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Southern Oklahoma’s Arbuckle Mountains is home to Turner Falls State Park, which draws thousands of visitors each year. In 1968, the city of Davis, Okla., took over the operation of Turner Falls. Over the years, the park regained its popularity and Davis’s officials determined that the increasing number of visitors to the park called for an alternate access road.

When the Eagle Mountain/Saginaw Independent School District realized it needed additional elementary school facilities, time became a big concern. The school district would have to have the facilities ready to open by the spring of 2008. The 6-acre (2.4 ha) building site is located directly across the street from a heavily populated residential area in Fort Worth, Texas.

IronWolf’s Slasher models incorporate “split system hydraulics” that use two independent hydraulic systems to rotate the cutter drum. Standing trees, brush and stumps succumb to IronWolf’s Slasher’s 10-ft. (3 m) wide mouth.

IronWolf’s 540 and 548 Crusher models incorporate “split system hydraulics” that use two independent hydraulic systems to rotate the cutter drum. The Crusher consists of a cutter drum and housing, and an auxiliary power unit, dedicated entirely to driving the cutter head, and mounts on the rear of the loader.

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