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I took a day off work to day

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And had to work This is only half of the tree trunk I still have to get the other and then 4 branches that are only 2 ft in dia. This kinda a small load. Had to get home in time to watch the kids. going back out Saturday for more.

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What kind of splitter do you have? That is some beast sized cuts. Nothing that big down here on my land... Have 140 acres of small to medium sized oak trees... I built my own log splitter out of an i-bean and a bunch of 1/2" angle, 1/2" flat bar, and a hydraulic cylinder. Run it off my kubota tractor. Need to get a picture of the beast haha. I heat my whole house in the winter time with wood, love it. You cut a bunch??

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Holy moly, wish I had some stuff that big stuff like that down here! That a stihl saw you got there?? I have a little ms290, thinking about picking up a 441 magnum, mine gets bogged down on some stuff.

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(Man someone needs to sharpen their chainsaw... :lmao:) WHO? ME? I Have a Troy-bilt 27 ton splitter. I hate big stuff like this. This one was a medium size one. two years ago my uncle had a chery tree cut down 4.5FT IN diameter. took two and a half tanks of gas to cut off one log. had to split it right there because we could not move it to far. he has big stuff like this droped for us. they come in with a crane and do it saftly I need a bigger better saw or smaller trees. i hopeing for smaller trees but you get what you get for free.

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(Man someone needs to sharpen their chainsaw... :lmao:) WHO? ME? I Have a Troy-bilt 27 ton splitter.

I've also got a 20 ton splitter too... :rolleyes:post-2-138698172351_thumb.jpg (Yes the ATV got marked by the the dog "Diesel") But looking at your spiral cut thats a sign that one side of the chain is dull from hitting rocks or dirt. With my Sthl 046 I can run my 32" bar and cut a 36" round in just over 1 minute... I can buck a full cord of rounds in just about 1/2 tank of fuel in the saw... So if you needing huge amount of fuel to cut round either the saw is too small and/or the chain is dull...

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[ But looking at your spiral cut thats a sign that one side of the chain is dull from hitting rocks or dirt. With my Sthl 046 I can run my 32" bar and cut a 36" round in just over 1 minute... I can buck a full cord of rounds in just about 1/2 tank of fuel in the saw... So if you needing huge amount of fuel to cut round either the saw is too small and/or the chain is dull...

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