I bought 15 plastic pallets the other day, and needed them off of the F150 so I can go get the Brinly plow.
Now, not being one to work any harder than I have to, I decided to get them off the truck and on to the ground, and then push them to where I wanted them with the FEL on CloudBurst IV.
Worked better than I had expected, with no wheel spin anywhere
Here's the stack of pallets. Not sure about the top two, but the others weigh in at 19# each so the whole stack is 250#+
Even as aggressive as the Anclas are, they didn't leave much of a foot print on any area that has decent drainage, even as wet as it's been here all fall/winter.
Of course in the REALLY soggy areas, they did leave more of a track, but with a tiller and 220# of Rim Guard putting weight on the rear I really don't think it's unexpected.
Shucks at only 160#, even I leave a bit of a track in the same area
Here's a couple of rear shots. Note that the Anclas 'self clean' very well.
Edited by OldBuzzard, February 04, 2012 - 12:29 PM.