Will My Cubs Hydraulics Run This??

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Re: Will My Cubs Hydraulics Run This??

Postby v w » Mon Jun 30, 2014 10:21 am

May be fun but way too messy. A local tree service has a tree cutter which clamps the tree, cuts it off with a horizontal circular saw and stuffs it into a chipper which blows the chips into a truck. I have seen it chip a 12 inch tree, pine but I think it could do hardwoods. It's also fun to watch. For clearing a power line this would be ok. Who cares about the mess. Wildlife might like it. Vern

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Re: Will My Cubs Hydraulics Run This??

Postby Smokeycub » Sat Jul 05, 2014 10:20 am

Holy crap! Talk about a multi use tool! Probably need a flak jacket when in you Cub seat!! :shock: lol
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