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13 hours ago, Big J said:

Yep, done that. It is a pain to forward!

 

Soggy site there sir!

Fair play to the Log bullet, i am forwarding the trees whole, and most are around10m in length.

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11 hours ago, IronMike said:

That doesn’t look like much fun gents! Murray, I notice in one of your photos you’ve got a ground saw just sitting there in the LB cab floor. I foolishly forgot to add the holder to my original order from Pekka, but he kindly gave me the details of where to get it from directly. It comes from a company called Iron Baltic, from a Estonia perhaps? Anyway, I ordered through their website and it arrived fairly quickly and I can not sing it’s praises enough. Such a simple thing, but boy is it handy. All I need now is the new Husky battery saw to go in it, so I don’t have to go through the process of starting a petrol saw every time!

Cheers mike

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Oh and if it’s any consolation, I’m all done on the track now, so I’m back to cutting first thinnings. It’s fair to say after a good few months of machine work, I’m definitely feeling the effects of swinging the saw around d all day!

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