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The Turbo Saw has evolved to the point where models have a pusher at-


tached. As the tree is being sawed, it is simultaneously pushed away from the saw operator. Some models come with herbicide tanks that spray while cutting, and jaws to pick up and remove trees after they’ve been cut. The Turbo Saw comes in commercial models as well as models for private landowners that, as Dougherty points out, “run about the same price as fi ve good chainsaws, but are far sturdier.” Dougherty says in some cases the cost share program can pay for the equipment in the end. “It gives the landowner a way to go out and clear the land effi ciently,”


Dougherty says. “Our commercial and tractor products can go 500 hours before you have to change the teeth,” adding that at the commercial level, “we can cut a 10-inch diameter tree in one second.” Over the past dozen years, the Doughertys have grown to where they manu- facture their product in a new facility in Hinton. Welding in the 110-degree Oklahoma summer heat was a “good reminder of what we did not want,” Dougherty says, so the entire indoor shop is air conditioned with a state-of-the art air fi ltering system. Now their welders can work in comfort and safety right next to others operating machines that cut, bend and fashion the saws from sheet metal. “We try to be our own best competition. That has done well for us because


anyone who wants to copy us can’t compete,” Dougherty says. “We have a reputation as a quality product. If you build a name for your product, that’s more important in the marketplace than anything else.” Jimmy Devlin, co-owner with Burke Eagan of Rafter 45 Cedar Service and


The Turbo Saw comes in commercial models as well as models for private landowners.


The Dougherty family puts in many hours on building and enhancing the equipment.


member of Kiwash Electric Cooperative says, “We put a lot of hours on this equipment. I’ve seen some other brands and styles run and there’s no compari- son. It’s head and shoulders above everything else.” And keeping with their Oklahoma-style, family-run business, the Doughertys deliver customer satisfaction. “They bend over backwards to do whatever they need to do,” Devlin says. For more information about the Turbo Saw, visit www.turbo-saw.com or call 888-444-2218.


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