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Can You Use A Hydraulic Chain Saw
If you cut a lot of wood and are tired of handling heavy chain saws, or don't like the loud noise conventional saws make, a new hydraulic chain saw introduced by Stanley Hydraulic Tools may be the answer.
Weighing only 8 lbs., it runs off a tractor or truck hydraulic system. It's equipped with a pistol grip, has the power equivalent of a 5 cu. in. gas-driven chain saw, and is rated at 8 hp. Its chain lubricates automatically.
Models to fit either closed or open center hydraulic systems are available with cutting bars ranging from 12 to 43 in. long, and to tie into tractors or trucks with hydraulic flow rates ranging from 3 to 14 gpn.
Cost for the model with a 3 to 5 gpm flow rate, and a 12 in. cutting bar, is $725.
For more details, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Stanley Hydraulic Tools, 3810 S.E. Naef Road, Milwaukee, Oreg. 97222 (ph 503 659-5660).

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