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Bobcat logging, A serious cutter and splitter

Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by stihl sawing, Apr 22, 2009.

  1. stihl sawing

    stihl sawing MAD DOG Staff Member

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    wow that's things neat not good four tree services tom trees
     
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    Laird Nemo me impune lacessit

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    I agree!
     
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    Nice!!!

    Wonder who manufactures that?
     
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    flashpuppy ArboristSite Operative

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    How much?
     
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    dnf0929 ArboristSite Operative

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    Turkeyslayer Smells Great

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    That rig flat gets after those logs.

    Nosmo
     
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    works good but looks like straight logs are the only ones you could use in it. Where I used to work they had a firewood processor made by multitek. It was pretty nice but if you got some crooked stuff in there you would have to always reorganize it to split it, just like he had to shake the pieces to lay down in the channel.
     
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    That is awesome, but ouch, what a price tag. You'd have to split a lot of wood to cover that bill. Wish I had one though.
     
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    time warp ArboristSite Operative

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    That is a fine machine. I could run that all day & never spill my beer.
     
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    Kunes The Kid

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    besides the clearing mechanism it looks pretty solid. Stihl Sawing always amazes me with what he can find on the internet haha:clap::clap::clap:
     
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    Impressive.I can't help looking at all the dirt that machine turns up.Dirty firewood sucks.
     
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    Wow...but what a price tag.
     
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    Nice machine but alot of money. Plus you would have to buy a bobcat.. You could get a pretty nice tow behind firewood proccecer for that
     
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    stihl sawing MAD DOG Staff Member

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    The price tag is way over my head, but wouldn't it be a blast to run that thing for a while. like long enough to get your firewood all split up.
     
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    That thing is TFC... I want one, as my neighbor just said that he has a boat load of wood to cut that got taken out to put in a natural gas line.
     
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    That is sweet! :jawdrop:
     
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    If i ever win the lottery i'm gettin one, forget about the price.lol
     
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    no such thing as prices when you win the lottery.
     

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