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    Platinum Member econometrics's Avatar
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    A buddy and I cut up this big ole' pine tree that the dirt guys pushed over with their dozer last week.



    I put the 5075E / 553 FEL to work moving this monster root ball into the woods. I'm glad I had the rears filled and MFWD, as I was teetering off the ground the whole way. But we got r done!




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    That is one whale of a stump. Seems everything is bigger in Texas.
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    Platinum Member econometrics's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by sixdogs View Post
    That is one whale of a stump. Seems everything is bigger in Texas.
    It definitely put the load limits of my Duratorque front tires to the test, ha! I was waiting for them to blow at any minute.

    But hey, when you gotta get a job done, you gotta get it done!

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    Firewood for NEXT winter. I try to stay a year ahead, might even get to 2 years the way winters have been lately.

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    Firewood for NEXT winter. I try to stay a year ahead, might even get to 2 years the way winters have been lately.

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    I built a subframe that pins on in place of the bucket. The subframe carries a manual angle snow plow or the forks you see. I also plumbed a hydraulic "thumb" on the forks to hold logs for cutting.

    I'm too dang old to be bending over with a chainsaw...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mech View Post
    Plowed about 10" of snow this morning. New wings on my FEL plow worked great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by econometrics View Post

    Did you edit that picture? The sky looks cool in it, it is a nice picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 94BULLITT View Post
    Did you edit that picture? The sky looks cool in it, it is a nice picture.
    Actually I didn't. Took it with my iPhone. Sometimes the iPhone can take really good shots.

    The sky was really beautiful that night, and the sun was setting just over the canopy on my tractor, so I angled it best I could for the best light.

    Thanks!

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    Preparing for winter.... Now I wish I had a wood burner lol... Just a fireplace for now.

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    This is some of what I have cut, split and stacked. I have a few more face cord by the house ready to go.

    Did I mention, I am still in need of a wood burner... Lol...

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    Moving some firewood for stacking.
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