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Tree Trimming With the Cub

Postby DieselDennis » Fri Jul 03, 2015 3:00 pm

While the Cub may not trim trees, it did a fine job of hauling off the limbs. No better way to trim lower limbs than pulling the wagon under the limbs and then cutting them and let them just fall onto the wagon. Luckily the terrain from the trees to the brush pile was fairly flat. The Cub did fine.

And who doesn't want to go along for a wagon ride when trimming trees is this much fun? Those are my two favorite helpers.

tmays, I know you recognize that belly plow. It's doing a wonderful job with my drainage ditch projects.

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Re: Tree Trimming With the Cub

Postby tmays » Fri Jul 03, 2015 3:33 pm

Yep, I thought I had seen that plow before. Gonna run across the proper clevis for that thing for you one of these days. :-) Looks like you doing a fine job. I like the wagon. :-)
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Re: Tree Trimming With the Cub

Postby DieselDennis » Fri Jul 03, 2015 8:46 pm

tmays wrote:Yep, I thought I had seen that plow before. Gonna run across the proper clevis for that thing for you one of these days. :-) Looks like you doing a fine job. I like the wagon. :-)


The clevis off the belly mower works OK. That's not as high as the plow will lift, but it's as high as it will lift and me not hit it with the right brake pedal.
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