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Universal log debarking tool for chainsaws

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We have some of these log de barker tools in stock. They fit directly to the chainsaw bar and then the chain drives the planer blades.

 

 

Comes with spare rims so you can run 3/8 lo pro or .325 or 3/8 standard sizes chains. Have it here on a 14" bar - shorter bars mean less strain on the wrists (all that weight is on the end of the bar).

 

 

Used it a few times and seems pretty effective.

 

 

TTLD Log Debarker Tool - Chainsawbars

 

 

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You need a video demo! :)

 

 

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Haha! Yep but can't face putting on me chainsaw trousers and boots in this weather!

 

 

 

 

Not got much in the yard to demo on but there will be one coming...

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Haha! Yep but can't face putting on me chainsaw trousers and boots in this weather!

 

 

 

 

Not got much in the yard to demo on but there will be one coming...

 

I'm not convinced chainsaw trousers would offer that much protection against that tbh:001_smile:

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I'm not convinced chainsaw trousers would offer that much protection against that tbh:001_smile:

 

 

 

 

They would offer more protection than shorts and flip flops ;)

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They would offer more protection than shorts and flip flops ;)

 

Very true. Nothing worse than softwood resin stuck to the hair on ya legs:biggrin:

 

 

Jokes aside, that seems an awful lot of tool for the money.

Edited by Gary Prentice

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Very true. Nothing worse than softwood resin stuck to the hair on ya legs:biggrin:

Jokes aside, that seems an awful lot of tool for the money.

 

 

Really? perhaps it seems larger than it is.

 

Bear in mind you don't get the bar or chain just the attachment.

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