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    She's freaking beautiful!

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    Trail building, that chainsaw looks more like your going logging.
    There is no way I could get that bike through the trails here, that shovel and rake would be getting caught up in the low branches.
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    I was so busy goggling over the paint and the star I looked right past the tree anchor system. Be careful with that.
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    Impressive. What sort of trails do you build, or maintain? Around here those long handled tools would have to travel horizontally and longitudinally unless I first cleared overhead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    Impressive. What sort of trails do you build, or maintain? Around here those long handled tools would have to travel horizontally and longitudinally unless I first cleared overhead.
    Thanks. I use it to help maintain a mountain biking trail system. There are a few places that I have to be strategic with the limb catcher. The system as been fairly cleared out so it's not terrible.

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    Don't normally have the rack mounted for trail work. Usually just riding in with a chainsaw and a few other small tools to clear downed trees.

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    I have stubbornly held on to my bike's stock tank/looks but you have just changed my mind. Looks great!
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    I got a notification on the Trails FB page today about downed trees across the trail. Time to put the TDUB in action.



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    Really nice work. Can you come visit me next?
    Last edited by Fred; 05-30-2016 at 05:48 PM.
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