075 Stihl

thewoodlands Posted By thewoodlands, Apr 16, 2012 at 1:49 PM

  1. ScotO

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    Honestly, with all that plastic on these newer saws Bigg Redd, I highly doubt it.
     
  2. smokinj

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    075-42 and 090-48 660-36. Now start a milling school and get free labor! ;) Better yet charge them! :)
     
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    Might as well offer a course in sharpening too. That's a lot of cutters to maintain. I don't envy that...
     
  4. smokinj

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    It takes all aspects to make a good csm'er.......With Zaps set-up its pretty easy to knock out 1500 drive links in under 2 hrs. (With the right person)
     
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    The best thing is the money you save sharpening your own chains, especially when I started milling. At the rate I'm going the grinder will be paid for by the start of next summer if not before.

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  6. thewoodlands

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    Just hooked up the old plow to the old green truck, worked like a charm after sitting for three years(changed the fluid) so the Stihl 090 is in the bag.
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    Nice job Zap.... Im sure you had some good times in that Green Chevy. But that 090 will provide many good times to come.. ;)

    Waiting on Pics! !!
     
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    Dex, I just found the tripod for taking movies with the camera while milling, maybe this weekend. I have a nice topped off Hemlock that will come down for milling.

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    Double "Like" this one!!
     
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    You'd be amazed in what you can build with just a drawknife,spokeshave,10pt crosscut saw, brace/set of auger bits,cabinet scraper & block plane/smooth plane/jointer plane.
     
  12. ScotO

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    One of my first projects when I get started is to build a shaving horse.

    http://www.greenwoodworking.com/ShavingHorsePlans
     
  13. smokinj

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    Oh man, Thats a little fancy for me.....lol I did pick up a free joiner this year. Mini mill sure comes in handy if you need to break down a big slap. I would add fosner bits and plug makers and your set. :)
     

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