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As we anxiously await the delivery of our first EVO machine, I've been wondering about any modifications or add on equipment that would increase productivity.  What have you added to your machine that has helped increase efficiency?   

I've been considering a hydraulic driven welder, like this. 

https://www.zena.net/htdocs/welders/hyd_wld_2nd.shtml

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We don't have a tracked driver, but a simple thing I like on a post driving machine is tool storage. Organized tool storage. Stocked with things like chain strainers, wire cutters, pliers, crimp sleeves, brace pins, etc... Keeps from dragging tools in and out of the truck and keeps them easily accessible. I also like a mounted spinning jenny to pull wire off to build braces with and lay out a guide line. 

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14 minutes ago, oregonfarmfencer said:

We don't have a tracked driver, but a simple thing I like on a post driving machine is tool storage. Organized tool storage. Stocked with things like chain strainers, wire cutters, pliers, crimp sleeves, brace pins, etc... Keeps from dragging tools in and out of the truck and keeps them easily accessible. I also like a mounted spinning jenny to pull wire off to build braces with and lay out a guide line. 

Dang right there'll be tool boxes.  Where else am I going to put my snacks?  

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On 01/07/2018 at 10:58, West Fork Fence said:

http://www.farmfencetalk.co.uk/gallery/image/638-img_5691jpg/

 

As we anxiously await the delivery of our first EVO machine, I've been wondering about any modifications or add on equipment that would increase productivity.  What have you added to your machine that has helped increase efficiency?   

I've been considering a hydraulic driven welder, like this. 

https://www.zena.net/htdocs/welders/hyd_wld_2nd.shtml

A scabard for the pig popper, a yeti 110,:and Bluetooth.

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