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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by South Florida Lawns, Mar 25, 2009.
Thought this one up myself. Might work on mulch but mainly just for tree branches and brush.
Looks good, hope it works out well for ya
Thats what we basically do. Easy and simple.
that otta go over like a lead ballon... just rippin ya let us know how it works for ya......i say i say its like a soda pop ,.... watch it fizz.. , fog horn leg horn..
Cool idea. What are you using to pull the chain?
When my father had a dump truck his hydraulic ram broke and at the dump the guy told us the same idea! I just wish we still had that truck. lol let us know how it works for you.
There's a guy that I know that has a similar setup to drag cut tires off with. He has a 8000 pound winch on the back of the truck, and the cable goes right under the trailer to the back and has a guide wheel on the rear and the cable comes up from the bottom of the trailer to the top of the floor and then on to the drag on the front. Push of a button, and here comes everything off the trailer
It worked great, pulled everything out of the trailer and saved us 25 min of unloading time.
Oh and you either hook the chain to a wheel loader at the dump or to a tree.
I might attach the chain lower on the pellet so it pushes better.
I like that trailer!!