Okay, I guess I read that wrong but so far wear on the carbide doesn't seem like an issue.
It says carbide's last for 30 plus chains, not sharpenings. I think they mean for the life of 30 chains. That is a lot of sharpenings.
Used a hand file for years, and thought it was a fine way to sharpen a chain. Was also a little turned off by the price of the Timberline. After...
Nice, I have actually thought mine would work better with a few more holes.
Glad you guys like it!
Here is a pic of the one I made.
My ash bucket came with a metal scoop with a long handle, I already had a shovel that came with my hearth tools. So I took the scoop that came with...
Very nice looking set up!
I agree that it is probably louder than it needs to be.
X27 all the way for me. I bought one in the spring and have split around 9 cords with it. I love mine.
I just did a muffler mod on my 290 and have been pleased with the results. Here are some before and after pics. I left the screen in on mine. I did...
That's a really nice 036, good score!
No, the wife and I both liked the idea of skipping in the name of getting wood:). Fire wood!
That sounds like quite an experience. I stay away from ladder's as much as possible.
I started sharpening by hand also but found this stihl file guide to be very handy. I use that same lansky kit to sharpen my knives also.
Here is mine, 2500 hd with 10x6 dump trailer. And this is how we load it.
That's a good idea, I will amend my signature line shortly. Thanks!
I was just wondering because I will not give in, but my wife was ready to throw in the towel. The moment I said that my next saw would be big enough...
How will we determine who wins? Will it be the first one who is homeless but has the most saws!
Separate names with a comma.