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Haha!!! Thats awesome!!
 

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Great idea! Now I know what to do with the boys Outlaw 90.
 

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She hauls wood and lots of it



 
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You might want to consider going to a larger bar on that Stihl on the tailgate.
Haha!

That bar serves me well. At 6'7" anything shorter and I have to bend over to cut a log on the ground. :D

This area of my property has younger trees, but other areas are old growth and some of those oaks are 4 foot thick and that bar saves a lot of work on those.
 
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I hauled the wife and 3 kids out yesterday to get our Xmas tree. I was presented with the problem of where to stow my chainsaw with so many curious fingers.



I also set a new personal haul record. I think this is pretty close to the limits though.



 
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I hitched up the aluminum 6x12 trailer I brought it home on. It did surprisingly well. I was concerned about the 150lb tongue limit but all went well with just a load of brush.
 

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Oh, and these little guys from last week!
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Did propping them up in the rear seats cross your mind at any point? I might of been tempted to photo op that. :)
 
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That's hilarious, wish I would have thought of that!
 

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Nothing special, just moved my trailer out before the cows busted it up.

Looks so majestic against that winter background.

Any traction issues pulling it?
 

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Any traction issues pulling it?
None, I was pulling it around in the snow in 2wd with ease.

This is the trailer I haul my Pioneer around in. Meets the GVW limit. Would anybody here be afraid to haul there Pioneer with it?
 

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sorry i didnt take pics. next time. I pulled a 8x5x2 trailer with an aluminum truck tool box on the tongue. The trailer was loaded flush with ash firewood. I pulled it outa the woods and to the farm. I guess maybe a mile.
 

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I want to hear how the deer got in the back of the PIoneer! I hunt alone most of the time, and this is a major question I have about going to a UTV. I can stand ont he back of my ATV and drag most any deer up the fender and into my basket. I'm buying a UTV because I'm getting older!

I need to be able to do this (load a 180-200# deer) in the bed, alone.

Thanks.
 

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I want to hear how the deer got in the back of the PIoneer! I hunt alone most of the time, and this is a major question I have about going to a UTV. I can stand ont he back of my ATV and drag most any deer up the fender and into my basket. I'm buying a UTV because I'm getting older!

I need to be able to do this (load a 180-200# deer) in the bed, alone.

Thanks.
It's got to be a heck of a lot easier than putting one on a horse. Tried that once and ended up dragging it out with a rope.
 
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