Very handy! You could use it for many things. Nice design.:thThumbsU
That is a great set-up :fing32: :fing32:
I have some ideas in my head for stacking wood in some type of racks, that can be moved around with my loader with forks ..
Well, I originally was thinking of making it around 4x4x4 which, in theory, would be a half cord. When I looked up how much how much a half cord of oak weighs I thought :Stop: (I've wanted to use that smilie). I still made it 5' wide, not quite as deep, I think 3' and the sides are about 4' but I just don't fill it up all the way to the top of the sides. So, yeah, think it holds about a 1/3 of a cord. Thanks for the comments. :thanku:Hi Keith ,
:Welcome1: , That is a real nice set-up you have there ...
How much wood do you guess it will hold split , maybe 1/3 of a Cord ???
I really like those tires also , good choice ...
Hi c5rulz ,For counterbalance, fill the front bucket up with wood too.:thThumbsU
That's EXACTLY what I do! :fing32: That's where some of the oddball pieces that don't split easy go. They go back to the area next to the woodshed where I can wail away at them at my leisure. Or until I rent/borrow a splitter. Or I decide they're not worth the trouble and throw 'em back into the woods. Sorta like catch and release fishing but with a chainsaw.Very nice, and you have the right color of saw.:trink40:
For counterbalance, fill the front bucket up with wood too.:thThumbsU