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  • Review: Stihl Tool to help you cut consistent lengths of firewood

    PROs:
    • Very inexpensive, flexible to avoid breakage
    CONs:
    • slight modification to fit different saws that it will not bolt up to

    This tool is call a pulp measure from Stihl. I hope it helps you all.

     

     

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    I just use a suitable long zip tie on the handle!  can be 'folded' (or rotated) out of the way when not needed.  If it breaks, just get another one.  Cost? - pence!

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    Looks like something primary school kids would have thought up.

    I was hoping for a saw mounted length adjustable laser line.

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    I've got a bit of bamboo superglued to a fridge magnet. I guess if this is a Sthil product it won't be cheap.

     

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    That has got to be a joke. 

    "I've found this crappy product made by Stihl, I can't work out how it fits so had to bodge it, isn't it great?"

     

     

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    8 minutes ago, woody paul said:

    Now he has 2 logs the wrong size, 

    And isn't it on the wrong side of bar. 

    The fact he then cuts them both the wrong size is the icing on the cake. 

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    I admit I didnt make a perfect demonstration, I rushed a video onto youtube in excitement in creating content for my youtube channel, but one should get the idea that its up to the user to make the perfect cut. I started of with slight angle cuts on the logs before the demonstration, I could have made straight cuts on the ends for the perfectionists. The tool does not botch the job, its a ruler, not a cutter. If you look at my video on IBC totes, you will see the thousands of logs that I have cut essentially perfectly to fit in the crates, which makes them stack nicer and are pleasing to the customer. I put in the description that I installed on the wrong side of the bar. it is only $10 CDN, so it is very cheap for a Stihl tool. It is not made to be bolted to every Stihl chainsaw.

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    12 minutes ago, Ontario Firewood Resource said:

    I admit I didnt make a perfect demonstration, I rushed a video onto youtube in excitement in creating content for my youtube channel, but one should get the idea that its up to the user to make the perfect cut. I started of with slight angle cuts on the logs before the demonstration, I could have made straight cuts on the ends for the perfectionists. The tool does not botch the job, its a ruler, not a cutter. If you look at my video on IBC totes, you will see the thousands of logs that I have cut essentially perfectly to fit in the crates, which makes them stack nicer and are pleasing to the customer. I put in the description that I installed on the wrong side of the bar. it is only $10 CDN, so it is very cheap for a Stihl tool. It is not made to be bolted to every Stihl chainsaw.

    I'm afraid someone might be trying to invent the wheel.

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