Super Star Member
- Sep 7, 2000
- Triangle Of North Carolina
- JD 4700
You really don't need a second saw but you do need a second bar and chain....
Just pay attention to which way limbs are "loaded". Wood acts like a big spring. A second saw is handy incase you misjudge and pinch the bar.
Usually, when I pinch the saw, I can work it out, but there have been times I have had to take the saw off the pinched bar and chain. Then I would put on the spare bar and chain to free the pinched bar and chain.