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That plus everything else also would be wrong. To saw against the side supports which is "normal", they would have to be moved to the other side so now the clamp is wrong. Oops, now you are loading against the log clamp instead of the side supports, so lets move the log deck to the other side so that you can now trip over that as you saw. Gotta also reverse the engine so that it is turning backwards. On second thought, I would much rather deal with the sawdust, which is what I already do.
I sit corrected, just watched YouTube video of LX450 with a new design debarker on it. Shows how much I know.
... Maybe a thing to hold the guide fingers ...
, the monorail system still does the best job of meeting my needs.
........ the sawdust shoot in relationship to the operator station is no different in the LX450 than it is in any other walk along control station from Wood-Mizer, LT15 right up through LT70. The sawdust blows out past the operator, in front of and to his/her left. Never a problem unless the wind is wrong and if it did go the other way it would still be a problem if the wind was wrong........
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