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Multi What’s in your bed?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by joeymt33, Nov 25, 2017.

  1. FLNative

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    image.jpeg Here's a pic of what I had in the back of mine a week ago. Florida Doe.

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    Just my GUS waiting for a ride!

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    Usually a beer cooler. A blue point bag with a pistol in it. These are standard equipment. LOL
     
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    For me?!?!

    You are so amazing!
     
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    Bed mat covering the rear seats!
     
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    We have the bed liner, we use ours around the house, gardening/landscaping, it keeps stuff out of the seat area.
     
  7. pilotflash

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    spare tire, bottle jack, compressor, tool box, plug kit, flash lights, fire extinguisher, first aid kit, paper towel, toilet paper, glass cleaner, matches, wire ties, jumper cables, 2 30ft tow straps, tie downs, you just never know what you can run into on the trail.
     
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  8. Montecresto

    Montecresto Montecresto el segundo
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    Wow, I love the workmanship, great job T!!!!!
     
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  9. Smitty335

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    These must be brand new, no dents, where are your back up holes for posts, to keep cattle going the right way?
     
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  10. Tflynn

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    Thanks Monte!
     
  11. Tflynn

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    Yes, I snapped those pictures right after I got done painting it. For a backstop I'm trying a "drop gate" I thought this was an original idea until I saw powder river makes them already! My old working chute was wooden and I used pipes across it as back stops like you describe, but then my wife smashed her hand when she failed to get a pipe completely behind a cow while it was backing up, so needless to say, I had to think of something else!
     
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    Cattle are powerful when disturbed! Been there done that, always have an escape route planned. Hope your wife is ok?
     
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    I just to help Grandpa work his 70 head mama cow heard, used horses to get them up, no cowbowing them up, wanted them docile in the pin, and worked them real easy, was a lot faster than than getting them all stirred up. And that's all I know about that!
     
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    There was a deer in there a couple weeks ago, and there were beer cans in there until Sunday when all the kids came over to ride down the paved road in it ...
     
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    Very nice chute and pen!
     
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    Seen this online....My P1-5D usually has my dogs in back enjoying the fresh air.

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    Can’t mention everything, but 2 rifles, 2 pistols, 2 full 5 gallon gas cans, 5 man tent, 2 folding chairs, 30ft tow strap, tire inflater/battery jumper, tire patch kit, tools, ammo, big dope, 2 sleeping bags, plastic tub full of clothing/gear/food/cook stove/lanterns etc, 20x30 tarp, poles for tarp, knives, machete, 5 gallons water, bag of bungies/cord, and probably a lot of other things. Too inconvenient to list it all. On the way back, added a couple dead Caribou strapped on top of all that gear. This is how I’ve been rolling on my Caribou hunts.

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