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A hydraulic assist for a manual skyline lock


, : A hydraulic assist for a manual skyline lock. USDA Forest Service Research Note, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (NE-247): 2

A manual locking system for tensioning skylines has been improved by adding 2 hydraulic cylinders. The mechanism has increased efficiency by reducing setup and takedown times and hazard to the operating crew.

US$29.90


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