Q. How high will the Limbinator Saw reach? A. The Limbinator Saw has an 8 ft. mast, so it will reach 8 feet higher than your tractor or skid steer bucket will raise. For example, if your bucket will raise 12 feet you will be able to trim limbs 20 feet high.
Q. How do you oil the Limbinator Saw? A. The Limbinator Saw is self-oiling by dripping a small amount of hydraulic fluid on the chain while the saw is engaged. This method is trouble free and uses just a small amount of hydraulic fluid.
Q. What happens if the saw gets pinched? A. If the bar gets in a pinch and the chain stops, move your auxiliary lever to neutral and apply a little up-pressure on the saw by moving your bucket, then move the auxiliary lever into the reverse position. The saw chain will reverse and will cut itself free in seconds.
Q. What is the required gallons per minute flow to operate the saw? A. The Limbinator Saw requires 7 gallons per minute to operate. At that rate the speed of the saw is 5000 RPM and is approximately 12 horse power strong. The saw comes with a regulator that regulates higher pressure systems down to 7 gallons per minute to protect the hydraulic motor.