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    Super Member ronjhall's Avatar
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    Default Buzz Saw

    I have had several requests about my profile listing a Buzz Saw as an attachment. I may be calling this saw by the wrong name. But my wife and kids named it this because it gives your ears a terrible buzz if you do not wear hearing protection when running it. [img]/w3tcompact/icons/frown.gif[/img] When I was doing firewood to heat the house we would purchase a 22 cord truckload of logs from northern Michigan every fall. Most of the log were less than 10" in diameter. Two good sized guys could lift a log onto saw to cut it in 16" lengths. It was fast and cut down wear and tear of chainsaw. It only needed blade touched up ounce a year, with a flat file. I used it hooked to my B7100HST.
    I have not used it since I put gas logs in the wood stove a few years ago. [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]
    I have been thinking about selling it. If anybody is interested contact me by e-mail or private message.



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    2000 Kubota L4610

    Default Re: Buzz Saw

    Thanks Ron.


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    New Holland TC33D

    Default Re: Buzz Saw

    Ron,

    Does any company still make a pto powered "buzzsaw"? Here is a link to a cordwood saw on ebay:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI...tem=1680322690

    Eric


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    Super Member ronjhall's Avatar
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    Default Re: Buzz Saw

    Eric
    Thatís the same one I have.
    I wouldn't ask anyway near that price. [img]/w3tcompact/icons/wink.gif[/img]
    The dealer that I bought mine from still had them listed on his items for sale sheet in September. But I didn't see one there. He has a Web Site but does not list them on it.
    Cordwood saw. That's probably the correct name for this type of saw.
    Thanks




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    Kubota L48, Case 580 tlb Case 530(sold), case VAC

    Default Re: Buzz Saw

    Bought an old leather belt driven one at an auction and added wheels and a 16 hp Briggs & Straton Engine It is driven by 2 B series belts riding right on the wide pulley.
    Made a jig for my table saw that lets me put a grinding wheel in place of the blade and use it to sharpen the big blade.
    When I cut fire wood in the woods I only cut it small enough to lift and then bring it home and to cut and split it to size. Much faster than the chain saw and the pieces are all the same size.



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    Default Re: Buzz Saw

    I'm interested in purchasing a Buzz Saw. Let me know if your still interested.

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    Super Member ronjhall's Avatar
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    Default Re: Buzz Saw

    Todd
    Yes, I still want to sell it.
    I have sent you a private message.
    Look for it under Control Panel at top of page.

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