Started by francismilker, January 25, 2013, 07:10:17 PM
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Quote from: beenthere on January 25, 2013, 07:19:09 PMLooks good, but that high hitch on the ATV doesn't (to me anyway). Catch a wheel on a stump and that ATV will rare up quick as a blink, depending on the speed at the time. Even going up a slight slope seems would pull the front end up, and ATV's can rare up easy anyway.Either drop down on the ATV hitch or put some real serious counter weight on the front end of the ATV (as I see it). But your experience may differ. ;)
Quote from: drobertson on January 26, 2013, 12:29:37 AMLooks like cedar, a heavier log might be and issue, but in either case, if it works go for it. I thought about it with my rancher, but the lil Allis works for me, I am thinking about a minature forrester wagan for the atv myself, 4 wheels and no draging, too many hills here. I like to make short runs to the river with the wife, and(smalleys) to tear up the 4 wheeler draging logs. ;D
Quote from: trapper on January 26, 2013, 09:40:03 PMI try to pick up logs so that they are just a bit heavy in front of where I pick them up.Then I hold the front of the log up with a rope. Puts a bit of weight on the hitch. I would like to add a piece of angle with notches in it to use chain instead of the rope
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