The handling of logs makes many demands on equipment: tire size, axles, hold-down devices, transmissions, etc. It is only in the last few years that equipment specifically for the logging industry has been developed. This paper describes the slow process from early fork lift trucks adapted for logging to today's specifically designed equipment. Typical examples are pictured.
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