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Curious what any of you use to paint your tools and chains etc? Just hoping for some pointers on what is durable enough to stay on while taking a beating. Especially my choke chains.
Tired of dropping stuff and having a hard tome locating them again.

Hi guys.

Well, sanity check again. Are parts findable for these ones ?

Pricewise, it is at about 12900$, plus certainly 2000 shipping. Tires to change, i bet no chains. Read More

After a lot of fiddling I have managed to sharpen a 4 degree and a 9 degree blade with my BMST50. They are not perfect but they work. So, I tried to sharpen a 7/39 degree blade (Bi-Metal). After it eating my lunch for a while I finally called Woodmizer support. He said, "Ah, the bi-metal blade"....

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I inherited twin oaks ranch. Ashland Oregon.
I had to have the tree in front taken down today. The tree in back we lost about 15 years ago. Twin Oaks to no oaks :( It's over 500 years old and literally huge. I hoped to do something with this tree but I think no one can move it. Is it possible...

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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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