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    What’s Your SMALLER Equipment Setup?

    It looks good. But it would be way overloaded for F350 Single Wheel too. (So don't pine for a different rig too much.)
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    What’s Your SMALLER Equipment Setup?

    90° fitting for fixed chip chutes.
  3. M

    What’s Your SMALLER Equipment Setup?

    Nice chipper chute Colb - being adjustable. To shoot chips straight down beside the chipper wheel or into a can as South Sound referred to, a light weight 45° plastic culvert fitting works well. Shade cloth wrapped around top of wheeled or unheeded garbage can keeps it all in place.
  4. M

    What’s Your SMALLER Equipment Setup?

    Good to know. You've probably seen the lumber racks that keep the back bar stored conveniently on one side, then you just put it crossways in place and pin it when needed for support.
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    What’s Your SMALLER Equipment Setup?

    Even if intending to never have a top on it that bar would be easy to make removable for when not needed. I have about three foot tall sides and most commonly run a flat tarp made out of trampoline fabric. That stuff is hearty, lets lots of air through, and rolls up to have open top for wood...
  6. M

    What’s Your SMALLER Equipment Setup?

    Nice. I tried viewing their website on my phone. Couldn't get specs - I'll look on computer later. What is max dump capacity in your experience?
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    What’s Your SMALLER Equipment Setup?

    Just wondering if there was one like yours commercially available. Thank you. When I bought one in steel almost twenty years ago it paid to do a lot of research as quality and capability varied so much. Even the one I bought needed to be beefed up to handle max loads doing tree service work...
  8. M

    Long ship auger bits at good prices

    Nice. Long....think I've seen four and five footers available from TreeStuff.
  9. M

    3:1 pretension on porta wrap (?s)

    Rope jack on 1/2 inch. Up to about 1500 lbs pretension.
  10. M

    Lift for crane removals.

    Uhhhh....all excuses removed. :)
  11. M

    What’s Your SMALLER Equipment Setup?

    Evo, I will need to get another pickup dump insert some day. Is one like yours available for sale? I live near the ocean and have 1/8 sheet metal rusting through all over mine.
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    X ring or thimble

    Oh... (can't edit my post.) He also did checks with a digital thermometer every so often during test. Did that with same log lifted by crane lowered, lifted relowered. I'm so glad we had fun badgering that guy and chasing him and his unpublished information away. (Sarcastic voice.)
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    X ring or thimble

    There was a guy who used to post here a lot. An innovator/inventor, he made a machine to run clean rope continuously through a ring and test its longevity. He could tell you time to failure in a single spot on each of the types/mfg of rings. I believe he would whole heartedly agree with you...
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    Vermeer Chipper BC 700 xl Lemon

    yes, click on my name and select "start a conversation."
  15. M

    What’s Your SMALLER Equipment Setup?

    @treebing should chime in. I think he used to roll out with the most compact set up I have ever heard of.
  16. M

    What’s Your SMALLER Equipment Setup?

    HA! I used to try to not spend money on equipment. I unloaded a pickup with a potato rake for years. (I'm an hour north of San Fran - just give that area as a well known spot for the citizens of the world that post here.)
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    Vermeer Chipper BC 700 xl Lemon

    By the way @Abovealltrees will get a notification sent to a you (or any member if you use their log in name) when you want to get someones attention.
  18. M

    Vermeer Chipper BC 700 xl Lemon

    I dont have the right personality to be an offer guy. What is the least you would take for it and be able to move on?
  19. M

    What’s Your SMALLER Equipment Setup?

    Potato rake with 10 inch tines would turbo charge that, no?
  20. M

    Chipping/Shredding Coconuts and fronds.

    Bandit advises using one of their chippers that has the knives chipping 90 degrees to the feed of the fronds. For instance their 90XP chips up to 9 inch material but feeds at a 45 degree angle to better cut through the wood fibers while their 95XP does the same size material feeding at a 90...

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