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Anyone here running Timberpro gear?

Discussion in 'Forestry Equipment' started by Hallback, Nov 4, 2021.

  1. Hallback

    Hallback Senior Member

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    How do you like it?
     
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    hoechucker Well-Known Member

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    We don't have any in our area that I can think of off hand but I saw a quick video of a timberpro shovel. I'd like to see more of it
     
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    Debraie had a big Timberpro buncher he tethered I think, I never really heard what they thought of it, not sure if he still has it even. It's the only one I have ever seen anywhere.
     
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    Hallback Senior Member

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    Is that yours? What a beast.
     
  6. Hallback

    Hallback Senior Member

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    Yessir.
    106k ready to cut. 30.5' reach, 27" head.
     
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    Where are those built?
     
  8. Hallback

    Hallback Senior Member

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    Wisconsin
     
  9. Hallback

    Hallback Senior Member

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    Designed for Westcoast use
     
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    Hallback Senior Member

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    No, it's real.
    They have some modifications to do from that one but it should be released by june.
     
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    There is a video of it on YouTube but I can't remember where to find it
     
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    I’ve got a customer who has 2 timberpro bunchers. An older TL725 b which is a miserable s.o.b to work on and a newer TL735 which I don’t have to touch much yet but is way better designed.
     
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    They have good components (QSL9,Rexroth,lohman,ect) so we'll see!
     
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    Is that the biggest timberpro they make?
     
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    Hallback Senior Member

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    It is
     
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    Mike L Senior Member

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    That’s a huge bitch!
     
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    Hallback Senior Member

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    107k & some change
     
  20. Mike L

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    So how is it?