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I've reached the end of one of our stacks of good stuff so now we get a choice between bent 16ft and straight 7ft. I'm not sure which is worse...

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Been doing 'that' elm...

 

But looking on the bright side, I only got 4 bits* to get through... :thumbup1:

 

Bits*, as in somewhere over 3ft in diameter, but only 5ft long....

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I've reached the end of one of our stacks of good stuff so now we get a choice between bent 16ft and straight 7ft. I'm not sure which is worse...

 

Depends on what your processing it with, both are easily enough to do with chainsaw but processors always prefer the straight stuff, I process arb waste so so working with straight 7ft pieces would be like a god send compared to some of the stuff I have to deal with!!

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