Farmi Winch Accessories

Skidding Chain's

Pulling out the winch cable and carrying heavy chains to the felled trees has typically been the hardest part of a winching and skidding operation.
The unique Farmi sensor and brake system makes it easy to pull out the cable.  Farmi skidding chains are light in weight, but strong, as they are made of top quality materials such as boron steel.  A time-saving push pin is fastened to the chains.  This pin makes it easy to pass the chain underneath a felled tree.  The pin is pushed underneath the tree and then the chain is pulled through from the pin.

JK208

JK300

JK600

JK 208 - Boron steel skidding chain assembly, grade 70 chain, 1/4 inch diameter, 68 inches long with 9 inch push pin & choker hook. Breaking strength 10,200 lbs. For use on Farmi JL290 & JL351P models. 
Weight: 4.5 lbs.

JK 300 - Boron steel skidding chain assembly, grade 70 chain, 5/16 inch diameter, 96 inches long with 9 inch push pin & choker hook. Breaking strength 18,800 lbs. For use on all Farmi models.
Weight: 8 lbs.

JK 600 Long Link - Boron steel skidding chain assembly, 3/8 inch diameter chain for use with the new CAST LL6 sliders (also works with older stamped LL6 sliders), grade 70 chain, 96 inches long with 9 inch push pin & choker hook. Breaking strength: 26,400 lbs. For use on Skidders and Farmi JL601, JL2/601, JL60T & JL61 winch models.
Weight:15 lbs.

Choker Hook's

H8 - Choker Hook fits 5/16" chain.

H10 - Choker Hook fits 3/8" chain.

Keyhole Slider's

The LL2 slider is mounted on cable up to 1/2 inch in diameter, and grabs skidding chains up to 5/16 inch.
The LL6 slider is mounted on cable from 9/16 inch up to 3/4 inch in diameter, and grabs skidding chains from 5/16 inch to 7/16 inch.

Self Realease Snatch Block

TP14 - Whenever an obstacle lies in the direct path from the winch to the felled tree, a self-releasing snatchblock will allow the forester to pull the load around the obstacle. 
The snatchblock is attached to an anchor tree that has an unobstructed path to both the tree and the winch.  It is attached with a nylon strap, which prevents damage to the tree.  The automatic cable release (a spring-loaded finger) works only when the pulley is turned upside down, which is when the release mechanism is facing the ground.  When the keyhole slider on the cable hits the spring-loaded retaining finger on the snatchblock, the pin is pushed out of the way, allowing the cable to fall away from the pulley.  The load then changes direction toward the winch.  The self-releasing snatchblock can be used with 1/2" and smaller cable.