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As you probably already noticed, the tool has two hooks instead of one, which in some instances might make it grab and hold onto logs easier.
The log lifter is the longest on this list, measuring 60 inches in length. Now because the tool is made from fiberglass, has a steel rod running inside of it, and is 60 inches long it weighs a lot — 24 pounds to be exact.
As specified, the timberjack can grab logs up to 20 inches in diameter, but as always, you can expect to use it on even slightly bigger logs.
The grip is made from textured rubber, which is always a good thing as it makes the handling of the tool a lot more comfortable and easy particularly so during long work days.
The range of supported diameter logs is very limited — as example, the Woodchuck Tools log jack can handle logs way down from about 6 inches to the higher 20 inches, while this one only best works on logs in the inch range, i find.
It also weighs quite a bit. If you are in your later years, or simply think that using such a heavy tool is too much, then i would suggest purchasing the Woodchuck Tools one.
This tool check it out on Amazon supports big logs, is mostly two times less expensive than the Woodchuck Tools timberjack, has a long handle, and has an additional feature of being turned into a cant hook.
Is it worth saving some money getting this log jack? In my opinion no, as it think the Woodchuck is still better, but as always, you are free to disagree.
First, i should point out that the handle of this log lifter is made from wood. It can as well be turned into a cant hook if you need be, as the stand is easily removable by bolts.
The supported log diameter is around inches; as always, you should be able to grab a little smaller or even larger logs than defined.
You can expect this log lifter to be mostly about two times cheaper than the Woodchuck Tools one. As pointed out in the feature section, the handle is made from wood.
In my opinion it is a major problem, especially for a timberjack — you will be putting it through a lot of stress, meaning you can break the handle easier than if it would be from aluminum or fiberglass.
The supported tree diameters are small — that might be enough for you, but in my opinion, having a log jack which supports bigger dimensions in a higher range is more important.
I guess you have already noticed that this log jack along with the second one on this list is from the same company.
These tools even look alike — the only real difference is their length and accepted log diameter. Once again, this one too has a synthetic, more specifically, fiberglass handle which also has a steel rod inside of it, for extra reinforcement.
Just like the first Roughneck log lifter on this list, it also has two hooks instead of one, which should grab and hold onto logs you want to buck better.
The A-frame stand which is used to elevate logs off the ground can once again be removed even here, turning the tool into a cant hook.
It weighs 17 pounds — that is a whole 7 pounds lighter than the first timberjack of this company i showcase on this list, which is probably because this tool is 12 inches shorter.
And just like many other log jacks on this list except the wooden one , it also has a rubber grip, which is always a welcoming addition.
It can only handle logs up to 16 inches in diameter, which is not the 20 inch maximum some other alternatives have.
Just like many of the tools on this list, this one also has some weight to it. The tool affiliate link is almost exactly the same as the first one from this company, just shorter, and because of it lighter.
The log lifter, just like all of them from Roughneck, has the same fiberglass handle with some steel in it for extra toughness. Has one hook, as opposed to two the other ones from this company had.
Having just one hook will still do the trick, just that obviously having extra may make the thing work better.
The maximum supported tree size is 12 inches, which is second smallest from the Ironton, and the smallest one from the three of the same company.
As with many of the ones on this list, you can also remove the log jacking frame on this too and turn the log lifter into a cant hook, with the removal of some bolts.
The gripping part of the handle is also padded with rubber, so it would be more comfortable to use. Again, the product weighs not too little. Log diameter range is also very small.
That might be enough for your needs, but having a tool which can be used on larger logs in bigger range is always better. This log jack supports smaller diameter logs, has a long handle, but even then weighs quite a bit.
As i said before, if you will be only bucking small trees, then this just might be enough for you. You can get this log lifter on Amazon.
I am going to be blunt here. I think you have already noticed that in my opinion, the best choice is the Woodchuck Tools one.
But why? The traditional color of all Timberjack products was a reddish orange. In , the color was changed to green with black and yellow trim.
John Deere purchased Timberjack and continued the green, black and yellow paint scheme. Timberjack was owned by the Eaton Corporation in the s, s and early s.
In Timberjack made a leveraged buyout from Eaton to become an independent company. After a short period carrying the double-name FMG-Timberjack, in Timberjack became the brandname for the group.
As of June, , at the forestry fair "Florence Wood", the Timberjack product line was discontinued, and John Deere, its parent company, became the largest single brand of forestry equipment.
Its global market share for both cut-to-length and full tree equipment was very strong shortly after the acquisition.
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