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More firewood and logging pics in Ohio

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JohnDeereJimOhio

02-17-2013 08:51:36
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We"ve been working on clearing out this little 1 acre woods behind my dads garage so he can put his garden out. It"s been going pretty well and we"ve got a lot of wood out of it so far.. I just bought this crawler last fall and this has been the first project with it. It is a lot nicer pushing all the brush with it than by hand lol. I"m pushing it all into a pile at the end of the property. There is too much and neighbors are too close to burn it.. We will also use this to shoot are guns into.. There is a nice hill behind it.. These pictures are of the areas cleaned up. The crawler, and my family wife,kids, and dad running the 730 with a splitter and stacking wood..

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teddy52food

02-17-2013 19:21:04
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 Re: More firewood and logging pics in Ohio in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 02-17-2013 08:51:36  
Can't you trim the top of those stumps a little better? I would hate to see somebody trip & fall on one.



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Bret4207

02-18-2013 04:18:32
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 Re: More firewood and logging pics in Ohio in reply to teddy52food, 02-17-2013 19:21:04  
If you're going to use the hoe to pull the stumps you leave them a little high to get some leverage on them.

The MC/40/420/430 were not called Lindemans.



JD Jim- whats the box under the seat? Looks uncomfortably high. And what happened to the right fender? It's cocked way up. Factory they sit level.



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JohndeereJimOhio

02-18-2013 07:13:19
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 Re: More firewood and logging pics in Ohio in reply to Bret4207, 02-18-2013 04:18:32  
That seats off a jd g. I switched my puller to a pan seat and had that laying around. It does sit up much higher but u can see better. Also my dad and I both are too tall where it was from factory.. It was very uncomfortable.. The fender wAs like that when I bought it I'm guessing got bent from a log or something.



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flying belgian

02-17-2013 16:27:27
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 Re: More firewood and logging pics in Ohio in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 02-17-2013 08:51:36  
The company that built those tracks for the B was Lindiman. When they put tracks on the number series did they still call it a Lindiman?



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gtractorfan

02-17-2013 10:57:42
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 Re: More firewood and logging pics in Ohio in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 02-17-2013 08:51:36  
The picture of your dad behind the 730 splitting wood while the snow flies reminds me that I've thought it would be fun to have a half open shed to work under on days like that, maybe with an elevator to pile up (or load a truck) the split wood outside. Nice pictures.



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Fixerupper

02-17-2013 11:25:46
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 Re: More firewood and logging pics in Ohio in reply to gtractorfan, 02-17-2013 10:57:42  
When I used to split wood I had a setup inside the open front cattle shed. There was barely room to back a hayrack full of logs in beside the splitter. I could stand between the hay rack and splitter and pivot on one foot to grab another piece and there was no picking up from the ground. The hayrack still has a few chain saw marks from cutting those logs. On the other side of the splitter I had a 20 or 24 foot, can't quite remember, Case elevator that ran it up to a wagon. It sat in the wagon for a year to dry before I used it. Dad would come out from town and split for an hour or so every day just to have something to do. It'd take him about a month to split up the hayrack load.Jim

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GordoSD

02-17-2013 10:13:41
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 Re: More firewood and logging pics in Ohio in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 02-17-2013 08:51:36  
Consider pusing all the scrap into the middle of the bare ground. Farthest from any trees. Then next summer when all is green get a burn permit and the voluteer fire dept to come and stand by with a small pumper. You probably need the ash.



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JayinNY

02-17-2013 10:01:18
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 Re: More firewood and logging pics in Ohio in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 02-17-2013 08:51:36  
Great pics. Good to see the little ones out there helping, I saw the one in purple, but missed the other one! Lol, Can't wait until my daughter can help me, she's 17 months now.



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John B.

02-17-2013 09:44:35
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 Re: More firewood and logging pics in Ohio in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 02-17-2013 08:51:36  
I love your pictures. Does that little crawler have much power?



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JohnDeereJimOhio

02-17-2013 10:15:22
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 Re: More firewood and logging pics in Ohio in reply to John B., 02-17-2013 09:44:35  

It has a lot more than you would think.. It's no speed demon all that work was done in first gear.. Ill be down tomorrow since I'm off work I will get some more pictures of it pushing.. I haven't messed with it at all since buyinnit either, that's on my list of projects for going through it and giving it a tune up.. Too many projects in the garage right now.

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The Red

02-17-2013 09:18:00
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 Re: More firewood and logging pics in Ohio in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 02-17-2013 08:51:36  
Looks like a nice family project. 730 is sharp! Will that crawler beable to push out the stumps?



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JohnDeereJimOhio

02-17-2013 09:33:12
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 Re: More firewood and logging pics in Ohio in reply to The Red, 02-17-2013 09:18:00  
Not a chance lol it does good on little stuff, and grading topsoil and stuff like that. We will bring in my uncles backhoe and dig the stupa out then use the crawler to level everything off.



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