Roughneck Double Hook Steel Core A-Frame Timberjack - 48in.L
Roughneck Double Hook Steel Core A-Frame Timberjac
I have used some sort of leverage or Peavey Pole for 54 years starting at my grandfathers knees holding a log in place for him to cut. I saw this after recovering an Oak Tree from my neighbors yard using a 6' bar and a jack. I tried it right out of the box without tightening the bolts - MAGIC. I moved one log around at ease and lifted it into a cutting position with no help. My help watched with a big smile on her face!
September 4, 2014
I purchaced a roughneck logging tool and I am completely satisfied with the quality and workman ship of this tool. I wood recommend this company to all my friends
June 18, 2014
Product is as advetized
I have not used as yet but it is easy to put to gather and is very heavy duty.
May 5, 2014
Awsome 48" timber jack
The first time I used this tool I moved a 10 foot long 18 inch diameter log. I could roll the log with 1 hand.
This is an awesome product, a big improvement over wood handle peavy or cant hook. As a side note my grandfather owned a sawmill and I learned at a young age how to move logs.
May 3, 2014
Just cut down a 16 -18 in. sweet gum tree, that stood 25 ft, tall, the Timberjack works as clamed, had tree cut up and cleared in 4 hours. A-frame stand kept chain saw chains from running into the ground. I would highly recommend it.
April 22, 2014
This tool is heavy, but strong. It works with logs of varying sizes, small to large. This tool is very effective to lift logs. It would not be especially effective to roll logs (i.e., not a can't hook).
April 21, 2014
Everything I expected
This is a great product. Well constructed with quality materials. This takes a lot of the back breaking work out of cutting fire wood. I would highly recommend it.
April 18, 2014
This Timberjack works very well, only problem is I wish it had a little more over center action with a largeer stop to keep the log from rolling down the handle.
February 14, 2014
Back & Time Saver
i just used this for the first time to cut up 4 downed trees on my property. 1 hickory, 1 birch and 2 red oak. No more breaking my back trying to lift long logs to prop them up or turn them to keep my chainsaw blade out of the dirt. I cut these up in record time and the timber jack handled them with ease. I pushed the diameter limit on about an 18-20" red oak. No problem. I was concerned that the weight of the oak might bend the handle--no chance. Tool is sturdy and does the job as expected.
February 4, 2014