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    Default New sap wagon

    Just about got the new sap wagon wrapped up, just some strap mounts and some plumbing and itll be ready!20181026_165746.jpg
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    Very nice! What are you going to use for a tank?
    2016 - 2 x 4 Randy Worthen built arch and pans (just starting out!) 11 taps; 2.625 gallons of syrup!
    2017 - 29 taps; 11.625 gallons of syrup!
    2018 - 30 taps; 98 pints bottled! 2x4 Arch and pans sold! New sugar house being built, new equipment coming!

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    FB_IMG_1530842101881.jpg that was the old wagon, I'll be using the same tank, I believe its 525 gallons, and I'm switching to all 2" hose and pump
    A&A 2x8 raised flue with hoods and preheater AOF/AUF
    8x12 kitchen
    H20 7.5 1200 Econox for 2018
    H2O 10" filter press half bank
    1600+ on 3/16 for 2018

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    Nice! Is your pump mounted right to the trailer? I am going to build one this year myself. I bought a "pole skate" trailer that I plan to use as my base and I have a 275 gallon IBC tote I plan to mount to it. I was thinking of mounting my pump to a hand truck because I can't get right to all of my collection spots with the tractor, plus I figured I could roll it into the basement at night so it doesn't freeze.
    2016 - 2 x 4 Randy Worthen built arch and pans (just starting out!) 11 taps; 2.625 gallons of syrup!
    2017 - 29 taps; 11.625 gallons of syrup!
    2018 - 30 taps; 98 pints bottled! 2x4 Arch and pans sold! New sugar house being built, new equipment coming!

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    Yes the pump is at the rear of the trailer, it stays there all season, we just pull the drain plugs and rinse every night
    A&A 2x8 raised flue with hoods and preheater AOF/AUF
    8x12 kitchen
    H20 7.5 1200 Econox for 2018
    H2O 10" filter press half bank
    1600+ on 3/16 for 2018

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    That sounds like a good axle for your wagon, our old wagon has a front end from an old truck, so it really lacked ground clearance, this trailer I used a set of chopper axles and 10 ply 265/75-16 tires, the trailer has more ground clearance than the tractor so we shouldn't be grading the roads while we are hauling sap this year lol
    A&A 2x8 raised flue with hoods and preheater AOF/AUF
    8x12 kitchen
    H20 7.5 1200 Econox for 2018
    H2O 10" filter press half bank
    1600+ on 3/16 for 2018

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    I hear you. We used to haul with a small (100 gallon)tank in the back of a Polaris Ranger; we graded the road's muddy spots every time we left the sugar bush with a full tank!
    2016 - 2 x 4 Randy Worthen built arch and pans (just starting out!) 11 taps; 2.625 gallons of syrup!
    2017 - 29 taps; 11.625 gallons of syrup!
    2018 - 30 taps; 98 pints bottled! 2x4 Arch and pans sold! New sugar house being built, new equipment coming!

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    A&A 2x8 raised flue with hoods and preheater AOF/AUF
    8x12 kitchen
    H20 7.5 1200 Econox for 2018
    H2O 10" filter press half bank
    1600+ on 3/16 for 2018

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