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14 H.P Kohler gas engine

Produces up to 1 bush cord/hour

12 ton ram

8 second ram cycle time

15″ log diameter capability

Up to 21″ cutting length

2-4 way splitter

10 ft log lengths

145/60/13 wheels/tires (rated up to 80 km/hour)

880 lbs overall weight

Bar oil drip system to keep the chain lubricated while cutting

Powder coated and galvanized steel finishes

2 year warranty

3 year engine warranty from Kohler

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£4790 delivered to your address if you go on the woodland mills uk site all the videos and I for is there and as soon as I have one we will be having a demo at my site in South Wales

Will also be posting videos and pictures up on our facebook page and here

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145/60/13 wheels/tires (rated up to 80 km/hour)

 

Why?

 

Seems odd to not fit tyres that can do the legal UK limit of 60 mph for trailers.

 

Fitting F rated tyres to a combination that can exceed their rating sounds very very iffy & possibly has insurance & licencing implications. It def has C&U implications.

 

Tyres are rated for the speed the vehicle can go (or all car would only have L rated 75mph tyres fitted). With allowance for its performance re acceleration, cornering & braking at it load limits.

 

 

 

Has someone mis read the 80 load index on the tyre (for weights up to 450kg each)?

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Do you know the fuel consumption per hour?

 

Will you be selling the fully galved ones too?

 

Any reduction for collection?

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Why?

 

Seems odd to not fit tyres that can do the legal UK limit of 60 mph for trailers.

 

Fitting F rated tyres to a combination that can exceed their rating sounds very very iffy & possibly has insurance & licencing implications. It def has C&U implications.

 

Tyres are rated for the speed the vehicle can go (or all car would only have L rated 75mph tyres fitted). With allowance for its performance re acceleration, cornering & braking at it load limits.

 

 

 

Has someone mis read the 80 load index on the tyre (for weights up to 450kg each)?

 

I am going to guess its because that's how it comes into the UK, many "EU" trailers are speed restricted.

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