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Author Topic: Slasher saw, small, medium flow hydraulics, short bed; Who makes one?  (Read 1396 times)

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I'm looking for a source / manufacturer that can provide a hydraulically operated, short-bed, medium flow (20-30 gpm), hydraucally operated slasher-type-saw to saw trunks, crotches, butts, etc. It needs to have a floor or deck immediately behind (upstream) the saw bar in order to support the relatively short length of a stump, trunk, butt, or so forth. It needs to have a mechanism to hold down the said short length for sawing.

The only slasher saws I've seen are designed for long-length material.

I'm looking for one to use for sawing up the sometimes-large, bulky trunk waste generated by loader/slasher operations. The stump-end / crotch-stuff that's left behind.

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