Timber carrier features a strong, ductile cast iron clasp open at the top and drawn tight by a bolt - no bolt hole through the handle. Heavy steel swivel allows free movement to allow timber passage through narrow areas. Handles logs 3in. to 16in. dia. Powder-coated steel hardware, lacquered wood handle. Handles Logs Diameter in. 3-16, Length ft. 4, Handle Material Wood, Hook Material Steel.
Average Customer Rating:
(5 Reviews) 5
Rating Summary(5 reviews)
5 of 5(100%)would recommend this product to a friend.
"I purchased this timber carrier last year to use at our deer camp to help in getting fire wood for our camp. It worked very well and is a real back saver. We used it several times to move fallen trees out of our roads. The tips are dull on the carrier when new and need to be sharpened before use. I don't think I could wear this tool out in several lifetimes but if something happens to it I will purchase another one."
"My wife and I are not spring chickens anymore so I was looking for something to help us with our new found need for firewood. We needed a way to get large size log sections into our wheel barrow and this tool was a life and back saver. We easily were able to lift and carry log sections readily and safely. I recommend this tool to young and old!!!!"
"Bought to lift heavy logs onto homemade horizontal splitter. Since I do most of my splitting buy myself, I haven't used it much. Has worked well when I used it. Even used it has peivy the day I forgot mine. Worked pretty good considering it's not made for it."
"Its just amasing how big a log that you and a buddy can carry with this tool. We do a little custom milling and this timber carrier makes moving a 9ft log onto the mill much easier. The hooks bite well into the log and don't seem to slip. The handle is heavier than I expected and doesn't bend under the load from the logs we usually mill. The fit and finish could be better, but after a few days use, I am sure I will dink it up anyway. This tool sure make my back hurt less by having two people on the front end of the log. Don't know how we did it before I got this tool!"