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Offline HolmenTree

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Re: Chain breaker and spinner
« Reply #60 on: January 28, 2017, 07:13:00 pm »
Was looking at some carbide insert harvester chain ('Chain-Serts') - their repair instructions specifically said to peen over their rivets with a hammer, suggesting that they could ruin a spinner. Not sure if the Oregon DuraMax spinner / breaker would work.

Philbert
I have one of their samples they mailed to me a few years. I was on  MasterBlaster Treehouse site when the Chain-Sert company thought they might find some business. They offered all members a free sample.
Well I guess there was quite a few other then me, because they never posted on the site ever again.
I sent them an  email with all the addresses of all the big logging contractors I know, and they thanked me.
But I cautioned them they won't find much interest from a group of tree monkey hippies on the Tree House site :D

Their product is a pretty cool engineered chain for mechanical harvesters.


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