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    Default What strange things have you moved with your loader..pics

    Saw another thread about moving a propane tank. Thought this could be good. I'll start. Was by myself and needed this thing gone. What would I do without this tractor sometimes. It's an old lobster tank I'm moving. Pretty heavy. maybe not the safest. But I assure you I stayed clear.
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    Default Re: What strange things have you moved with your loader..pics

    Wished I've had taken pics,but about 3 weeks ago I loaded a large heavy safe for neighbor down road.(L3400DT W/FEL)

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    I'm building a new deck on the house, so the old porch had to go bye-bye.
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    Default Re: What strange things have you moved with your loader..pics

    I also moved a propane tank with my loader a couple of weeks ago. In addition, I recently acquired a Coates 40/40 tire changer because the price was right even though it's over-kill for a home workshop. This was a little more difficult to move as I had to be sure it didn't fall out of the sling I used. Last winter I used my loader to lift the front of my snowmobile and walk it out to where I could load it into my truck and also unloaded a pellet stove. Did all these myself as no help is readily available. Last week I used the tractor to tow my Harley out of the basement on some ramps. I had help for this and didn't really use the loader except to attach a rope. I held one side of a truck canopy while using an engine hoist on the other to unload it from my truck. I have a GC2610TLB that is 6 months old and have over 65 hours on it. How did I ever manage without a tractor????

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    Default Re: What strange things have you moved with your loader..pics

    Don't have an FEL. How about a boom pole?

    Needed to replace the fuel pump. I didn't know how much fuel was in the tank and I didn't feel like eating sand/rust/etc all day. And nobody else was aroud to help me. This pic was during the re-install. During the repair, the bed was resting firmly on the ground.

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    Default Re: What strange things have you moved with your loader..pics

    Posted this a couple of weeks ago. Moved my old hot tub out to the back 40.
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    How about a 25' light pole, propane tank, raise & lower a 30' flag pole. And you name it, by myself 97.3% of the time, except the dogs & tractor.

    May have made a mistake on my math, could be 98.7% alone time. And not the flag pole was not over my head or tractor.
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    Default Re: What strange things have you moved with your loader..pics

    Hmm, picked up a chevy metro on the pallet forks and moved around the yard, 1950's Chevy car on the forks into a scrap metal dumpster, dead horses in the bucket, old 800 gal milk tank, garden shed, put a hidabed couch in a second floor balcony since it wouldn't fit up the stairs. Portable bandsaw mill on the forks (that was a load), lots of furnaces/boilers etc, pallet loads of rubber mats.

    Heaviest was either the 12 ft IH disc off a trailer or the 10 ft disc mower conditioner off the trailer. The disc mower took both my loader tractors, they had used a big rough terrain forklift to load it.

    Lots more but I can't think of stuff that stands out really.

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    Nice pics guys. Keep em coming. Can't believe nobody commented on the "tractor nuts". I thought it was funny. They are pretty stupid but amusing. They outlawed them here in maryland. A friend had then on his truck and removed them. So I put them on mainly to watch wifey roll her eyes. Haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by YesDeere View Post
    Nice pics guys. Keep em coming. Can't believe nobody commented on the "tractor nuts". I thought it was funny. They are pretty stupid but amusing. They outlawed them here in maryland. A friend had then on his truck and removed them. So I put them on mainly to watch wifey roll her eyes. Haha
    Those always make me think the vehicle owner is in desperate need of attention.

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