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Author Topic: Timber King 1220 Hydraulic Diesel  (Read 3236 times)

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Offline shannonmcelroy

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Timber King 1220 Hydraulic Diesel
« on: October 01, 2016, 08:16:07 pm »
I am upgrading to a timber harvester and have no use for the timber king anylonger.
This is a 2012 TK 1220. cuts 28 inch, fits 31 inch log and 20 foot long. The frame has been welded solid and the trailor has been welded also. Ive added some quick drop jacks for quick setup. 2x2 tubing for the stops and added hydraulics. The mill now moves back and forth with hydraulics and a hydraulic log loader setup on quick connects. I put a 17 HP kabota diesel on the mill a few months ago that has 500 hours on it this allowed me to cut 150-200 board foot an hour pretty easy. Buyer will be responsible for transport or I can bring it to you for a fee. I am asking 10,000 for the mill, you can PM me if you are interested and thanks.
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36-25 HTD Timber Harvester, TK 1220 diesel hydraulic

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Re: Timber King 1220 Hydraulic Diesel
« Reply #1 on: November 16, 2016, 08:33:23 pm »
down to 9000 now. thanks for looking
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Re: Timber King 1220 Hydraulic Diesel
« Reply #2 on: March 20, 2017, 04:10:23 pm »
If the mill remains available, let me know.  I'm in the market.

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Re: Timber King 1220 Hydraulic Diesel
« Reply #3 on: August 30, 2017, 10:59:04 pm »
Is the mill still available?

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Re: Timber King 1220 Hydraulic Diesel
« Reply #4 on: August 31, 2017, 09:50:56 pm »
sorry the mill sold along time ago, ill try to delete the post.
36-25 HTD Timber Harvester, TK 1220 diesel hydraulic

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Re: Timber King 1220 Hydraulic Diesel
« Reply #5 on: September 08, 2017, 10:01:38 am »
Your transformer pole in the second picture is concerning...
I've never seen one with that much lean.

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Re: Timber King 1220 Hydraulic Diesel
« Reply #6 on: September 08, 2017, 02:24:37 pm »
Your transformer pole in the second picture is concerning...
I've never seen one with that much lean.
Came up on an accident along the highway by a neighbors pasture the other day, a man and his son were going to pick up a box for the truck they were driving and had to swerve to miss the lady in front as she took a very fast sharp right to take a phone call of course.  Chevy duramax cab/chassis went across the highway sideswiped the power pole and snapped it off clean, did quite the number on the truck frame as well, they'd already bought the box as well  :-\.  They took quite a ride and I wasn't feeling real comfortable fixing the fence they went through under the power lines that were holding the pole up, but figured we better keep the neighbor's cows in before something else happened, not sure if they tried to drive it back home or not, they were over 2 hours from home, had to blow one front tire back on the bead, it could have been much worse.