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 09-18-2008, 16:23 Post: 156749
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I am looking for feedback and thoughts on this cutter please. They have videos on it. kt






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 09-18-2008, 16:55 Post: 156750
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Seems like should have some sort of spring loaded breakaway mount to prevent damage from hitting stuff it can't cut. Maybe mounting something like a DR brush cutter on a loader would be more flexible and allow cutting a few inches on the backside of fence posts and other obstacles.

But I didn't spend much time looking and reading so I could have missed that part of the story.






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 09-19-2008, 00:46 Post: 156757
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Are you talking about a string trimmer replacement head?






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 09-19-2008, 07:49 Post: 156765
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No. Unless they have something else all I saw was a heavy duty sickle bar cutter. Designed for low hyd oil needs (3 gpm) and for up to 1 1/2 material. It was recommended to someone else and I looked to see what it was and liked it. It is about 3 ft cutting length (if memory from yesterday is correct) but designed to mount on a bucket or such to give more placement control and flexibility. Just hard to believe as long and as much as I have looked for something along this line it never turned up. Makes me wonder about the product. kt






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 09-19-2008, 09:20 Post: 156772
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Found it (it's spelled Samurai).

As you know, hydraulic-powered sickle-bars are a proven implement, and these guys designed a clever bucket-attachment. It's like adding a super-flexible attachment to your most flexible attachment!

Whatever the video may show, I somehow can't believe that any sickle-bar will go through a 1.5" tree-trunk like a chain-saw. Looks like it would be a bit of work to install and cost a bit to buy, but that it would work like no other attachment. If you get one, let us know. (If you order one from the maker, the Canadian dollar is down to about 94 cents at the moment.)






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 09-19-2008, 12:11 Post: 156778
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As to the spelling,I copied and pasted that from another site and did not pay EW attention to it. Did you try the link in my post?

I really would like to hear from someone who has used, owned or at least seen one work. Quoted me $1,300 plus shipping which I think was $70. Seems reasonable. kt






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 09-19-2008, 12:16 Post: 156779
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You could always hire a sword-wielding Samurai to ride in the bucket and see how well he works before buying Smile






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 09-19-2008, 13:56 Post: 156783
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You could always hire a sword-wielding Samurai to ride in the bucket and see how well he works before buying Smile



Ken, you mean EW? What a great idea...then EW could use machette or chain saw or hedge trimmer which ever is best.

You know typing this...wonder how a gas prowered hedge trimmer would work. The Husky I have will cut small limbs, not sure if an inch stuff, right well.






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 09-20-2008, 09:24 Post: 156797
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Sorry, I neglected to click on the site you posted. The price quoted must be Canadian, so you can deduct about 5%.

Yes, I'm sure you could fabricate a bucket bracket (maybe not the sliding feature) for a gas one. An alternative would be to hard-wire an inverter (mine is 2000w) so you could use an electric one. Less powerful, but cheaper, lighter, simpler. (I use the inverter to plug in other things like chainsaws.)






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 09-28-2008, 22:43 Post: 156908
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I have a Samurai and like it. Photos and videos of it mounted on my Ventrac are shown in the Samurai Website. I find it will cut 1.25" saplings easily, but for larger stems you have to drive slowly and let the knife make several cuts. It is a real time and worksaver for me in maintaining trails by removing the growth that encroaches from the sides.

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