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post #1 of 32 Old 12-02-2010, 06:37 PM Thread Starter
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TEARING DOWN A HOUSE!!!

Ok We got this house on our farm that we want to tear down. We have gutted the inside down to the framing and it sits on piers. How would yall pull it down? Ill have a 350 dumptruck, my truck, dads 6.7, a 43 hp john deere, and track skid steer available to use. I have a couple ideas on how to pull it down but i want yalls input. My ideas are:
1)pull the brick piers out from under it
2)wrap chains around the main beams going from pier to pier and then pull 2 sides at a time
3)use tow straps chains and go all the way around about middle of the wall height
4)hook to on side at the joints of the walls and trusses

I dont think well have a problem because a lot of the wood is rotten but we want to save some of the roof rafters. What do yall think will be the safest way and most fun? Ill get a video when were doing it and post up.







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Using the bucket on the Deere, I'd just start getting into it and see what happens...

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Where would you start at with it?


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I'd just paw away at the exterior walls until it falls.

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the only concern i have with knocking down the walls is the roof coming back down on me and the tractor.


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2002 F250 7.3l Powerstroke
AFE Stage 2 Intake
MBRP 4inch Turbo back exhaust straight piped
Autometer gauges z-series pyro, boost, tranny temp
PHP F.U. Chip
4 inch rough country lift, 315/75/16 mud grapplers, and procomp 1069 16x10

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would it be too much trouble to take the roof off before?
or would that ruin half the fun?

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Start with the chimney. You don't want that falling over on ya'. If you can, tie-off to it inside the house and pull on it. If you're lucky, it'll take down a bunch of the roof when it comes down and you can just nibble away at the rest of it with the tractor.
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I would like to take the tin off before, but i dont feel like climbing up there. I wish i had pictures with me of the inside so yall could see how bad it looks from the inside haha. I watched some videos on youtube and most of them were hooking to the corners of the walls and the roof and pulling from there.


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MBRP 4inch Turbo back exhaust straight piped
Autometer gauges z-series pyro, boost, tranny temp
PHP F.U. Chip
4 inch rough country lift, 315/75/16 mud grapplers, and procomp 1069 16x10

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Drive through it with the skidsteer

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How would you tear the chimney if you were doing it?


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2002 F250 7.3l Powerstroke
AFE Stage 2 Intake
MBRP 4inch Turbo back exhaust straight piped
Autometer gauges z-series pyro, boost, tranny temp
PHP F.U. Chip
4 inch rough country lift, 315/75/16 mud grapplers, and procomp 1069 16x10

dads
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