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Loren

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#1 posted 03-28-2018 10:17 PM

Go out and have a crack at cutting a few
with a chain saw.

I’m pessimistic because I’ve had chain saws
turn in the kerf when crosscutting logs,
but give it a try and if you get the results
you want with the cuts, then figure out how
to dry them.

Cutting them by hand would be more controllable
but take all day. The bars and teeth on chain
saws tend to wear unevenly so the saw is
inclined to twist. It doesn’t matter in bucking
firewood but for making finish cuts it can
be a problem.


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