Yep, if it fits the bar mount and sprocket, it’ll pull it with no harm... as long as the chain is sharp.
Not a horrific example, but way back in the day I’d run 36” bar with normal (non skip chain) on an 044 in south east hardwoods... slow, but it works fine.
Options affect pricing, so does the shortage. Mine is a 33k GVW, 350HP/Allison, plumbed for trailer brakes, dual 50 gallon tanks, power mirrors and windows, differential lock, 7/16” 120ksi frame… those are the high points that come to mind.
The best estimate is the TNA weighs ~20lb more than the BMG.... it’s rated for 3klb, something like the Toro 1000, Ditch Witch 1050, etc are just fine . Ironically, the BMG was built back in the mid 2000s for the company running Thomas mini skids.
TNA and BMG started at the same place. The...
This had me scratching my head... did a little pondering and research learning a bit along the way.
If so, it is named after an executioner in Middlesex from the late 1500s to early 1600s named Thomas Derrick. He died around 1608 after executing an estimated 3000 people.
They’re very similar in weight. The TNE is made from stronger steel (AR400 side plates for example), opens wider, internal hose routing, wider pusher, pin on both bollards for tying off a rope, teeth inside the tip of the jaws for grabbing larger diameter wood more securely.
Missed the price...