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Unread 11-23-2011, 06:22 PM   #1
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Default Workhorse gets it done

I planned on using my workhorse for deer hunting. A couple weeks ago we picked up two does with archery. I have a 4x6 homemade trailer with a Vega axle and a plywood floor, so it isn't real light.

We put both does on the trailer and my son in law and I on the cart. I have one spot, where according to Google Earth, over a length of 675 feet we increase 80 feet in elevation. The cart pulled us up the hill with no problems. We weren't going real fast near the top, but we made it.

Now I can't wait for some snow to see what she'll do. On second thought I can wait a little longer for the cold and snow.
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Unread 11-25-2011, 09:07 PM   #2
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Default Re: Workhorse gets it done

I can believe that, I have a 2005 ST350 (Workhorse) and we use it for everything. Always amazes me at what it will do. it has pulled trees out of the woods for firewood and I have used it to help pull trees down. It hauls firewood, dirt and trash. It always works!

Well except for the time I crushed that throttle cable

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Unread 11-27-2011, 02:06 PM   #3
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Have to admit, I don't know how I got by without my workhorse.

My firewood is split and in the barn, so I usually just back in and load the workhorse full and haul it to the backdoor of the house. I can get it closer then the pickup, so it saves a lot of steps.

I've also been using the workhorse to run a small trap line this fall. Works much better then the 4 wheeler that I used to use because I can carry a lot more stuff both in and out of the woods.
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