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dentwizz
I am trying to decide what mode of transit to mount my 12" branch chainsaw on the back of the bushwhacking B210 for field work. I have a sickle unit mounted and a rear counterwieght and the target is to not have to do any excess chassis drilling. So far it seems like it will be an adaptation of a chain-bar scabbard cover mounted vertical. Perhaps tieing into the rear tiller pin locations?

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rokon2813
My thought would be diagonal attached to the front grill for the scabbard, major weight of the engine resting on a rubber pad on the hood? Small bolts or heavy zip ties through the grill screen, no drilling at all

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dentwizz
A good thought but on this particular unit there is no grill and there is a modified push bumper coming from the headlight mounts for pushing fence gates. Hence the leaning toward rear mount.

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