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    Bronze Member mowin's Avatar
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    Default DR Tree Sheer

    This thing is neat. Little scarry hittin a tree at those speeds on a quad....

    Introducing the DR TreeChopper Tree Shear: Low Cost and Effective Tree Cutting - YouTube

    Hope the link works. If not go to DR's site and look it up....

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    Default Re: DR Tree Sheer

    That's cool. Hard to believe it made it past the legal department at DR equipment!

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    Default Re: DR Tree Sheer

    dont know that i would do it on an ATV but would certanly tackle it with a UTV or one of those mini trucks.
    Steve - TC33D 4x4 FEL, dual rear remotes with toys

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    Default Re: DR Tree Sheer

    If its capable of snipping 2" trunks at about 6-10mph, i guess you should be able to shear 10" trunks at about 35mph, right? :-)

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    Default Re: DR Tree Sheer

    Quote Originally Posted by rockshaft View Post
    If its capable of snipping 2" trunks at about 6-10mph, i guess you should be able to shear 10" trunks at about 35mph, right? :-)
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    Default Re: DR Tree Sheer

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockshaft View Post
    If its capable of snipping 2" trunks at about 6-10mph, i guess you should be able to shear 10" trunks at about 35mph, right? :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockshaft View Post
    If its capable of snipping 2" trunks at about 6-10mph, i guess you should be able to shear 10" trunks at about 35mph, right? :-)
    That math works like if the directions say to cook at 350 for 30 minutes you should be able to cook at 700 for 15 minutes. My wife tells me that won't work

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    Default Re: DR Tree Sheer

    Here in Oregon, those are not even trees. We have brush tougher than that. I have used a brush hog on stuff bigger than that
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    Default Re: DR Tree Sheer

    Haven't tried it yet, but I suspect my Ratchet Rake would uproot those little cedars.
    LS U5030C w/FEL, Bush Hog 307, Modern 7' industrial grade box blade w/hydraulic rippers, Rhino SPHD PHD, 48" Wildkat grapple, 72" Ratchet Rake, 6' King Kutter II tiller, 10' International Disk with hydraulic lift, 7' Vulcan double axle cultipacker, 76" W.R. Long bucket tooth bar.

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    Default Re: DR Tree Sheer

    I can smell a lawsuit brewin!!!!
    Way too many possibilities of danger there.

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