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Loading And Milling Huge Logs, The Crazy F&#$ing Aussie Way  RSS feed

 
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Loading the logs is something I've seen, on a much smaller scale. Both of the milling devices ("mobile miller" AKA "Giant Freaking Blade On A Backhoe Arm" and the "stationary mill" AKA "The 6 Foot Diameter Blade On A 6 And A Half Foot Table") were new to me.

THIS VIDEO IS VERY CRINGE-WORTHY!



PS: Could someone please fix the code/embed the video?
 
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I beat the youtube link into submission for you...

 
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Thank you, much.
 
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