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    Default We grow big trees in the NW

    so we need BIG saws.

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    Default Re: We grow big trees in the NW

    It'd take forever to sharpen that chain.

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    Default Re: We grow big trees in the NW

    That's a big one for sure.

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    Default Re: We grow big trees in the NW

    Can you imagine the size of the fuel tank and the capacity in gallons?
    The PUPIL who does not surpass his Master, fails his Master.

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    Default Re: We grow big trees in the NW

    Does it take 2 operators or does it require 4?
    I like to play in the dirt....
    Satoh Beaver w/Blackhawk loader & hoe.
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    Default Re: We grow big trees in the NW

    Saws are cheaper out your way, too. A saw that size out here would be pricey.

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    Default Re: We grow big trees in the NW

    Good for cutting up a log load of firewood-- right on the truck!

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    Default Re: We grow big trees in the NW

    Quote Originally Posted by Jstpssng View Post
    Saws are cheaper out your way, too. A saw that size out here would be pricey.
    Everybody owns one or two of them.

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    Default Re: We grow big trees in the NW

    Quote Originally Posted by cqaigy2 View Post
    Everybody owns one or two of them.
    I misplaced mine. Both of them. Gotta clean that garage someday.
    Branson 3510h --- scraper-grader -- field mower -- brush rake -- fel -- 2 dogs -- unstable maniac at the wheel
    My other car is a Prius. No, I don't smoke pot, and I don't have an organic garden.
    I do, however, eat tofu brownies. Yummy!
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    Default Re: We grow big trees in the NW

    Quote Originally Posted by sandybeach View Post
    I misplaced mine. Both of them. Gotta clean that garage someday.
    Ha ha ha ha ha!!!!! Sounds like my garage too.
    God Bless our brave men, bring them home, safe again.

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