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    Default checking in/ tractor scabbards for chain saws

    Hi as per the registration process I am posting a thread, I'm also interested in good ideas for a chain saw scabbard for my tractor

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    Super Member mguitas's Avatar
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    Default Re: checking in/ tractor scabbards for chain saws

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    Default Re: checking in/ tractor scabbards for chain saws

    Welcome to TBN - here is what I put on my B21 - its some 1/2" plywood sandwich attached to the right side frame also a 1/2" thick steel. Simple but effective -now the saw doesnt need to ride in the bucket of the FEL or BH and is easy to access.

    The hood clears the chain / ammo box without the saw in the bracket and the ammo box holds a 20' 3/8" chain and a shorter choker chain. The lift arms are clear the saw by about an 1" .

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    Default Re: checking in/ tractor scabbards for chain saws

    Thanks

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    Default Re: checking in/ tractor scabbards for chain saws

    I am sure you will find many good ideas for carrying your chainsaw some very gifted people on this site who come up with GREAT ways to get things done. Good luck.

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    Default Re: checking in/ tractor scabbards for chain saws

    Welcome from Oklahoma.

    Ken
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    Default Re: checking in/ tractor scabbards for chain saws

    Thanks Ken

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    Default Re: checking in/ tractor scabbards for chain saws

    Welcome to TBN

    I moved your thread to the Chainsaws forum.
    Briana
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    Default Re: checking in/ tractor scabbards for chain saws

    I like your idea there , but on my JD 2520 it's pretty tight and the crossbar for the loader is angled.-jd-chainsaw-scabbord-001-jpg
    My plan is to make a plate with the brackets bolting to the Rops mount.-jd-chainsaw-scabbord-004-jpgThat way it's easily accessable from the seated position-cutting down a branch or something like that.
    I don't have any designs yet but I'll talk to my buddies at work, and you guys and see if we can come up with something. I have full access to welders , iron worker, cutting torch etc.
    If you guys can come up with something that would work, I'll do the work on the prototype.

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