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Old 11-20-2017, 02:51 AM
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I put my canyon to work . A public cabin needed wood so with a few volunteers and some slowdowns nearby we got it done Saturday.

The rounds were loaded with an excavator and hauled 300yards to two log splitters.

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That looks like a good day. Did the Canyon have a hitch from the factory, or did you add one?
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my tucker hat off to your mighty Canyon

kind like, mighty mouse to the rescue
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That looks like a good day. Did the Canyon have a hitch from the factory, or did you add one?
It came with one. This is when I was building a deck after adding 3ft to the frame.
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That looks plenty stout. Do you use that as a tie down when trailering?
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That looks plenty stout. Do you use that as a tie down when trailering?
Yes and two like it on the front of the cab for strapping to the trailer.
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