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    Quote Originally Posted by menace 2 View Post
    he would feed the bar into the slot from the top I would think
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    Nice work! Its always great to see new ideas

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    Quote Originally Posted by MudRunnerTD View Post

    LMFAO!!! AB is a Goose!! I tried to tell him that via Text! It was driving him nuts!

    You might have to shoot a video for him Janderson
    I just couldn't see it fitting from the top....lol

    I know someone who made a box similar to find he couldn't get the bloody bar through on the angle.

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    Very smart I like that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AB View Post
    I just couldn't see it fitting from the top....lol

    I know someone who made a box similar to find he couldn't get the bloody bar through on the angle.
    Hope this works, not done a video on hear before
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    hey mate should work out how to wire in a small 12v transfer pump. then you wouldn't need to lift them out at all.

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    Id just open the arm and use a jiggiler hose lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by megatexture View Post
    Id just open the arm and use a jiggiler hose lol
    that's all I use, easer than pouring them
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    Quote Originally Posted by janderson View Post
    Hey mate nah I meant putting the chainsaw in the box...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AB View Post
    Hey mate nah I meant putting the chainsaw in the box...
    I just take hole box out as when I'm cutting I do a trailer load in the one spot, mostly anyway. sorry for the miss understanding.
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