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Lets step it up a bit..

I got no forks mounted yet so ..I'm out





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This was my son on his 1025R moving the grandkids gym set.
 

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Forking big logs!





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What breed of Wood?

3 on the front of trailer resemble the Oak here in the PNW
Bark on the ones to rear is odd too me...?

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Used my forks today to break the bead on one of my ZRT tires.



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I was afraid to say that we ever did that at work but yep..... when you cant get a tire machine to break the beads on those small tires, the forks always do the trick. :bigthumb:
 

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What breed of Wood?

3 on the front of trailer resemble the Oak here in the PNW
Bark on the ones to rear is odd too me...?

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The rear 3 are huge Ash trees. Most, in CT, are on their way to being wiped out by the Ash Beatle epidemic.


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Used my forks today to break the bead on one of my ZRT tires.



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I tried something similar with my 800 lb ballast box and a garden tractor tire and it still wouldn’t break the bead.
 

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The rear 3 are huge Ash trees. Most, in CT, are on their way to being wiped out by the Ash Beatle epidemic.


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Sounds like the same bug thats killing all the Fir up Here.....Why I bought my sawmill.

Things are not looking good with No apparent solution....Its strange that theres really not much info about this on the internet "locally" but there are 4 new tree service coompanies within a 1/4 mile of me....I'm 5 mi out in the country.

This has become Big Business.
 

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The rear 3 are huge Ash trees. Most, in CT, are on their way to being wiped out by the Ash Beatle epidemic.


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If you are driving down the highway and see a dead tree in CT 75% guarantee it's an ash tree.
 

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Around here it's more like 95% guarantee! Hard to believe those little bugs can inflict so much damage. :nunu:
Ditto for Indiana! It's pretty terrible!

We used our forks to move some 12ft long, custom welded driveway gate posts.

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First thing I moved when I got 'em...
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When Krogers has a sale on soda, I tend to stock up... :laugh:
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Unloading my WoodMaxx MX-9900 chipper
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Unloading my tree puller when it arrived
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Loading old patio French doors on to the trailer to head to the dump...
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I have some other pics on my phone that I'll transfer sometime. :)
 

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If you are driving down the highway and see a dead tree in CT 75% guarantee it's an ash tree.
Michigan also. All I’ve been burning for the last several years in my wood burner is ash from all that has died on the farm.
 

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I use my pallet forks quite a bit for all different type of tasks. But I personally use the bucket more often. That said I wouldn't be without a set of forks for my tractor!
 

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