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Old 11-05-2018, 09:24 PM
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My 1250 and homemade log skid making it easy to move this chunk.

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Handy accessory...beats trying to move it by mental telepathy!
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Handy accessory...beats trying to move it by mental telepathy!
That is because you don't possess the ability to move things by mental telepathy.
It is something you learn to do with age and practice.
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I made one of those from a Craftsman fender pan. I need a bigger one, like a car hood. Mike
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My 1250 and homemade log skid making it easy to move this chunk.

My makeshift stone boat was a side panel from an apple dispensing machine. I've moved all sorts of stuff on it; Index milling machine, 12 X 36 lathe, chunks of wood (like you show) and the occasional stump like shown here behind my 1872 Super #1.
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