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    www.turbo-saw.com

    Anyone ever use a tractor saw like this one at www.turbo-saw.com ? Looks pretty slick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrFeelgood View Post
    Anyone ever use a tractor saw like this one at Turbo Saw - Tree and Brush Cutter and Skid Steer Attachments ? Looks pretty slick.
    Never seen it but it looks pretty cool.
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    One better have a lot of wood to cut to spend a lot of wood on that implement; though it is neat.
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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    Another neat tool is the "TreeChopper" by DR Power. Not quite the same at all but pretty cool. It works on most ATVs. Check it out on YouTube. It's an interesting watch.

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    not sure why this goes in the utility section instead of implements and attachments.

    I think that location is close to the original habitat for osage orande, hedge apple, mock orange etc. If they think you are going to just back up to one of those pricker infested things with a 10 inch diameter stump they must grow in their location more like the bow wood name for that species than what I have.

    If you really don't like a tree with less than a 10 inch diameter and have a utility tractor chances are if you attach the chain high enough it can be pulled over and out. That is me chain or chain saw. I also suspect if a rotary cutter brush hog stump jumper kind of thing will work for smaller stuff all the abuse the stump will get probably will make it somewhat less productive for future shoots. Could be wrong.

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    I moved the thread. Thanks for pointing that out.
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