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Finally have all my saws to cover most trees

Jared31

Jared31

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Ted Jenkins

Ted Jenkins

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I have eleven saws right now. I do not take all of them to every job. I usually take two a 60 cc for limbing and a 100 cc for cutting. The smaller saws can still cut up to 48'' but would rather not use them for that. Having a wide variety , but for me two at a time works well. If I stash a couple of saws in the woods I still need at least one backup. Thanks
 
Remle

Remle

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I don’t think so! First you don’t have a decent milling saw, and ideally you should have a backup as well. Second, where’s your electric saw? They’re just the thing for cutting indoors, after dark or cleaning up storm debris and again ideally you should have a backup. Third, what about a top handle saw? Someday you might need one and probably a backup as well. Fourth, I don’t see any parts saws or project saws. You gotta have a few of those in case your backup saws have problems.

Nosirree, I don’t think you’re even close to having all the saws you need.
 
catbuster

catbuster

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Most trees for sure. You probably can cover a whole bunch of trees. More than you think if you’re patient and think before you start bucking.

My three saws look different, but hey, it’s up to you.
 
kjalaska

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Sounds like you have it covered for your particular needs. I can remember many years ago, being so poor, factory worker raising kids, all I had was a 1 saw plan! It was an Echo 500EVL, used it for everything! I’m now fortunate enough to have multiple saws in the 50-60-70cc sizes and can rotate saws. Always take 3 or 4 saws to the woods in case of break down. Always good to have back ups.
 
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