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Ronaldo

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I up load to Facebook or youtube then post the link by adding media to AS.

Do you know what diameter log the processor would handle?


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He ordered it with an extra wide log bed to help facilitate feeding large and crooked logs....I think it is a 20in wide bed. He also had them upgrade to a 30in bar. He did a lot of research and asked plenty of questions.
Luke owned a smaller processer before this one and talked about how helpful that was because he then knew what worked and what didnt and knew exactly what he wanted.
From what we saw it looked to be a pretty amazing machine.
 
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I have one of these broken handles to what did you use for the collar. Looks great by the way.:rock: :rock: :rock:
I used a 2in id collar,heated up with torch and squeezed it the vise to fit close. Had to file a little on each to fit, then welded 1/2in shaft and sharpened to a triangle. That's what oliver1655 files his. Works good.


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GM_Grimmy

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. This is what Grimmy ,Wayne ,Alex , Jess , Ron,keaten and I did yesterday. Little warm but we gotter done. Didn't get pics of Alex's splitter. Got all gtg wood split, saved some logs that weren't cut on much for next year.


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Yea, I didn't get one of Alex's splitter, nor the fan that he needed either. I got a few pics, that I'll try to get up later. Fun stuff though. Time to get back to work, and relax and recover!!
 
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