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  • mtnbus
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    6C5550AC-671F-4E80-A4B9-3C87B8FC4773

    Yea, I use the splitter ! A lot easier than using a maul like I used to?????

    im packing up in a few weeks and headed south for a few weeks. Honestly, I don’t know if the boarder is open ? I’ll let ya know !

     

    ColeB
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    I saw some adventure bikers made it across last week! So hopefully you’ll be good to go!

    mtnbus
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    DA5FEE92-23AD-4662-B325-BB1905FEEF3FGood couple loads today. The leaves are changin

    John Jones
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    Living the good life up there Bubba… 😎

    ColeB
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    That’s a lot of weight! How does that bus do with the weight?

    mtnbus
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    That’s a lot of weight! How does that bus do with the weight?

    not  bad. slow movin of course. 1955cc works well with the trailer. not going up any big hills either

     

    haha

    good times

    Rustabus
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    I need firewood 🔥 Come by Bubba!!!

    Franz
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    Living the life.

    Cut, haul, and split a cord everyday?

    mtnbus
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    Living the life. Cut, haul, and split a cord everyday?

    na

    Ill either gather a few loads, or split for a few hours, or deliver.

    rarely do it all in a day, but sometimes. Its hard work, but fun for me.

    BBWB
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    That’s a lot of weight! How does that bus do with the weight?

    not bad. slow movin of course. 1955cc works well with the trailer. not going up any big hills either haha good times

    My dad and I used to do our annual fire wood stock piling, using all the vehicles we had available to cut down the number of trips/cutting sessions. We had a ’69 bus with a trailer about your size that I would drive at 14-17 years old. Stock single port that had 1641 P/Cs. My dad used his ’64 Chevy long bed with another trailer. We would stuff that bus to the gills, even the passenger side front seat.:) Stack the trailers, and truck bed as high as we could(had side panels for the trailers and truck). I’d usually make the 30 plus mile trip back home in first and second gear. 🙂 Every-once-in-awhile I could hit third on a down hill run of highway. Fun times.

    I'm at the age where "fuck off", "fuck you", and "fuck it" answer most questions.

    mtnbus
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    Cool story Ben !

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    I used this sweet 61DD for a few small loads (don’t tell Cole!).

    volksaddict
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    rocksinwesty

    This og paint 62 flipseat westy belongs to a doctor in Germany now, don’t tell anyone 😆

    Damn my back was better back then 😡

    Rustabus
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    HA!!! Yeah!!!!! 😀😀😀😀😀😀

    mtnbus
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    Holy shit Jeff !

    those are some big rocks

    MikeK
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    Holy shit, did it drive with all the rocks back there?  I loaded up my old DD Panel with so much tile once that it wouldn’t move.  The tires were hitting the bottom of the wheel well.  Had to unload some to get it rolling.

    John Jones
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    rocksinwestyThis og paint 62 flipseat westy belongs to a doctor in Germany now, don’t tell anyone 😆 Damn my back was better back then 😡

    That load must have taken years of use off your back!

    ColeB
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    Cool story Ben ! IMG_9972<noscript>IMG_9972</noscript>I used this sweet 61DD for a few small loads (don’t tell Cole!).

    no wonder that og floor is so shitty!!;) Hahahaha kidding. That floor is tasty clean!!!! Love a good used bus. Meant to be used!

    fuck Jeff! That’s a load

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