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Re: new toy

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TimV

07-25-2014 05:33:37
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I'd be interested to get your report on how it works, Glennster. Got an old one myself, but find it's often more of a pain than it's worth to use due to it not wanting to hold tightly enough, or stay secured long enough for me to get back in the tractor seat and tighten it up, or the chains (the arms are connected by chains, not a linkage like yours has) will tangle and it won't tighten up properly. For most things, I just use a chain with a choke ring, but there's times one of those would come in handy if it works. What do you plan on using it on?

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glennster

07-25-2014 06:44:53
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 Re: new toy in reply to TimV, 07-25-2014 05:33:37  
i have a lot of scub trees growing in my evergreens and near the fruit trees. also, pulled a lot of stumps with the backhoe and need to grun the roots out. i'll post some pics of it working.



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George Marsh

07-25-2014 11:30:01
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 Re: new toy in reply to glennster, 07-25-2014 06:44:53  
glennster,
Please include a pic of the smallest tree you can remove. I can get the bigger ones with a chain or hoe. It's the small one that's too big to pull by hand and too close to something to dig out with a shovel that I want to get rid of. George



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glennster

07-25-2014 12:52:11
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 Re: new toy in reply to George Marsh, 07-25-2014 11:30:01  
will do george. same problem here, the big ones are easy to get out, its the smaller ones that you cant chain up, or they are too close to something. i am getting mulberry trees growing inside the fences around my fruit trees, and this should be the ticket to pluck em out. i 'll get some pics this weekend. swmbo is gonna run the skidder for me while i hook em up.



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