loggers! Need you help

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loggers! Need you help

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    03-05-2012, 04:22 PM
loggers! Need you help

Ok well I want to make an arch that I can use for logging and also have it so I could put a hitch on it and pull a farm wagon around... how ever, the logging set ups I noticed sit a lot higher and I assume that is so the log is able to be in line with the center of the axle. Or closer to it and its more so under the driver than behind it.

Hitch type arch's I noticed sit really low almost like a little buggy...

So can some one help me out and point me in the right direction so I can figure something out so I don't need to use two different arch's and have them taking up space when not in use..



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