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PTO tree saw (Picture of the saw)

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02-10-2013 05:37:32

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Here is a picture of the pto tree saw that I mentioned yesterday, anyone know the brand or ever seen one like it? What horsepower do you think is needed to use it?

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02-10-2013 18:09:43

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 Re: PTO tree saw (Picture of the saw) in reply to grayrider, 02-10-2013 05:37:32  
I have one that mounts on my skid loader, it's a hicks built saw built by a local man. It doesn't run that fast, perhaps since my loader is a standard flow and not a high flow. It will cut a lot of trees 4-6" in a hurry. I don't think much power is needed for the saws, just take your time and let it eat, don't try raising the lift to break off the stump. That is why I own the saw, previous owner knocked the bearings and seals out of the motor. I bought it cheap and ended up with a new motor since the seals wouldn't hold in the old one.

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02-10-2013 17:46:58

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 Re: PTO tree saw (Picture of the saw) in reply to grayrider, 02-10-2013 05:37:32  
Try looking at the Turbo Saw website. They make a tractor saw and give pretty good description of it. I have never seen one myself though so I can't tell you how good they are. I'd post a link but don't know how to.

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02-10-2013 07:24:59

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 Re: PTO tree saw (Picture of the saw) in reply to grayrider, 02-10-2013 05:37:32  
Well dang, try again I hate a chainsaw.

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02-10-2013 05:38:23

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 Re: PTO tree saw (Picture of the saw) in reply to grayrider, 02-10-2013 05:37:32  
Sorry, picture didn't post?

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