Tractors and wood! Show your pics

Agvg

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Location
Norway
Tractor
Mf135, Ursus C-355, David Brown 995
Where I find my firewood
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dodge man

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Oct 25, 2008
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7,588
Location
West central Illinois
Tractor
JD 2025R
That part of Norway looks just like where I live in Illinois, except there aren’t endless miles of corn and soybean field, and it’s mostly flat around here, and no visible rocks. In other words totally different. Thanks for the pictures.
 

Gordon Gould

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Apr 1, 2007
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NorthEastern, VT
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Kubota L3010DT, Kubota M5640SUD, Dresser TD7G Dozer
Gordon gould. How do you like the trailer/wagon. looks pretty handy. how much weight is on the tongue when empty? I assume they have the axle a little behind center to carry 10-15% of the load. I don't have rear remotes but a little dump trailer like that would be some handy.
The trailer is a Pronovost P503. Made in Canada. The empty weight is 640 lbs. I can pick the tongue up but it's not light. Here are the specs


I made some mods so I could run it several ways. I use it a lot and it is very handy like you say.

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VroomVroom

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Location
Newfoundland
Tractor
Mahindra 2816 HST, Super M farmall, J5 bombardier, 230 timber jack skidder
That must be more than 3000# on it. Built pretty strong.
 

mwemaxxowner

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Nov 12, 2020
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329
Tractor
White/Iseki Field Boss 21
That is amazing. I have been eyeballing this one.


I think the price is a little steep though.
 

mwemaxxowner

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Tractor
White/Iseki Field Boss 21
This is the one that I have; Utility Dump Trailer | Sure-Trac
It's not as good off road, but nice to be able to use it for hauling gravel and firewood on the road, if I don't have far to go.
If you don't mind my asking, how much was it? (The website just wants me to contact a dealer) I just want something to move dirt, gravel, sand, compost, or mulch and dump around the property. Road legal isn't a must but it's part of why I feel like the one I posted us overpriced.

I live a mile and a half from the local hardware store where I buy mulch and compost. They also sell sand and topsoil. I'd be willing to haul stuff home from there too, speed limits aren't but 25. Anything I get hauled in from very far off I'm most likely having delivered and dumped on site.


I feel like this is a decent deal, for 4k lb capacity. Even once I factor in the cost of the cylinder, hoses, and whatnot. I have rear remotes.
https://m.northerntool.com/shop/too...VE7GS7gEq-itZdtTv34aAlYTEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds
 
 
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