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Mark7-05Red and blue pin stripes accent the wheels.Raphael
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Mark7-04The first 'log' moved; Black Cherry (probably firewood).
The Mark 7 is a little heavy to hand tow solo through snow.
Raphael
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Mark7-03Posing with it poor cousin (my home made timber cart).Raphael
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Mark7-02I think there's a bit of a color clash going on.
The arch looks much nicer hooked to my white Dakota but ...
Raphael
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Mark7-01The Mark 7 departed LogRite Tuesday (2/13) at ~1pm.Raphael
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Mark7-09This is the easiest I've gotten a log (of this size) from flat on the ground to up on the axle.Raphael
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Mark7-08It was a short trip, about three log lengths with a 90 degree turn.
The tires on the Mark 7 fit nicely between the tires of my skidding axle.
Raphael
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Mark7-07Up and almost perfectly balanced... ("blind squirrel nut, Harry")
The far end floated just off the ground for most of the move.
Raphael
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Mark7-06First major challenge, Shag Bark Hickory ~1250 lbs.
On my first attempt I got my entire body hanging off the handle.
So I broke the frost holding the log down and reset for more leverage, and waited for my wife/camera person.
Raphael
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