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  • #81398

    Hopewell Farm
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    2008 logging arch that has seen little use by prior owners and I have used it pretty minimally. $600 OBO

    Thanks John

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    #81439

    Hopewell Farm
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    This arch has been sold.

    John

    #81441

    Brad Johnson
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    John-
    Are you using a new arch?
    -Brad

    #81448

    Hopewell Farm
    Participant

    Hey Brad,

    I purchased Paul Welch’s Barden Cart and will be using that moving forward.

    How are you and Bob making out, not too much wet weather recently.

    John

    #81449

    Brad Johnson
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    Things are going well very well on the job in Northfield. Hoping to finish up by years end. Come on up sometime if you want – we can put you to work for a day. Can even bring your horses…
    -Brad

    #81459

    Hopewell Farm
    Participant

    Brad,

    Thanks for the invite, I will catch up with you this week and see what you guys are up to.

    John

    #84284

    Pete Jesse
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    I am looking for an arch similar to this one. Who makes this one? Any other suggestions, I have haflingers.

    #84285

    Brad Johnson
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    Pete-
    I would contact John Plowden in Stow Maine. He makes the best logging tools available, without exception. I have used his team and single arches extensively, and I think there is nothing you can buy that works better.
    -Brad

    #84290

    Mark Cowdrey
    Participant

    Brad,
    How is your re-built/re-configured Plowden arch working out for you?

    #84299

    Brad Johnson
    Participant

    It is awesome! I like the leaning board and new chain wells, as well as the welds on the wheel struts – a great upgrade.
    -Brad

    #84300

    Brad Johnson
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    Pete-
    Forgot to mention that John recently build a multipurpose cart/arch for a team of Haflingers belonging to Lauren Erickson up in Unity, ME. I have seen it in the woods and works really well. They use use it on the farm as well.
    -Brad

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