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    800LB rock

    Wanted to move a nice boulder over to the neighbors landscaping...It was just heavy enough so I couldn't lift it outright...by bumping the 1026R back and forth it lightened the load enough so it would raise up a little at a tome , the hydraulics prevent it from lowering...Once it was high enough moved it down to its new home. Forks started out evenly spaced, but must not have had it locked in place , after banging against a bigger boulder to get the 800 lber on the forks . It was so much trouble to get on , didn't bother redoing them...did not seem to make a difference.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kbar View Post
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    The giant mole hill has been dismantled
    ah oh, the giant mole is gonna be pissed and come after you
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    Kbar - that looks great!

    I have one little section of woods right off my front porch that I maintain. There is a bed of pine needles so itís fairly easy but still has to be spot sprayed every year.

    If you look just beyond you can see what the woods are like - just a tangle of ground growth. I canít get the tractor and brush hog in that area so have let it go.

    My little forest area there is one of my favorite places.

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    Yep, i love land in native species and all the wild life it attracts<smile>....more and more of my land is being returned to native vegatation. Since i started doing that 20 years ago i can run more livestock and i see more deer elk etc. which encourages me to keep at it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacCool View Post
    I have the same issue...undergrowth taking over in cleared wooded areas. I have a Piranha bar on (perpetual, apparently) backorder but Iím wondering if a Ratchet Rake might give me a better shot at uprooting and maintaining that trash undergrowth.
    In reviewing many YouTube videos on both the Piranha bar and the Ratchet Rake, carefully reviewing my landscape management plan and priorities, and after hearing that Piranha shipping times will go another 3-4 weeks before the thing is delivered...I elected to cancel the Piranha bar and bought the Ratchet Rake. I think that, for the time being, the Ratchet Rake will meet my needs better, especially given the amount of back-dragging that my brush clearance will entail. I still may need to consider the Piranha later if and when I get around to the patio build that is rattling around in my brain, partially formed, but I still don't have full construction board approval (wife) on that project yet, so...first things first. That board's involvement in my back woods project has been blissfully minimal, so that's where I'm focused for the time being.

    Cancellation of the Piranha bar was pretty straightforward, although it did take a telephone call to get their attention. The guy I spoke with was very nice and very accommodating. He did offer to see if he could bump me up in the queue, but I declined for now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    Kbar - that looks great!

    I have one little section of woods right off my front porch that I maintain. There is a bed of pine needles so itís fairly easy but still has to be spot sprayed every year.

    If you look just beyond you can see what the woods are like - just a tangle of ground growth. I canít get the tractor and brush hog in that area so have let it go.

    My little forest area there is one of my favorite places.

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    Your favorite spot deserves a cast iron park bench . . . looks nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chex313 View Post
    Wanted to move a nice boulder over to the neighbors landscaping...It was just heavy enough so I couldn't lift it outright...by bumping the 1026R back and forth it lightened the load enough so it would raise up a little at a tome , the hydraulics prevent it from lowering...Once it was high enough moved it down to its new home. Forks started out evenly spaced, but must not have had it locked in place , after banging against a bigger boulder to get the 800 lber on the forks . It was so much trouble to get on , didn't bother redoing them...did not seem to make a difference.
    That's impressive, big rock right there.
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    For 18 years this chunk of cement has been a pain in my a** now that I have Bambi I dug that sucker out in 10 minutes!
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    Ok I know I’m stupid when I started last Night digging the old fence post and 50 pound block of cement out of the ground by HAND! Then soaked the ground overnight cause it was so hard packed! So this morning I’m digging again by HAND! The sun rises and like a divine intervention I look across my field and see a Tractor! 10 minutes later I kid you not pow pop boom! Block of Cement is out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Auguste View Post
    Your favorite spot deserves a cast iron park bench . . . looks nice!
    Yes - plus I have a couple other places around my property that needs a bench.

    I have a nice path that parallels the river - used to be a tram road - a couple nice views. Add to that my need to take a break on days that I can walk....

    Been waiting to find a clearance deal on 2 or 3 somewhere - always on the lookout.

    Kind of related - a few times a year we go to a fair sized town that has big stores like Loweís. My wife is first to spot where the bathrooms are - I am first to spot where any benches are.
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