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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by deere615, Aug 14, 2008.
why diddent you use the string trimmer
Ya thats what I thought too, wasn't too bad the first summer I had my truck, but this summer I was hauling all kinds of stuff, I haul scrap and stuff too.
I didn't use the string trimmer on some other stuff, I needed to clean up around her house, but that stuff all over the steps was just to thick!
Give it time. Trust me you will haul alot
Yep, last summer I was hauling full pallets of concrete and salt for my uncle!
Little bit of tree trimming. I have done alot of small and big fallen tree cleanup jobs.
This was the only pita one
Sorry didn't have afters of all of them
Ugh, I've got a cleanup to do tomorrow with a huge ass log in the back, been laying down for probably 3 years, hoping to hook on to it with the Tractor
few more, I am doing a nice size pine tree cleanup this week also. I also did a huge clean up over the summer for a guy who had tree branches fallen all over a property of his, luckily I was able to dump on site for that one, I'll get some pics of that up sometime.
This is not as far into the street as it seems, and what was I had cleaned up pretty fast. I remember this day well, I got drenched while cleaning up
another fallen tree
deere615 may i ask how you got these jobs. i am looking to do same thing now and then. not climbing a ladder to cut but some cutting up fallen trees. cutting some down. and cutting firewood
lol, not sure how big it is but sometimes tractors have a tough time with them. I know from experience lol. 4x4 Atvs are great at it though. Do you have a saw? Cut it in half if you have too. Good luck, post some pics!