Re: using a tractor to pull or haul logs safer in reply to Dan in Ohio, 01-13-2014 10:37:49
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I think your tractor sneezed, grew an airstack, and expanded its bucket by the last photo. Too big of loads???
I seldom skid logs. When I do, it's the biggest tractor (4430) with a pile of weights on the front, a quick coupler on the three point hitch, and as short of chain as I can hook. A skidding winch would sure be nice, but they're $3000 to $6000. Cheaper to cut on-site and haul out on a trailer.
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