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I'm interested in purchasing  chainsaw mill for my 066.

 

I've been milling it over for years as I have a varied amount of  tree to timber up.

 

Any advise will be gratefully absorbs?

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10 hours ago, trigger_andy said:

Why did that sound like a Joke?

I'm a monkey by trade and some say skill! and a ladder is what I'd use for trimming a big bush. Now I'm a lumberjack the ladder is for my first cut. Elaboration is the key trigger

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I'm a monkey by trade and some say skill! and a ladder is what I'd use for trimming a big bush. Now I'm a lumberjack the ladder is for my first cut. Elaboration is the key trigger

Hey Aero,
What species and sizes will you be cutting?

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11 hours ago, Rough Hewn said:


Hey Aero,
What species and sizes will you be cutting?
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I've a shed full of Holme Oak from 1" ,2" 3" thick, mainly 2' and the length is 6' too 12'. The wood is beautiful with some amazing flecks in the grain.

 

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