LsFarm wrote:Can you store bulk coal?? Or want to bag a few tons yourself?? I know it is a hike to the breakers, but you can get some of the best coal around from a breaker that will allow you to bagg on the site, as long as you stay out of the way of the other traffic..
The next coal run I make, I'm going to take my tri-axle trailer, and 7-8 of the one ton 'bulk sacks' available on Ebay. I will be able to move the baggs with my tractor/loader, and store them out of the sun, I think you have a tractor, can you keep a tarp over the bulk sacks to keep the sun from ruining the bag??? Coal at the breaker is $140/ton... The bulk sacks are $10.25 each if you buy 4 at a time...just got my second 4 via fedex yesterday. $41 shipped.
Take care,, Greg L
are these the bags your using?http://cgi.ebay.com/Bulk-Bag-Builders-G ... dZViewItem
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iv'e been thinking about getting some of these.
i can haul 10k on my construction trailier but only 6k in my dump trailer.
i'd like to bring back as much as i can and the bags look like a good way to transport it on the construction trailer.
once back i'll use the fork truck and the bottom spout to fill the dump trailer making it easy to put it in the cellar.
we run down twice a year with the sportbikes already, so from now on i'll be bringing back some black gold.
let me know