Firewood Prosizer for cutting logs

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kennyp2339

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Oct 18, 2011
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Interesting find here. looks like its a laser that gets mounted to the side handle of your chainsaw and helps aid with measuring the length of logs to cut.
This is how this site ends up costing me money! Now I want something I didn't know existed this morning and probably (definitely) don't need. $60 does seem a bit pricey though. Of course I think a gallon of milk is like 40 bucks these days.
 
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MongoMongoson

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Feb 6, 2021
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That is something I could actually use. The question is, how long can it survive being mounted on a Homelite Super XLAO? The vibrations do a number on my hands. I can't imagine it would be good for any electronic device.

Maybe I get the laser, then spend $600 on a new saw so I don't risk damaging the $60 laser.

It looks like there is already a thread about this device in The Gear section:
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moresnow

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