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    Default FIREWOOD PROCESSOR Help

    Take a look and make suggestions all ideas need

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    Default Re: FIREWOOD PROCESSOR Help

    Quote Originally Posted by MI MAX View Post
    Take a look and make suggestions all ideas need
    ??? LOOK ???

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    Default Re: FIREWOOD PROCESSOR Help

    Looks great, awesome job.
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    Default Re: FIREWOOD PROCESSOR Help

    Going to need a bit more info Max.
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    Default Re: FIREWOOD PROCESSOR Help

    Quote Originally Posted by MI MAX View Post
    Take a look and make suggestions all ideas need
    Never saw the need for a processor. I grew up with a chainsaw and I can cut up the trunk a lot faster after the limbs are gone, or while I am limbing than I can to take the log to a processor to cut up and split.

    I see the need for a splitter, but not a processor. Perhaps if one didn't have the oak that we have in the Ozarks, it would be different.

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    Default Re: FIREWOOD PROCESSOR Help

    Ok I need help here I dont see anything to look at It seems like Willl saw something but I am not sure anyone else does thought what gives
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    Default Re: FIREWOOD PROCESSOR Help

    How much does that thing weigh????
    Looks pretty hefty.
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    Default Re: FIREWOOD PROCESSOR Help

    Quote Originally Posted by bobodu View Post
    How much does that thing weigh????
    Looks pretty hefty.

    I'd like to see him pull that that thing with a pickup....

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    Default Re: FIREWOOD PROCESSOR Help

    Safety first in my book. You can start a fire with no hands. Perhaps you should install some guards on that thing
    I'm not saying it's dangerous but... well that's all I'm saying.
    Good luck

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    Default Re: FIREWOOD PROCESSOR Help

    MI MAX, welcome to TBN. Try posting your pic or link again. Don't worry to much about mistakes, the bark is worse than the bite around here.

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