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    Default Stein Arbor-Trolley

    I saw this at ArbTalk, quite inventive. Simple, yet effective - I like!


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    That is sweet!

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    Brilliant....Probably pretty easy to make too

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    Beats dragging by hand for sure. It seems like it could be a tad wider, or another model available.
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    In England there are a lot more narrow gates and walkways and no room for expansion. Here in the US I remember lots of 30"-32" gates when mowing lawns as a kid but these days a 42" gate is standard. The old places with tiny gates just end up having a section of fence removed for access.

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    That thing's pretty cute. I'd have one if I didn't have a mini, although i wouldn't do tree work if I didn't have a mini.
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    Pretty cool little widget for the tight spots...

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    That is one awesome cart. Beats the heck out of our huge log cart that takes two guys to lift onto the truck.
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    If it could only transform into a log arch, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthSoundTree View Post
    If it could only transform into a log arch, too.
    Why not just weld pockets so you could flip the wheels from bottom to the top just offset so it lifts with the pull.
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