ATV LOG HAULER

ATV LOG HAULER

This is a lovely design. If I may offer criticism, it’s that the log is acting as a bit of a liquid load, and thus the setup is probably quite prone to tipping. Such forces might be reduced by first lowering the log’s front as much as possible, and then securing it at the center […]

This is a lovely design. If I may offer criticism, it’s that the log is acting as a bit of a liquid load, and thus the setup is probably quite prone to tipping.

Such forces might be reduced by first lowering the log’s front as much as possible, and then securing it at the center of its cradle, perhaps with a couple of rotating cams placed on either side to act as wedges.

Further, adding a removable support to where the front axle would normally be might also be prudent, just so that the load can be rested and secured in the more natural, down, instead of allowing it to swing from above by chains.

Finally! After watching twenty videos about dragging logs, I finally found a guy with the right idea!

Every other video shows a perfect way to fill the logs with chainsaw killing sand except for this one.

Congrats! Now it’s time to head for the shop and get started building one. probably won’t be as pretty red and all, but it won’t be expensive either.

great looking. as a rigger i would suggest wrapping the chain around the front end once to stop it from pulling out if the rear trailer hits something.Great to use for skidding out saw logs you don’t what full of mud.

Cutting into dirt, gravel and stuff will dull a chain real fast, and mud is not desired when cut into boards.

Also is nice that one person can operate it.This actually is a decent way to bring logs in covertly.

In a shtf scenario where power is out and logs are needed you can use a power inverter on your quad mines a lot quieter than yours and cut a tree down and trim it with an electric chain saw.

Also very quiet. Seems to me the biggest advantage is stealth, even though its painted red its fairly quiet, it can be made quieter easily.

But the price is a bit much, I’ll just make one myself for that price, and spend the saved money on more ammunition.While just dragging logs is quicker.

I can imagine if you dont want to tear up your trail by constantly dragging trees this could be a good solution. Also allows you to take it on a paved road without damaging the log.

I guess it depends on what you need the log for and if you care about your trail or not.

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