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    Platinum Member herringchoker's Avatar
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    New Brunswick, Canada
    Kubota B7800, Case 450

    Default A Different Firewood Processor

    Here is a modern (1890's) woodcutter located at King's Landing Historical Settlement, NB, Canada. The log sets on a carriage that is advanced by a ratchet mechanism on the spiked drum. The pulley ratio from the horse power to the saw crank is about 4:1, so the saw can move quite fast. However, it seemed like forever to cut the log, due in part to an unco-operative horse and also possibly due to a dull saw. I think two good men on a crosscut saw could easily beat it (but maybe not for long). I remember my father bucking firewood by hand with a buck saw (also known around here as a pulp saw). I'm glad I have my power toys to do all that.
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    Kubota B7800, LA402 FEL, Homemade cab, 60" bushcutter, 74" rear snowblower.
    Kubota RTV500.
    Case 450 c/w 6-way dozer.

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    Super Member 94BULLITT's Avatar
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    Frederick County, VA
    Kubota BX2360 & L4240 HSTC

    Default Re: A Different Firewood Processor

    That's cool, I did not know that firewood processors had been around that long.

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