- sharpening in a vise gets the best results... I bought a small one you drive into a stump with a mini maul, works quite well
Got both these, and a pulp hook at a place on Windmill Rd... it's got oil tanks outside most of the time, looks like a house.... can't think of what it's called right now... but they have hard to find things like these.
Post by theonlybull on Mar 13, 2010 12:08:33 GMT -4
i had one of those. only used it a couple times, i could sit on a stump. legs folded, and file the saw that way better then with the vise. if it was dulled real bad, i kept a spare chain to toss on.
one of those ammo boxes worked great., kept the basic tools, and spare parts right with me in the woods. a peice of rope, tool box on one end, gas/bar oil on the other, slung over my shoulder. saw in one hand, axe in the other.
2000 wj 4" rough country, 32"s, 4.7l
2000 tj Sport 2" budget boost, 31" bf at's 4l..... wife's wheels
Keith Berry & Son Ltd.
Machine Work & Welding
Post by itsakeeper on Mar 13, 2010 15:07:50 GMT -4
ahh the good old days, jump in the '72 bronco, take 3 chainsaws, fell and pile a cord of wood, start a fire, eat lunch and drive out with the wood on the bronco (yep a cord) and at minimum two down chainsaws - sometimes simple to fix sometimes stupid stuff