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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by KathysLGC, Aug 11, 2004.
Heres pieces of the old kit.
Now this is the new Angle iron mounted to the back.
Keep in mind it's still under construction.
I put the S-hooks on like this
That way hanging down there would be no way for them to come apart.
Closing them is easy with a big vise grip.
I'll be buying more chain so i can go behind the wheels. I just checking for size here.
Heres a few pieces of chain behind the wheel to show what i want to do. 48 inches of chain. Yeah baby!
In case any ones wondering why my tires are full of mud, there a section of my back yard thats swapmy wet land. Every once in a while i forget where the line in cause the grass grows fast and then bam I'm sinking in the mud. It's funny cause we have sandy soil and you can be walking in the yard and all of a sudden your foot will sink into mud but before you steped it looked dry with no signs of mud.
looks like the grass is pretty matted down.. Might not want to use as much weight as you are right now.. You will have some big time thatch problems, if it stays like that..