Nothing can stop this chainsaw

Nothing can stop this chainsaw

Hello, excellent your video as always! I ask you a question: at what angle do you have your chainsaw chain sharpened to remove those boards.I run 404 chain on 881 mill. Never breaks, unlike these 3/8 lo-pro milling chains. Worth the extra millimeter wasted wood in the cut.When you see chips flying off the chain […]

Hello, excellent your video as always! I ask you a question: at what angle do you have your chainsaw chain sharpened to remove those boards.I run 404 chain on 881 mill.

Never breaks, unlike these 3/8 lo-pro milling chains. Worth the extra millimeter wasted wood in the cut.When you see chips flying off the chain not sawdust, that’s sharpened.

Beautiful.some beautiful wood right there… id say the bar and chain on the saw is a bit too long… you can cut 2 logs at once being that long.had a contact out in Oregon I’d order my chainsaw stuff from.

parts, bars, chains and all. needed a pretty long bar and my guy in Oregon says the longest he could get me asap was a 42 in. anything over that he said had to be ordered and would take some time. course you gotta have a big honkin saw to run em.

needed the 42in for reach across the top of a hedgerow, and my 372xpw was able to run that bar and chain fine. don’t know if I’d want to be plunging that saw and bar through solid wood. yeah, set up a stud wall with a 12in. wide top plate right next to the hedgerow, laid the saw on it and walked it down the hedgerow.

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