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One Man Wood Processor
Putting wood up for winter is a lot easier for Vince Koebensky, Buffalo, Minn., since he built his one-man wood processor equipped with both a 30-in. buzz saw and a 5-in. hydraulic ram splitting wedge.
"It's so easy to run I let my 5-year-old son run the controls while I load the saw and splitter," says Koebensky.
Power's supplied by a 4-cyl., 35 hp. Wisconsin engine that's channeled through a 2-stage, 28 gpm pump to push the 5 by 24-in. splitting ram. The 30-in. buzz saw is engaged by lowering a rubber tire clutch onto the power shaft pulley and the drive shaft pulley. Hydraulics also power a log lift alongside the splitter for lifting big logs onto the splitting table.
The wood processer has electric start and electric lights for night work.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Vince Koebensky Welding, Rt. 1, Box 126-1, Buffalo, Minn. 55313 (ph 612 682-4276).

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1986 - Volume #10, Issue #5