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  1. Over here we call it a forcart. Yes it worked awesome.. its the fetch with a drop tongue like you said, and yes the single horse set up is the one and as of now only one out there ..It work really well and even down hill. I just let the log down so it drags. so far it s worked out fine.. i know that a few horse loggers have asked about a pole the you could hitch to a team and put a seat on the arch to ride on ..?? not to sure if i like that idea at all ..I like what you done with the Scandinavian arch .. there was a guy over here that had one of those..pretty cool i do have to say
  2. Know this is an older post .. but wanted to chime in .. tz1_1zt the first photo you posted is me. well it's my arch and a good friend was driving the team( hard to believe he's 82) I only had one horse at the time and she was not up to the task ... the skid was just about 1/3 of a mile mostly up hill and it was hot .. those horse's had no problem pulling those big oak log and like you i am a dealer for Logrite and the arch you see there also has custom shafts that fit the Logrite fetching arch for a single horse .. nice to see other using arch's with horse's ..


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