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    Silver Member OrangeJbird's Avatar
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    Default Anyone make a FEL tree pruner?

    Has anyone made a tree pruner that fits on their FEL?

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    Default Re: Anyone make a FEL tree pruner?

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    Been discussed on TBN before but can not locate the old thread. See vendor link above.
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    Default Re: Anyone make a FEL tree pruner?

    Heres one on orange tractor. He made it and it looks professionally done. When I get some of my current projects completed I plan to do that as well.

    Tree limb saw fabrication project - OrangeTractorTalks - Everything kubota

    Good Luck,

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    Default Re: Anyone make a FEL tree pruner?

    From one of my older posts. (not mine; picture I found online). No way I'd try that. -129191142848626863-jpg
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    Default Re: Anyone make a FEL tree pruner?

    Quote Originally Posted by SandyTX View Post
    From one of my older posts. (not mine; picture I found online). No way I'd try that. -129191142848626863-jpg
    Thanks, lots of gre . . . ah . . . er ideas!

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    Default Re: Anyone make a FEL tree pruner?

    I made this and need to use it again soon. Works good. I callled it my poormans pole saw.
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    Last edited by Leejohn; 06-22-2012 at 10:41 AM.

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    Default Re: Anyone make a FEL tree pruner?

    If you have a log splitter, you can modify it to do the job. Mount the splitter to a QA plate and use the tractor hydraulics to run it. I did it with my skid steer and it works great.

    Here is a video of one that you can buy: Skid Steer Tree Trimmer and Wood Splitter - YouTube

    I mounted mine to the plate vertically, as described in this ad: Skid Steer Inverted Log Splitter

    I still might fab a claw type cutter, but that would just be an exercise in fabrication at this point. Product Navigation

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