Jeep and fire wood

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I have been cutting some fire wood for the fire place, I wish to share some cautions, the wood should be stacked not tossed in, it will help save the rear window if the wood chucker chucks wood to far and hard, the wonderful inverter for 120 volt socket in not protected from stray chunk or two of chunked wood, the led light lens are also very prone to being broken. I stopped my wood chucker before they chucked to much wood, just a heads up

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So, um, did all of those things happen?
 

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This goes for anything going into any truck bed with damageable fixtures
 

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Are your wood chuckers underpaid children:CWL: Sounds like you where out installing good working ethics to some youngsters:like:

I have been thinking of putting a wood box in the back for firewood season.
 

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What ever do do not under any circumstances throw a wood framed spring mattress into the back. ;)
 

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I just stacked the split firewood in the bed, half from one side, then from the other side. No issues.

I used an ATV trailer behind a yard tractor to get the wood down to the JT, which held two trailer loads.
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I have been cutting some fire wood for the fire place, I wish to share some cautions, the wood should be stacked not tossed in, it will help save the rear window if the wood chucker chucks wood to far and hard, the wonderful inverter for 120 volt socket in not protected from stray chunk or two of chunked wood, the led light lens are also very prone to being broken. I stopped my wood chucker before they chucked to much wood, just a heads up
Wow.. you mean you cant just throw shit in the bed? Crap!
 
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I did not brake anything but I had good chance of it, and wet red oak is heavy as heck.
 

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Wow.. you mean you cant just throw shit in the bed? Crap!
Shit, yes. It is more than reasonable to toss bags of manure into the bed.

Other objects not so much
 

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