Wheeling in the backyard
Go to concrete recycling center and purchase 2800lbs of "3/4 minus" (3/4 and smaller crushed concrete and brick plus dirt and dust)
Load said purchase into back of D110 pickup....notice that I am now inches from rubbing on the rear wheel wells.
Drive home at 10 mph
Pick a spot to put said dirt on the farthest and highest corner of my property..where the shed will go. (dirt for shed base)
Get stuck in mud due to crazy weather in densely wooded backyard .
Slide sideways down hill due to no front traction and lift front right wheel 2 in off ground.
Get fiancées' (sp?) 91 Landcruiser and drive past my stuck truck on the hill.
Use tow strap to mangle Rovers front stock bumper and pull it out of teetering hell.
Still cant make it to designated spot and get stuck between 2 trees.
Dent FL fender on Rover and RL fender on Landcrusier.
Give up and shovel out dirt.
Drive down in reverse
Go buy pizza/beer and try to find a place to rent a tracked bobcat.
------ Follow up post added April 18th, 2011 10:02 AM ------
2800lbs is approx 2 heaping buckets/yards of material
got pics..... :) I think the most I loaded in mine was 2,000 lbs of top soil (in bags)....
I have a buddy with a body shop in Nanuet if you need....... he is dirt cheap and good....
Nope just of the end results. It gives me an excuse to buy a bumper! The total weight on the scale recipt wasover 7k lol
Should have called one of us!
Why have a bobcat to rent? Or are you looking to paint my trees with your truck like mine? Haha
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