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Been running this yoke of a MF35 for the last 9 years, done about 500 tons, never had to touch it repair wise. Fast and productive machine with the 4way head and the old man handballing stuff to me.

 

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Howdy, I paid about 2500+vat for the splitter and 4way head new (euros).

I made the table myself (20x20cm box and 15mm top plate) double ratchet strapped to the main beam on the splitter. The factory table was too low for me (I'm 185cm tall) , light duty and pricey.

The 35 runs the splitter fast at about 1/4 throttle.

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