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What's your favourite Felling Saw

Started by Mick, February 04, 2024, 01:27:20 PM

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Mick

What's your favourite Felling Saw?

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MillRat

What's your favourite Felling Saw?

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Model =MS 362
Bar Size = 18"
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I don't even know the rest! 

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Mick

Hi Jeff, and welcome to TGMF.  :tup:

Well I guess I was able to fill the model in for you. Hey, nice workshop you have there.  8)
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MillRat

It looks better now, I spent the afternoon cleaning it with alcohol. I was cutting balsam fir with it last year, actually the last two years and had not given it a good cleaning. It had pitch all over it.

Mick

They can get pretty dirty and clagged up with gunk, some of that stuff is a nightmare to get off.

Loving that truck in the background even more though.  8)
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That is my 1946 dodge I actually did find in a barn. I call him M.R. Truck. M.r. for Millrat.
I made a build video. It took me about a year to complete, doing a litte everyday.



Mick

Jeff, that's an excellent video. I must say you have a very impressive setup there. Loads of space, lovely big workshop, and a really cool Dodge Truck.  All stuff I can only dream about.  8)
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dhansen

Very nicely done MillRat.   You are very talented, perfectionist and do some excellent work.  I like how the ignition coil mounted into the firewall.  Thanks for sharing the video. 

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