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Zmcraney

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My grandpaw would have had a blast on one of those things. That video just makes you want to go buy a bunch of flannel shirts, grow a beard, and wreak havoc on every tree in sight!!
 

Mike Garrett RAA

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Did you check out the larger version?
 

Zmcraney

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I just saw the first one in the video. I didn't watch all of it
 

TEL2002

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Dang, ole Paul Bunyon must be turning over in his grave.
 

Dee Dee

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I'll add one of those to my wish list. :)
 

Patti Jury

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We need a few thousand of those things to go clear what can be cleared of Beetle kill up in Northwestern Colorado. Grand County is one brown county.
 

CANative

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Ohhh, the treemanity of it!

LOL... Awesome machines.
 

Smokey Bear

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And loggers think the spotted owl is putting them out of business!
 

Dave Smith

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Its a "processor."

"And loggers think the spotted owl is putting them out of business!"

That is a logger running the rig. Most of the logging companies in northern Wisconsin use "processors," which is what they call those things. Very few loggers use any other kind of rig any more.
 
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