I should add that ours here are Newmac's. They look a little different that what you posted. They throw alot of heat in my experience. They are...
Yes they are worth it.. Very common here in camps etc.
Ferrari's... so easy even a child can drive one
A Rolls is alright I suppose, but a Bentley is more Sporting!;)
Looks exactly the same as my Timber Tuff, except mine is green.
I really like mine. Its pretty accurate and fast. The vise could be a slight bit...
Yes. What is this logger hook?
There is no such thing as a cheap dozer.
Too bad about Pexsupply. Ive been gathering info for a future build, guess I have to scratch them off the list. Wonder what happened.
Just found the price... are you sitting..
$169.00 Aus or $173 USD...
Dont know what the cost is, curious myself.
Its of little use to me though, I dont fret over my rounds being +/- a couple inches, but for some...
If the 90's taught me anything, its that everything is better with laser:p
My gear. Saws are a 51 and 562xp
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Now how long before they start complaining about my stacks??[/quote]
Maybe I'm Mr.Negative,but I think...
Personally i think these European manufacturers are missing out in the "premium" North American splitter market
Hmm.. I think in your case Lumbering, we may have to redefine "noisy" ;)
I have a chinese electric that has a significant "hydraulic whine" when...
True, it's not for huge stuff,but under 12- 14" its super fast. For the wood I got this year, it would fly through 95% of it.
Talking about pulp hooks, this guy sure knows how to use them!;) Love his processor too!
I always liked these euro models for a fast splitter design
I throw them on the top couple rows. Anywheres but the bottom where they would create stability problems.
Can you guys get these Septre gas cans? For a new style they arent bad at all. They pour pretty well and are actually better balanced than the old...
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