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Author Topic: tigercats new skidder  (Read 5381 times)

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Offline OH logger

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Re: tigercats new skidder
« Reply #60 on: December 04, 2017, 08:53:26 PM »
And which style pivots do they have?


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Re: tigercats new skidder
« Reply #61 on: December 05, 2017, 07:39:10 PM »

I have both, TJ and a small tractor (by today's standards). I do not use them every day and they are rather new to me. They both get herrrr done. I like them both but of course the tractor is not in the woods much but maneuvers like a real small tractor.

I like the oscillating frame the best because of maintenance. I am dreading replacing the cradle pins in the TJ. I think the oscillator is a simpler design and works well. The cradle has designed in travel limits. It is easier to design the travel snubbers into it.

OK, I have two oscillators.
Somewhere 20 miles south of Lake Erie.

GEHL 5624 skid steer, IHC 300 Utility, Timberjack 225D, Burg Bandsaw mill


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