Danuser Bidirectional Side Saw Teeth Jaws

October 11, 2017
Bidirectional side saw teeth jaws have been added to the jaw options available for the Intimidator tree, post, and rock puller.

Bidirectional side saw teeth jaws have been added to the jaw options available for the Intimidator tree, post, and rock puller.

The replaceable excavator bucket teeth, vertical and side bidirectional saw teeth jaws provide a more aggressive design, allowing the operator to dig, cut, and saw to remove larger trees and stumps, the company says. The synchronized jaws are actuated by a rear-mounted, fully protected 3-inch diameter cylinder, allowing operators to excavate objects without fear of damage to the cylinder. A tapered jaw design means larger objects can be gripped in the back of the jaws, Danuser says, maximizing the pulling force of 21,000 pounds. The frame features a box blade style design that allows the operator to back drag to level ground.

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