Which Marshall Tree Saw Is Best For Me?

That is a question that can best be answered by taking a few minutes and speaking with a friendly and knowledgeable Marshall Tree Saw Field Trained Specialist. The following questions help determine what model of the Marshall Tree Saw best fits your needs.

  • What size skid-steer do you currently own (or going to buy)?
  • What type of unwanted vegetation are you removing?
  • How many acres need clearing?
  • What is the average diameter you’re cutting?
  • Do you need to apply herbicides?
  • Are you doing this commercially or just on your land?

You can also get a quick, no obligation conversation by calling Troy Kuske at 918-645-1069 for answers. Or contact Marshall Tree Saw to find a dealer in your area!

See the Marshall Tree Saw in Action!

When it comes to removing trees, the Marshall Tree Saw is the best and only choice! With its Unprecedented Speed, Heavy-Duty Construction, and Low Maintenance, the Marshall Tree Saw is the perfect choice for removing hundreds of trees!

Marshall Tree Saw Machine

Maintenance

  • Tighten blade bolts
  • Clean Screen at bottom of breather vents in the back of cylinders with a wire brush – to allow cylinders to breathe
  • Tighten jam nuts joining the chain to the ram

The powerful Marshall Tree Saw enables the operator to clear, pile and cut trees quickly and efficiently! The saw is capable of cutting hundreds of trees an hour. Cutting at or below ground level, the saw makes short work of full grown trees. Unlike other blades, rock, dirt and mud do not comprise the performance of the uniquely powerful Marshall Tree Saw blade.

Manufacturing begins with high-carbon abrasion resistant steel. All steel parts are laser cut for precision. All bushings and mounting shafts are fabricated from heat-treated steel to reduce wear, engineered for efficiency and safety. The saw’s bi-directional hydraulics allows the slowly rotating blade to cut left-to-right or right-to-left, increasing productivity while safely directing the cut trees away from the operator. Teeth located on either side of the blade hold the trees securely in place during cutting and moving. The A-frame bar used for moving and piling the cut trees provides added protection for the operator.

The saw is built for durable, dependable service over the long haul, and engineered for easy maintenance. The chain and blade’s adjustable, self-oiling system operates with any oil, including used. The mounting shaft and bushings are easily greased from a single point, making downtime for routine maintenance both short and affordable. All critical parts are designed for easy replacements, thus extending the operational life of the saw.