|rick n ohio said: (quoted from post at 06:57:32 01/13/14) i always have a back blade connected to the 3-point and pull off of it,the blade will keep ya from flippin over.|
I do it this way too
drop the blade, chain the log to the blade,
lift the blade just enough to get the log nose
off the ground.
worst that can happen is the blade will drag
and level your trails at the same time :)
at camp, dragging with a 4-wheeler,
I put the log nose on a upside down car hood, and drag the hood
from my post on the other board, ya can't beat a
slip/dirt scoop for dragging logs.
lower the scoop, back it under the log,
lift a little,
chain the log to the scoop frame
drive away This post was edited by NoNewParts at 05:56:01 01/13/14.