wood chunks to the barn where I unload and then split at my leisure. I"ll make a huge pile of chunks and then some time later on in the winter I'll start splitting. I use a large pallet I made to roll about 15 pieces onto and then raise the pallet up with my pallet forks on the tractor so the pallet is the same height as the wood splitter. 'Sure saves my back and makes easy work of splitting wood. I don't like to split in the woods......too much stuff to trip over. I also go to the woods in March each year and cut the trees I want for the next season. I let them lay until late summer and then go drag them out with the tractor into a "staging/cutting" area that is in the open. This way I'm not out there in the winter slipping and sliding all over the place. The woods are dry and traction is the best for dragging trees. Then when it cools off in the fall I start cutting them up into firewood. I use my trailer to haul it all to the storage area with my 4010 John Deere that's "totally" worn out. Heck, the darn thing is almost as old as I am!! There ain't nothin' on that tractor that I haven't fixed!
By the way, I admire you guys who know how to take pictures of your cool stuff and better yet...know how to post the pictures!! I gotta get my kids to show/teach me how to do that. 'Guess I need some kind of camera huh??

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