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Old 02-16-2015, 12:14 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Gymschu View Post
Usually there's someone locally who will cut it up for free for firewood, that is if it's not completely rotten.
It's pretty rotten, been there for a few years I'd say.

Originally Posted by kwikfishron View Post
A brand new chain for your 16" bar shouldn't be more than twenty bucks. This is a gas saw and not an electric, yes?
It's electric. I'll see how much a new chain is.

Originally Posted by Fix'n it View Post
yeah, if you were by me. i'd rid you of that.

"you really need proper safety gear to cut safely, this includes a helmet with metal screen and ear protection, gloves, chaps, heavy duty boots. "

um, no. over ankle shoes and jeans = keeps the chips off of your socks = ask me how i know. safety glasses. and know wtf you are doing ! = THEE most important thing.
the guy is cutting a little wood, not starting a business.
Yea, I pull it out once in a while on big stuff like this. 2-4 time a year? But I would prefer avoiding an accident. So far I've been lucky I guess hah.
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