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    Re: Tree felling directional question

    If you going to use cable, you should add rope to the system. Rope will stretch and give the system more dynamic propertys. Where the cable looses nearly all pull as the tree starts to move, the...
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    Re: Saw Guru's Please Advise.

    would help to slow down your chain speed thus allowing the oiler to keep up more. 7 tooth rim sprocket is standard, are 6 pins available?
  3. Re: Best saw for use on ladder while trimming trees

    The silkys have fantastic blades, cut better than anything else I have tried. They do take a bit of time to get the hang of using. The most important things are to
    1) not try to cut to much at...
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    Re: Chainsaw versus max. bar length?

    One thing to consider when increasing bar size is to gear down the saw using a smaller drive sprocket or running a skip chain or running 325 if your running 3/8
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    Re: 3/8" Vs .325 chain cutting ability

    I have a 395 and 394. They are great saws with far better air filtration than the germans offered at the time. I find them to be a bit more peaky than my 066's.

    I run 325 chain on my 42-62cc...
  6. Re: Best saw for use on ladder while trimming trees

    I cut trees for a living, and there is NO WAY I would risk doing the ladder/saw combo.

    Better to get a Silky polesaw and get good with it, sure it will be exercise and patience but less that...
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    Re: ??The most popular tractor in the world??

    I was talking to a guy in ohio who had his belarus brought by someone who was sending it to the middle east, must be worth something there
  8. Re: Repowering an old 6" chipper. Gas or diesel

    If your talking about the 625LR then you might be able to make up for the loss of engine RPM by installing a larger pulley on the engine or a smaller one on the chipper rotor shaft. They normally...
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    Re: ??The most popular tractor in the world??

    I think I read somewhere that Belarus makes 8% of the worlds tractors
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    Re: interesting log splitter

    The wood hes splitting is macrocarpa, its about the same weight as sycamore, and I think its easy to underestimate the power of that splitter, it gets through a few knots that i see without even...
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    Re: How much do you know about WWII battles?

    I got 31, I need to get out more it seems
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    Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    Load of wood, bit over 2 cord all up. It counts when it drives like a tractor right?

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    Re: Park brake for skid steer (help!)

    Wish it was that simple! even dropping the blade on my skidder isnt enough to hold it

    Wont work if facing uphill, probably wont work if theres a mechanical failure on ground this steep facing...
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    Re: Park brake for skid steer (help!)

    Yeah the pin idea does seem crazy even to me, but its simple to do

    Looks like that valve block might work! I would put it between the control bank and drive motors I take it?
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    Re: Drone-catchers needed

    be better of using a remote control plane that deploys fine fishing line or something simular as its flys over the drone, would bring down both but would be cheap to do. Failing that find the person...
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    Park brake for skid steer (help!)

    Im currently trying to tame a ridgeline to hopefully be able to build a house on. My battle so far has been with building the track/driveway up. Its 400 yards long and for most of it climbs at a rate...
  17. Re: Whats that abandoned mystery skidsteer?

    Yeah, its pretty much mine, Im in a jam with a job (blowing money on an overpriced rental) and was after a 4 in 1 bucket, this one came with the whole working machine for cheap.
    The color wont be...
  18. Whats that abandoned mystery skidsteer?

    Okay this is the only useful pic I have of it, its diesel (well at least it is now) and the owners knowledge of it goes as far as "I think its a 1987"

    Im thinking its probably a Gehl, but could be...
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    Re: Stihl MS201T takes 3 or 4 pulls to start

    ms201 stinks. Stihl didnt just drop the ball, they passed it to the other team, tackled there own team mates and let the other guy have a go with there wife afterwards. After the great but sadly...
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    Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    With the addition of a shopping basket on the log lifter, they skidder does hauls of 2400lbs of stone, bless it

    http://i.imgur.com/tKv9fOT.jpg?3
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    Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    Trees grow really really fast here. I counted the rings, and it was pretty much 100, I know my trees

    For the main cut I used an 88 with a 60 inch bar which only just met through the middle. due to...
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    Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    Tree was about 100 years old, monterrey cyprus, took some cutting. sorry having trouble getting the images right!

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    Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    Sorry about the image sizes, heres a bit of work we have done.397901397901

    One trees worth, thats a guy in orange with a red helmet in the middle, stumps up on the hill397902
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    Re: Out winching a bit

    Thats a great winch, good to see its well applied!
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    Re: Larger Saw Purchase

    Keep in mind that often they are changing saw models due to EPA regulations, not because they have designed a better saw over the old model. Its taken decades for any of the companies to do better...
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    Re: Larger Saw Purchase

    Aside from the weight, I havent got a bad thing to say about the 66's. I have 5 of them, and they have been my most reliable saws. Im sad to see that their is now a replacement for them, and I...
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    waterpump lifespan

    I have an A60 holder with a dead hour gauge and the water pump has started leaking through the seal, at what kind of hour do they usually fail?

    Im just trying to get a general idea. Thanks!
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    Re: How much to charge to trim trees?

    After a day with a manual pole saw, your in for a whole heap of pain you probably havent felt before. Your neck muscles alone will be new found areas of hurt.

    A climber will be able to get around...
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    Re: Tree Removal

    No, it wont. it will kill everything. Diesel isnt a poison, its a light oil. It basically smothers everything from micro organisms up and will create a dead zone, although it will do an excellent job...
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    Re: What's a good chipper/shredder?

    Salsco are great chippers.

    Stones are terrible for chippers, but even dirt and grit that branches tend to pick up will dull your blades pretty quick. Dont move the branches around to often when...
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    Re: power barrow

    They are good, carry plenty of weight but you have to be careful with side slopes as they are pretty top heavy once you load it up. I have had mine for 5 years but really havent used it that much....
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    Re: Root balls on downed trees.

    Rootballs are incredibly dangerous, many many many people are killed by them every year. To often its kids playing in the dirt area while dad cuts firewood. stump goes back into hole and theres no...
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    Re: Ouch. tree gets revenge

    Quite a few years ago, we were removing a tree when we saw the middle aged neighbour over the fence start to get his ladder and saw out. He extended his ladder right out to reach by about 4 inches...
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    Re: A new way to trim your hedges

    Lots of different ways to trim hedges, here is the industrial dangerous way. I believe this machines been operating for a few decades. If its the machine I have heard about it has cut through power...
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    Re: Moving Felled Trees

    A agree about finesse, I deal with logs a fair bit on steep ground, I prefer to keep my troubles behind me
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    Re: Stihl EB600 or RedMax EBZ8050

    Dont believe everything that the company thats trying to take your money says. Companies can make there machines spec high on test but dont work so well in real life, or just lie.
    And where one...
  37. Re: Looking for new handheld gas leaf blower - What to buy???

    I have 3 stihl bg85's that have been great, but since going to pb755 (I think) echo backpacks, we havent looked back. They have saved us so much time they paid themselves off in a couple months.
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    Re: Moving Felled Trees

    I dont know where you get them from but how cool and simple is this for wood handling etc? It must be pretty new as theres very little info about for them. I want one!
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    Re: 30hp Kohler random insanity

    JJ is awesome, I have searched all sorts of threads on here and find his info very good. Thanks JJ

    You should have seen the leaping for joy I did when I discovered the fault today. after the...
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    Re: 30hp Kohler random insanity

    I was really pulling my hair out over this initially as it was hard to tell if it was fuel or electrical. I removed the needle and spring from the carb solenoid and it didnt change the machine at all...
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    30hp Kohler random insanity

    CH750 30hp v twin kohler that runs one of my chippers is randomly cutting out like its been switched off. Then it starts right back up. Sometimes it does it again after a minute, sometime after an...
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    Re: Hiab hydraulics Question

    Finally got hold of him, he got the numbers from another guy who works at a truck wreckers. I will try to follow it up
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    Re: Hiab hydraulics Question

    (making this searchable so other looking might find the info) Found some info via a mate for the hiab

    The minimum spec for the hiab 650 is 2000 PSI and 50 litres per minute or 13 gpm gallons per...
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    Re: Hiab hydraulics Question

    Now thats what I didnt know and was trying to find out from you guys!
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    Re: Hiab hydraulics Question

    Thank you very very very much! I have been searching all over the net, trying to get specs on truck pto pumps etc. Awesome! (I should have mentioned its a 1000rpm pto but have found a simular unit)
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    Hiab hydraulics Question

    Im looking at a 650aw hiab to mount to a tractor. Not going to be easy, but thats the fun of it right?

    I have been trying to work out the hydraulic specs the crane requires to run properly as its...
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    Re: non pto wood chipper help

    For what you discribe your pruning it sounds like a 6 inch chipper would do fine. The gas ones are simple and reliable and are not that big a gamble if your looking at used ones. (often rental...
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    Re: Salsco Chipper for PTO

    with about 16hp at the pto you are unlikely to have the power to run a 6 inch very well. If you kept it super sharp and feed it carefully you might be okay, but I wouldnt count on it.
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    Re: Echo trimmer won't disengage

    not sure on the model but it might be a busted clutch spring, would cause it to be engaged full time
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    Re: Never thought I see the day 22 lr. ammo.

    People are buying it all up as they think theres an ammo shortage, theres and ammo shortage because people are buying it all up.

    It would be interesting to see how many rounds your average...
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    Re: Alaskan Sawmill

    If you are going to run a 28 inch with the 44, its worth checking your running a small counter sprocket to lower the gearing on the chain speed. On 66's with 22 inch bars I think we run a 8 tooth ...
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    Buying Advice Re: How important is 4 wheel drive on MX5100?

    4wd is a little money for alot of insurance and safety.
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    Re: Hiab and Logsplitter on a Fordosn Major

    Im very late finding this post but thats some great work! Im looking at doing something simular with a hiab, hopefully will be as successful. Well done!
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