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    Elite Member RonMar's Avatar
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    Default Need to process some firewood?

    I came across this while looking for something else. Interesting piece of hardware

    Firewood Processors
    Ron

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    Platinum Member prosperity's Avatar
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    Default Re: Need to process some firewood?

    Didn't know they made a unit to go on a tractor -

    Years ago I ran a stand alone processor similar to this:



    They are an amazing machine. The one I ran was powered by an Isuzu 3 cyl diesel. I could fully load an old 6x6 army truck in 45 minutes!

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    Super Member scott_vt's Avatar
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    1986 MF 1040, 1942 Farmall A, 1949 Farmall Super A

    Default Re: Need to process some firewood?

    Quote Originally Posted by RonMar
    I came across this while looking for something else. Interesting piece of hardware

    Firewood Processors
    Mornin Ron,
    Interesting ! I think it was the $14,000 price tag that scared me away ! The old Stihl chainsaw and my $700 splitter will have to do for now !
    scotty

    ,,,course,,it is gas,and gas is,,well,gas,,so,,but it kills the @#$$ oughta them yellow jackets,,,thingy

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    Default Re: Need to process some firewood?

    You gotta sell a lot of firewood to justify one of those.

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    Super Member Highbeam's Avatar
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    Default Re: Need to process some firewood?

    The 8 way splitter wedges look cool. The 12 way even cooler if you like little wood. Our wood is not too dense in teh NW so tiny sticks like that wouldn't hold a long fire.

    Our local indian tribes own similar processors to supply firewood to the members.
    Kioti CK30HST, FEL w/toothbar, 60" RC, 60" BB, PJ 10k trailer. Weekend warrior hauling 50 miles each way.

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