Chain sharpening

Oww My Back Hurts Posted By Oww My Back Hurts, Jun 23, 2013 at 7:18 PM

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  1. smokinj

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    LOL love the truck! 15 min on the saw is at least an hour work for a couple guys. I AM with big red I be right back though with a new chain out of the shop......Took many years to be able to say that. LEARN form a guy on racesaw.com
     
  2. smokinj

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    LOL love the truck! 15 min on the saw is at least an hour work for a couple guys. I AM with big red I be right back though with a new chain out of the shop......Took many years to be able to say that. LEARN form a guy on racesaw.com
     
  3. MasterMech

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    Even at 6.56 MPG, it's still cheaper to move wood with the beast than my Canyon. Easier on the truck too. The Canyon needs rear springs. ;lol
     
  4. charly

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    Nice window sticker ;)
     
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  5. mywaynow

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    One thing not mentioned yet (unless I missed it) is when you sharpen by hand with a file, wear leather gloves! Especially as the day gets long. Blood looks cool on the bar, but in reality those cuts hurt. Done it many times. Most of the sharpening I do now is with a dremel and stone. I find it more accurate, quicker and easier.
     
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