I don't regularly follow this forum, so I apologize if this has been covered or already duplicated. Baileys sells a firewood cutting guide which consists of an over-sized chainsaw bar nut plus 3 plastic guide bars to make easy 14", 16" and 18" firewood lengths. I bought this, and then proceeded immediately to break one of the guide bars. They are not too flexible. Then the idea struck me: replace the guide bars with a new guide bar using a spring at the nut end so the bar will flex. I bought a spring, made a guide bar out of wood to press into the spring and then fixed the wood bar with a set nail, got a metric bolt that fits the Baileys nut, rounded the head of the bolt to press into the other end of the spring, and then tack welded the spring to the bolt. Now all that is needed is to thread the bolt into the nut, and then the guide bar measures near perfect lengths of firewood, and the spring allows the bar to flex out of the way. Worked so well that I made another one: 16" for firewood for the wood stove and 18" for the gasification boiler. This is really simple and works very well. If you do this, get a fairly stiff spring, strong enough to hold the bar in a horizontal position. I put the guide bar on my Stihl 028, and then use that to mark each bucking cut. Then the Husky 372xp goes to work to make each cut through the log. As you all know, consistent lengths of firewood make for easy stacking in multiple rows.