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Pull off as much as you need in a coil,flip it over and then pull it up the Hill.

 

 

Great tip - I go to some extreme lengths to avoid winching downhill - a few pulls is ok, but otherwise it makes for a long day in the woods

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Jon have you got a link. iv never noticed it there thanks

 

Hi DAVID me and links do not work I'm sure I seen it on there where the mog was working with a tractor in the snow and tractor was pulling a car out thanks Jon

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You gotta love a mog, especially if you use it in the right jobs. They have saved me time and money when a transit and chipper wouldn't have made it. And before anyone says anything, yes, I have been on the other end when a mog decides it's home time before you do

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You gotta love a mog, especially if you use it in the right jobs. They have saved me time and money when a transit and chipper wouldn't have made it. And before anyone says anything, yes, I have been on the other end when a mog decides it's home time before you do ��

 

Pic's????:biggrin:

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Hi skyhuck. ...

 

There's a few on the mog club, I don't have any on my Ipad at the mo

 

Hang on....

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While I remember, someone earlier in the thread mentioned this mog. I used to drive her when she was blue. In fact it was the reason I love mogs! She had loads of power (tweaked by Alex price) only problem was, she was a bit heavy. Heavy front chipper (9 inch if I remember) and heavy crane with not a massive lift. Then again, she did everything that was asked of her!

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Forgot to add the pic!

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That's a lot of weight for a wee Mog.

 

Oh yes, was fun going round roundabouts and over speed humps when she was full! Then again she has the power to pull like a train!

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