What chain do you guys use?
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What chain do you guys use?
A bottle of clean, unopened drinking water...Extra eye wash. If you can drink it, you can put it in your eye, I was told in Wilderness First Responder training.
Inspection and Maintenance log. Flashlight. Oil. Coolant. Jumper cables. Barista.
I think Jay has an 076 and another big saw.
Jay understands engine tuning, too. I don't really. Not my forte.
Kyle, consider buying a grapple (BMG,imo). $3k invested. Rent a mini when you need one.
I took out this oak in small mill log sizes with almost no impact. $130 in 5/8" "shop-grade" plywood...
That's a wicked machine, Carl.
What is the deal with two sizes of power heads on a double-edged bar? I have an MS 660 and MS 460... Can I run them together without any special considerations?
If spend the money on a Hitchhiker 2 or Rope Wrench, and/ or use a 540* wrap.
Those adjustable Ring and ring FSs don't flip like a flipline. Big stems don't seem like a slide hazard.
I have oak (rare, here) to mill. No projects in mind.
Should I go for 8' or longer? 3" thick or different?
Good luck, Jay!
I'm keeping my eye pressure down ATM, the all natural way.
I made a plywood highway today. Probably need to buy some more plywood tomorrow.
Arbor-Trolly'ed these, biggest one on the hand truck. The leverage wasn't there, as needed to load on the AT,...
I like the idea is a sleeve that would fit over and pin to the axle allowing wide or dual wheels.
You know people would start overloading it.
Replacement wheels/tires are...
She ends up with saw chips in her yoga pants, scratching her during class.
I was concernedfor a minute that your illustrations we going to out the Buck Rogers design, but there it is.
Link to largest (?) Jet sled.
Chips on the floor, money in the door.
I've been on a finger sized cedar branch right at the collar, 1' over a huge crotch. Stood up to bounce testing and route walking. Shearing a green branch right at the collar is hard.
I like a bit of a wrap, but sometimes go entirely without any wrap.
I would go more on bounce testing, consideration of backup branches/ crotches with a base tie, and a good visual inspection.
Evan, that was the story I got from tech support... Updated only about 4 times daily, IIRC.
Looked like your guy coulda stood to have a break-away lanyard while on that punky tree, maybe.
Climb on the opposite side from the tie-in, so if a couple zip-ties or whatever...
Wow. What luck!!
Well sniffed, Jim!
Coulda been terrible. Glad you contained it, in-house. Burning in your conditions sounds unnerving, to say the least.
What about jacking the beam, cutting the post, and forming concrete under the floating post? Add a moisture barrier between the post bottom and concrete.
I've mentioned before, 4 PVC pipes as bright/ easily visible, cheap, and effective stake extensions... very helpful.
My stakes and pvc ride with the trolley on the chipper. Trolley with the...