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Author Topic: Timbrey Sharpener/Setter  (Read 3899 times)

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Re: Timbrey Sharpener/Setter
« Reply #20 on: January 17, 2015, 06:40:50 PM »
     The toothsetting function looks like a factory pineywoods setter ;)
Too many irons in the fire

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Re: Timbrey Sharpener/Setter
« Reply #21 on: April 02, 2015, 05:44:22 AM »
Has any FF member put this sharpener and setter to work yet. I know the unit is new on the market but there must be some feedback by now.

It's looking more and more like I will need a new sharpener in the near future and I am looking at CBN units vs drag grinding units.

Replies please

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Re: Timbrey Sharpener/Setter
« Reply #22 on: January 30, 2016, 01:36:04 PM »
Hi Bery, I'm new to the site and not as good on the computer as I am with a chainsaw, so forgive me. I'm looking to retire from law enforcement soon and getting back to my roots. (I worked with loggers and forester back when I was in college.) I'd like to get a small mill to start with and thinking about the Timbery 280. I saw you had one and like to get your I put before I put out the cash. Thanks

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Re: Timbrey Sharpener/Setter
« Reply #23 on: January 30, 2016, 02:03:38 PM »
Hi Bery, I'm new to the site and not as good on the computer as I am with a chainsaw, so forgive me. I'm looking to retire from law enforcement soon and getting back to my roots. (I worked with loggers and forester back when I was in college.) I'd like to get a small mill to start with and thinking about the Timbery 280. I saw you had one and like to get your I put before I put out the cash. Thanks

First off - Welcome.
Second - If you need to be forgiven, then most of us are right in there with you.  Your computer skills are probably in the 95th percentile on this site.
Third - As far as the Timbery 280 mills are concerned I know nothing and hopefully someone with knowledge of them will be along soon.
Again welcome and wishing you the very best.
Gerald
W-M LT40HDD34 w/6' ext & SLR, JD 420, JD 950w/loader and Woods backhoe, V3507 Fransguard winch, Cordwood Saw, 18' flat bed trailer, and other toys.


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