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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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    1 hour 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.

    There is no point in fitting it wrong to a saw and filming it in a hurry and making it look crap. 

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    Honestly just cut them...who cares whether they are the exact same length or not??

    If your that worried you should be using a wood processor. 

    Just live life and if you can't cut them somewhere the right length by eye...someone please help him...

    Nice video that 👍😹

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    1 hour ago, Mick Dempsey said:

    I might jump off my sofa again.

    Please don't Mick , we need you here 👍

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    1 hour ago, Mick Dempsey said:

    I might jump off my sofa again.

    Do you need the boingy tool thingy to get the height Mick ?

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    1 minute ago, Stubby said:

    Do you need the boingy tool thingy to get the height Mick ?

    You’re not helping, I’m teetering on the edge here.

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    37 minutes ago, Mick Dempsey said:

    You’re not helping, I’m teetering on the edge here.

    Don't forget to upload a video!

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