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I'm good with name tags
Folks will know me 
I will be the rounders one with a limp
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Sawmills and Milling / Re: Sawing a large walnut log

« Last post by firefighter ontheside on Today at 08:24:27 AM »
HeyBrad, Iím curious as to why you use the Doyle scale and then multiply by 70%.  Are you just discounting for more waste in side lumber?  Doesnít the Doyle scale already figure for waste?
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General Board / Re: Intro from New Member

« Last post by Brad_bb on Today at 08:23:18 AM »
Welcome!  I don't know enough about hydraulics to help you though.  Good luck!
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Sawmills and Milling / Re: LT-50 Weight Capacity

« Last post by WV Sawmiller on Today at 08:18:15 AM »
Lynn,

   I have the same issue turning big logs. He has the chain turner on the LT50 and I don't know if it does a better job than our claws.
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Sawmills and Milling / Re: LT-50 Weight Capacity

« Last post by firefighter ontheside on Today at 08:14:52 AM »
I donít know how wide an LT50 Wide cuts, but he did say he had a wide.


1.  Will my LT-50 wide handle the weight of these logs?
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Sawmills and Milling / Re: Aggravations of a portable sawyer

« Last post by WV Sawmiller on Today at 08:14:30 AM »
MM,

   That's an insult to an innocent tree. :D
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Sawmills and Milling / Re: Aggravations of a portable sawyer

« Last post by Magicman on Today at 08:12:10 AM »
To me lawyers fall into the same category as Sweetgum. 
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General Board / Re: Phase 2 08 F350

« Last post by snowstorm on Today at 08:12:06 AM »
you will have see what works best for air psi. and move the gun fairly fast side to side. i bought the hose that goes on the gun for getting inside hard to reach spots. i pull the plastic panels from the inside back of cab and spray that also. what i have found is a plastic piece glued to the cab corner. so you cant spray the lower cab corner from the inside. you need to go through the hole in the rocker panel
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Sawmills and Milling / Re: LT-50 Weight Capacity

« Last post by POSTON WIDEHEAD on Today at 08:11:49 AM »
You said dual live edge.

Will your WM LT50 cut that wide?
He will get live edge on each side of each slab until he reaches the max width of the saw opening. Then Flip the log and do the same thing. Should be some nice slabs
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General Board / Re: The weather

« Last post by SwampDonkey on Today at 08:07:53 AM »
Steady soaking rain here last night and today so far. Lots of water, the snow was not making any at all on the ground. The house lot where I am building is pretty much bare, just a shovel full around in spots. Ready to plant a couple clumps of black berries this weekend. I am caging them in since they like to grow 8+ feet with branches, I want them kept in their place. :D I got the raspberries staked and roped. I put the cross arms lower this time, at 30". I seem to always put them too high. These raspberries do get 6-7 feet tall, so if need be I can add another arm a bit higher up the posts. I have 10000 feet of baler twine here, enough for several lifetimes of tying up berries. :D
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Health and Safety / Re: My Normal Un Safe Routine Cost Me Today

« Last post by red on Today at 07:56:26 AM »
So how is the ankle  ?
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Health and Safety / Re: Getting help

« Last post by red on Today at 07:54:34 AM »
One day at a Time .  Use your strength, knowledge,  and life experiences to get you thru tough times.
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Chainsaws / Re: Who knows the model of this saw?

« Last post by sablatnic on Today at 07:42:36 AM »
It is a Partner P48 or P49. It was made by Jobu for Partner for a few years around 1977.
Parts? I don't know - Jobu closed about 40 years ago.
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Sawmills and Milling / Re: LT-50 Weight Capacity

« Last post by Joed on Today at 07:35:40 AM »
You said dual live edge.

Will your WM LT50 cut that wide?
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Sawmills and Milling / Re: Saw blade with cracks in gullet

« Last post by MartyParsons on Today at 07:31:50 AM »
Hello,
   Gullet cracks is a result of :
       Flex life, running the blade longer than it should be. 500 to 800 bd ft on a .045 sometimes less on a thicker blade
       Improper grinding, not getting the gullet ground deep enough.
       Hope this helps.
       Marty
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General Board / Re: Phase 2 08 F350

« Last post by MartyParsons on Today at 07:26:05 AM »
Hello,
  Thanks I was trying to figure how how to keep the flow down. I was spraying at 150. So 50 psi would be helpful the next time. Thanks
Marty
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General Board / Re: I finally found one!

« Last post by WDH on Today at 07:20:56 AM »
Looks like a BrokeRite.
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I always just say "hey you" then when everyone turns and looks I point at who I want :)

Name tags are probably better.
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The thinner they are, the more likelyhood of cupping into a bowl shape if they don't crack.  1.5" thick has worked best for me.  Spiral grain woods and eastern red cedar have worked best for me. 
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General Board / Re: The weather

« Last post by thecfarm on Today at 07:12:52 AM »
A warm 48į. We had a very light rain yesterday. Did not get much water from it.
The past 2 days was great. Sun,sun,and more sun.
The big pile of snow behind the store is going fast now.
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