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  1. wat648

    wat648 ArboristSite Member

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    Thought I would go out and do a little cutting today. Had a couple of stumps to take out. This is one of them. Had the 4 foot bar on for this one.
     
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    REJ2 Firewood Hack

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    Well your certainly prepared for it. What kind of wood? Cottonwood?
     
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    Yep, I like that pic. It gives me happy thoughts.
     
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    That is one huge airfilter you have on that beast. nice saw


    Beefie
     
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  6. wat648

    wat648 ArboristSite Member

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    is was an elm stump. not the best wood, but it makes heat and I needed it out of the way
     
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    stihlcountry ArboristSite Member

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    Well you certainly picked the right saw bar comb. to take that stump and any other stump on the planet out. :greenchainsaw:
     
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    Looks different than the elm we have in Ohio.

    Kick arse saw!!!
     
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    The bark on most big stumps look pretty much alike. A condition of large size rather then species.
     
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    nice looking saw.
     
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    You call that a saw....freakin beaver on steroids...holy cow!
    I'd like to see a tree that was too much for it!
     
  12. wat648

    wat648 ArboristSite Member

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    I haven't found a tree that will stop this saw yet. We have taken out some hedge tree stumps that were 4 foot + in diameter and it kept on cutting. I would say that it is more power than a person needs, but I don't think you can ever have too much power!
     
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    A windmill powered stihl. Thats too funny.

    To much cough syrup for me.

    Nice lookin saw.
     
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    NICE!!!!!!:clap:
     

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