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Author Topic: Are your logs cut ready for winter  (Read 3837 times)

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jezza

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Re: Are your logs cut ready for winter
« Reply #30 on: December 10, 2016, 22:53 »
hi just a reminder that if anyones using a chainsaw wear a good pair of chainsaw trousers, I know the invincible (shorts and sandels brigade ) will be sick of me mentioning this chainsaw trousers are cheaper than an afternoon out with a undertaker  jezza


Aled

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Re: Are your logs cut ready for winter
« Reply #31 on: December 12, 2016, 14:32 »
Always! Plus gloves and eye protection.
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Aled

jezza

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Re: Are your logs cut ready for winter
« Reply #32 on: December 26, 2016, 19:57 »
hello does any one know of a very strong log splitter that can cope with a lightning struck tree its as hard as iron and blunts the chainsaw in seconds we used a 7 ton splitter on a 250 horse power tractor last week and bent the bed and ram banana shape the log was 20inch long and 10 inch diameter    jezza

Aled

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Re: Are your logs cut ready for winter
« Reply #33 on: April 22, 2017, 18:42 »
Well spring is here and I'm flat out getting the log pile up to scratch again. 8 wheelbarrow loads done this week, cut, split, and stacked so its a start!
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Aled

 


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