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backyardlumberjack

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  1. I have a 5 year old L200 tipper with a 900lb Warn winch on the front.Excellent on or off road loaded or empty. As a one man band its a godsend. No problems at all have only changed the battery.Mirrors are not heated which is an annoyance on frosty mornings. Very hard riding on the road when empty. Dont overload it or you wont be able to tip. Previos truck was single cab Ranger nice truck but no tipping option hence the L200. On double cab trucks the load is not really between the wheels not good for handling or anything else.
  2. If you are working for Bonny Tyler make sure its not in a corn field because you might be working against the grain.
  3. Even worse with hydraulic power losses
  4. JUST BOUGHT A JAPA 300.iVE BENT THE KNIFE ALREADY IT SIMPLY WILL NOT HANDLE KNOTS OR CURVED GRAIN.I FOOLISHLY SOLD MY LITTLE MULTIPLA SPLITTER THINKING I WOULD NOT NEED IT , SILLY BOY.I NOW KNOW THAT ITS MUCH HARDER TO PUSH THE LOG THROUGH A KNIFE THAN IT IS TO PUSH THE KNIFE THROUGH A LOG. SPLITTING ABILTY IS A FUNCTION I WOULD REALLY TEST NEXT TIME .I CAN UNJAM THE JAPA VERY FAST NOW THOUGH.
  5. Has anyone tried a corn auger or three
  6. You sure hes not smoking them
  7. Empty the fuel and oil tanks.Take the bars out and remove all saw dust Talk to ups And stop making such a bloody meal out of it !
  8. Sounds very healthy. What kind of yeast do you use.dry baking yeast or some kind of home brew yeast.
  9. Left the saw in the cut went back to have another little look and down she went.

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