Since I got my 440 I go through about a gallon per year. When I was cutting with a 290 a gallon would last well over a year, maybe 2?
Something to store your saw in that will catch the oil
I'm guessing it's the guy that calls the shots. Oh well. My main point remains in tact and I get by with plenty of borderline material.
For decades Stihl and Husqvarna made saws with 4 things in mind: power, weight, reliability, durability. Now those 4 attributes are an...
I wouldn't bother for myself, but I have two parents who are retired and don't mind feeding the stove every hour and they are glad to have it.
That's why I like working for free. When I work for free I do it my way at my pace to the extent that I deem necessary.
I know we have higher BTU species, but when I add it up - heat, burn time, ash, ease of processing, quick drying - I'll take Doug...
Not me. Not even a little. Ever.
A 12x6 trailer with a single axle will be very easy to overload.
Douglas Fir - 95%
Western Red Cedar - 5%
I ended up with a Stihl too but I don't recall what I paid - but I do know I got it at Madsen's
I was going to put a 32" Cannon on my 440, but it was not compatible with Stihl round bit skip tooth chain.
Hmmm. . . I can't say that I've ever re-rolled a log. Ever. With a logjack you are lucky to get 2 cuts before re-positioning. I'd rather roll...
Timberjacks are worthless
1) If you can roll the log you don't need it
2) If you can't roll it you probably won't be able to timberjack it either
I wedge most of that in the 4"-6" left between the last row and the tailgate. Sometimes I have to bungee a couple things down. If worse comes to...
I've never cleaned a chain, and can't imagine why I would, but if I did I'd use WD40 and a rag
One might argue against 100LL based on health or environmental concerns (as specious and unfounded as those arguments are), but not based on...
Before they ban it
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