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Author Topic: Does anyone have any experience with CRD Metalworks/Rapido Loco processor?  (Read 4944 times)

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After reading this thread, other things I've heard about CRD, and the fact they don't communicate, I'd buy any other processor over a CRD.
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The only advantage I see with a CRD is that it seems to be a simple machine with the parts readily available nationwide.
I bet if this was recession time they would be hounding you to purchase. Probably with incentives..... 

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I run a Timberwolf Pro HD. All off the shelf bearings, chains, sprockets, etc. It's not a slasher saw, but I've been impressed with it, despite extreme abuse by the previous owner.
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I think C.R.D. is the guy that ran Sawmill tool and service in the ground.

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I think C.R.D. is the guy that ran Sawmill tool and service in the ground.
Can you elaborate?


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