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Is the grid before the conveyor really annoying as a heap of debris forms on the ground under it? 

 

It seems a better idea to have a screener at the top of the conveyor that diverts screenings into a bag or barrow.

 

I think I would block the grid up.

 

Is it possible to operate the timber holding clamp with the joystick with the access door open ?

 

Ooh and gdh - what revs do you run the 35 at ? I find less than pto speed (540) it struggles on the large sizes.

 

Thanks

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33 minutes ago, arboriculturist said:

Is the grid before the conveyor really annoying as a heap of debris forms on the ground under it? 

 

It seems a better idea to have a screener at the top of the conveyor that diverts screenings into a bag or barrow.

 

I think I would block the grid up.

 

Is it possible to operate the timber holding clamp with the joystick with the access door open ?

 

Ooh and gdh - what revs do you run the 35 at ? I find less than pto speed (540) it struggles on the large sizes.

 

Thanks

Are you sure that's all the questions? 

 

I don't mind really. ;)

 

The grids not an issue for us because we're moving between boxes but you would need to push the bits out approx every 5 cube if not. 

 

Their grader bolts straight on the end and I'm sure you could cover the base grate or just let it build up if it was an issue.

 

If you open the door everything stops and the splitter reverses so the clamp doesn't work. 

 

We run our 35x at 430 - the processor is designed for 400-430 and there's a display on the processor if you don't trust the tractor. We get no issues with the 6 but it stalls the tractor if you chainsaw and split 12 ways at the same time on big hardwood.

 

I was talking to our mechanic last week about a pto gearbox to turn 540 into 430 which would up the hp to.

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12 hours ago, gdh said:

Are you sure that's all the questions? 

 

I don't mind really. ;)

 

The grids not an issue for us because we're moving between boxes but you would need to push the bits out approx every 5 cube if not. 

 

Their grader bolts straight on the end and I'm sure you could cover the base grate or just let it build up if it was an issue.

 

If you open the door everything stops and the splitter reverses so the clamp doesn't work. 

 

We run our 35x at 430 - the processor is designed for 400-430 and there's a display on the processor if you don't trust the tractor. We get no issues with the 6 but it stalls the tractor if you chainsaw and split 12 ways at the same time on big hardwood.

 

I was talking to our mechanic last week about a pto gearbox to turn 540 into 430 which would up the hp to.

Always nice to have generous people on here !

 

I've never heard of the pto reduction gearbox, that an excellent idea. Running the 35 at 540 and its in the power band and a massive difference. We have had no issues running at 540rpm ever and the processor is faster - change processor every 2 years though. 👍

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