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cpj wrote: »
Besides when she starts complaining, you just tell her to shut up and bake you a pie! Thats what I do.
Teach wrote: »
Anybody else seen the video on Yahoo of the Australian chainsaw about that length powered by a Holden V8? Downright scary!
woodsrunner wrote: »
Wonder if that long bladed Stihl is part of an "Alaska Mill" used to rive out boards from large diameter logs. Damn good saws, Stihls!
Varmintmist wrote: »
Nope, that is a pure felling saw. The engine would have to be three times that big to cut anything half as big as that bar with the grain.
Probably bought by a tree service. One of those tools that you need five times a year, but when you need one, it pays off in time saved having it in the shop. I have seen a couple huskys that size used for that.
Jayhawker wrote: »
I've got a job for that saw...we need to thin out some oak and maple out of our woodlot....
Elk creek wrote: »
Hey wait a sec........that looks like Zee, it's only a 24 in bar!
coolgunguy wrote: »
Dang, how long is that bar? :yikes:
Wambli Ska wrote: »
It's almost a sin to bring down anything that would require that size saw. Back at the ranch we had a few old oaks that the forester that I hired to get some timber out said were probably over 300 years old. Man I loved those trees...
prozium451 wrote: »
47". That's the small bar.
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