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Author Topic: Forcat 2000 VS Conventional Log skidder  (Read 41896 times)

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Offline motohed

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Re: Forcat 2000 VS Conventional Log skidder
« Reply #60 on: December 25, 2009, 03:20:01 PM »
Somethings need to be clarified, the gas powered unit does not exsist anymore, we phased it out because of overheating and lack of power, the new unit has a 36 hp Perkins deisel engine and can skid up 3 times it's own weight 4100 lbs X 3 = 12300 lbs , as for parts we have all parts in stock and ready to ship to anywhere in North America within 24 hours.  I have included a link for our new video   and tech specs for your review, we will also in the very near future offer this unit with a standard skidsteer plate front and rear so all the attachments you see at this link http://www.quick-attach.com/  will fit onto the machine, also the name of the machine has been changed to OXTRAC.
This thing looks good on flat ground . I would like to see it in action in rocky terrain , muddy terrain , etc . I had never given these small machines much chance before owning a skidsteer , the one I have is mighty powerful being a Bobcat T 320 . I have grappled a 16 foot oak lod that was 48 to 50 + inches in diameter and carried it away with little to no problem . I know it is considerably larger and more horse power than your forcat .  I am also amazed with the my 16" feller buncher schear head , which I use on it for clearing firewood trees etc . I always thought bigger was better ,but these compact machines pack a lot of punch for a machine of their size . I wish I had a hot saw head for sawlogs , but for now we cut saw log timber with chainsaws and wedges like most everyone else I supose .
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Re: Forcat 2000 VS Conventional Log skidder
« Reply #61 on: June 08, 2010, 12:52:08 AM »
This unit is a forwarder but its forcat size. There's a neat video of it on youtube. Made in Japan by Canycom.

http://canycomsales.com/menu/products/by460.php


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