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    Default Re: Mini Ex Mulcher

    I figured you knew him somehow. I can see where a small machine with big HP would be beneficial, but I would be concerned about wear on the machine, big tail swing, and lack of reach. Our 315 has almost 30ft of reach and I still want more. The good thing is he can always move the power pack to a larger excavator down the road.

    So... what HP is the power pack? I need to call Kemp and see it run sometime.
    Last edited by fishfactor; 11-20-2011 at 03:05 PM.
    No matter what anyone tells you, old fencing, cable, and farm implements that are in the middle of the woods are not your friends!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishfactor View Post
    I figured you knew him somehow. I can see where a small machine with big HP would be beneficial, but I would be concerned about wear on the machine, big tail swing, and lack of reach. Our 315 has almost 30ft of reach and I still want more. The good thing is he can always move the power pack to a larger excavator down the road.

    So... what HP is the power pack? I need to call Kemp and see it run sometime.
    I don't recall exactly, several hundred best I remember. It'll eat up a 24" oak purty quick.

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    No matter what anyone tells you, old fencing, cable, and farm implements that are in the middle of the woods are not your friends!

    Colby
    S & P Land Services

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    I'm impressed and jealous!

    Cool pics.

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    I'm glad it works for him. But I'm sure I could build a tighter package that would do the same or more. That thing is ridiculiously huge. Plus that is a odd head. But all concerns and desires on reach and size of machine are all dead on. He could run the excavator off the powerpack I bet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timberwolf71 View Post
    He's my brother in law. Small world ain't it . It may look a little strange but the conversion was drawn up and laid out by a group of engineers from Ingersoll Rand ,but Trust me it is well balanced and EXTREMELY powerful.The excavator itself is equipped with a turn table and thick wall boom comparable to much bigger machines. If i remember correctly NCDOT request he build a machine with rubber tracked undercarriage for roadside ROW maintenance.
    Why did he not just use a rubber poly pad on a steel grouser machine that could more easily handle the weight of the power pack?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishfactor
    Had a long drive to price a job today and saw this mulcher on the side of the road.
    The point of this is ??????

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrehoude View Post
    The point of this is ??????
    Something those of us in the business could appreciate or critique. What's your point?
    MY2012 John Deere 5083e-563 FEL, 2008 CAT 272C with 60" Bradco Mulching Head

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGGIE00 View Post
    Something those of us in the business could appreciate or critique. What's your point?
    Must be a troll

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    Default Re: Mini Ex Mulcher

    Quote Originally Posted by Heavyduty View Post
    What brand is it? It looks like it's built well.
    Looks like it is a Baumalight (MX 748?). I too am curious about the hp rating of that power pack, though...
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