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  1. Sawbones

    Large chainsaw

    Thank you Monkeybusiness, that is the kind of advice I was looking for. Saw with a 36 inch bar is probably what I need and can always take the edges off and not worry about a live edge. Would only be part time milling and big stuff.
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    Large chainsaw

    Was kind of hoping for a recommendation of a possible saw . will need to look at the tree again, but the next one will probably be different size, so so hoping there would be someone on here that would have experience of my dilemma.
  3. Sawbones

    Large chainsaw

    I want to buy a large saw, for cutting large windblown buts, and fitting to a chainsaw mill as I have a beech about 12 feet long and about 40 inch diameter. I would like to mill it, but need a saw capable of driving a large bar. ( aware might need 2 different chains for uses). Any advice, sorry if been asked before as new to site !

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