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trencher

Discussion in 'Compact Track/Multi Terrain Loaders' started by Bluewave, Sep 24, 2021.

  1. Bluewave

    Bluewave Member

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    I have a Digga trencher with the combo chain on a XHF 1500 series. Im about to trench 6000 feet in middle TN and wanted to swap to a chain with bullet teeth. So first question, has anyone ran the straight digtac chain with good results in rocky/shale/calechee type material? Or anyone with bullet teeth chains can give feed back? Running on a 333G or KX80-4


    Premier attachment has this 50/50 chain.
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    ive seen a picture of this bradco one.
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    what I am really wanting is something like this, im not sure its possible but sure would be awesome in shale and rock
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