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shawn    Posted 05-12-2001 at 15:24:54       [Reply]  [No Email]
I was wondering how much a 22 in. dia. 8 ft. long chunk of green(living) cherry weights? If you guys have know idea do you think a wd45(about 40 horse)tractor can pull it.

shawn    Posted 05-12-2001 at 19:28:07       [Reply]  [No Email]
Does any one know what it is worth? it is 22 in dia. and 25-30ft tall to the first limb and it is straight with no holes.thanks

Salmoneye    Posted 05-14-2001 at 06:46:28       [Reply]  [Send Email]

The log in the picture is an 18" diameter by about 18+ foot chunk of wet White Ash.
Lift the front 2 inches and the governor barely kicks in on the 48 8N. Had to long line it out of the bush where she fell cuz I couldn't back up to the end. Never spun a tire even with the whole weight on the ground.

You have more than enough power, but as stated before...It makes it safer and easier if you can get the front of the log up a couple inches!

goinutts    Posted 05-13-2001 at 20:42:45       [Reply]  [No Email]
definately will pull that and more,,,, just be careful when hookin any log and pulling,, hook the chain short and go slow and easy,,,, with out a lil experience the tractor can flip easily if the log catches and stops and the tractor does not..

Mike Taylor    Posted 05-12-2001 at 18:58:22       [Reply]  [Send Email]
The volume would be about 46 cubic feet. As water weighs 62.4 lbs per cu.ft., the log would weigh a little under 2800 lbs. Don't let it get on top of you!

Robert in W. Mi.    Posted 05-12-2001 at 18:14:08       [Reply]  [Send Email]
You shouldn't have any problems at all. Make sure you hook to the draw bar, and pull SLOW.
Cherry is my fav. wood, i skidded out a real nice one a couple days ago.

walt    Posted 05-12-2001 at 16:56:12       [Reply]  [No Email]
If you plan on dragging, figure out a way to the get the front end off the ground. It may dig in and flip you.

Alvin    Posted 05-12-2001 at 16:29:05       [Reply]  [No Email]
Yes,, all the way down town and back. She will pull a lot bigger log than that.

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