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Been looking at the Woodland Mills pro log bunks for my 130max but would like some real world feedback from users. Not sure they could handle the weight of my biggest Doug Fir that can run up to 30" x 22' (the mill is set up for 22'6" logs)

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I mill mostly for my own needs and that seems to need a lot of dimensional lumber. Having access to lots of SYP has been a good thing. However, the sap seems extra heavy and thick recently and has caused quite a struggle to keep the blades clean. I have tried Dawn, Pinesol, Simple Green, and even diesel...

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Greetings smart people!! I'm looking for information pertaining to buying BLM and USFS land. I'm looking for mostly first hand knowledge, of purchasing heavily wooded cost evaluations charts, summary's and processes/procedures to achieve the goal of purchasing BLM AND USFS land in northern...

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This topic has been moved to Firewood and Wood Heating.

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Just came from my Woodmizer man's place where I had him resaw two 8x10x12' sticks with heavy wane down to 8x8 and hauled them and two freshly milled 8x10x16' sticks (from his White Pine logs) home in the bed of my 8' F250. The load was securely strapped and flagged, and the leaf springs hardly sagged,...

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