Start Time: 2011-01-25 AT: 21:12:14 End Time: 2011-02-01 AT: 21:12:14 Time Left:0 0s
Item Location: Hesston, KS Item Site: US Item Postal Code: No Offer Item Ship To Location: US Item Shipping Type: Flat Item Service Cost: Not Define Item Insurance Cost: No Offer
Seller ID: roger4ever Feed Back Rating Star: Purple Feed Back Score: 832 Positive Feed Back Percentage: 100.0%
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I've done what I needed to do with my sawmill, put up enough walnut to last through retirement.
It has a Kohler Magnum 16 motor. This will handle 16'+ long and 30"
diameter logs, a little larger with some finagling. It has manual controls
but they are motorized, none of this cranking business. It also has the
winch/ramp loading system. This works fine, it just takes longer than
using a loader tractor, but I did use this on occasion when I was
cutting off site.
The sawmill is portable though it would need the lights reworked on it, but it trailers just fine, tires are good.
Feel free to contact me for more information or pictures. Delivery is a possibility, contact me for details. On Jan-26-11 at 11:39:07 PST, seller added the following information:
Several folks have asked for more information on specific items or concerns. The unit has 1030 hours on it. I have had the machine for perhaps 4 years. When I got the unit it had just under 500 hours. I didn't use the saw for all those, instead left the key on with the accessories running until the battery was drained. Such is life. I have replaced the pillow block bearing on the pulley within the last 10 hours, I bought one from IBT, not some el cheapo and it has worked flawlessly since. If the saw sits for a long period of time it starts a lot easier with some starting fluid, but this should come as no surprise. I also have roughly 20 new blades that will be included. I have the owners and maintenance manuals for the machine as well. The order for the mill was made in late 1986 and I believe the unit is an '87. Once again, please do not hesitate to ask any questions. I have had some requests for additional photos which can be found with the following link to the album. http://s1232.photobucket.com/albums/ff375/bikin_it/Sawmill/
On Jan-26-11 at 11:46:02 PST, seller added the following information:
Just to clarify, this unit does not have any hydraulic system. It is manual load, clamp and turn. The feed and the height set are run by electric motors.
On Jan-29-11 at 17:08:45 PST, seller added the following information:
It has electric start, the starter was replaced within the last 15 hours