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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 3/11/2006 7:40:59 AM EST
[Last Edit: 3/11/2006 7:41:33 AM EST by jrzy]
If you need to cut thick lumber or logs this is a great tool.
I bought a worn drive saw to power it and it works great.

Cuts through a 10 inch beam in no time.
tinyurl.com/qo7zt

Link Posted: 3/11/2006 7:50:14 AM EST
That's pretty neat. It would be handy for building an old-school barn. Railroad ties would fuck that thing up in short order, though.
Link Posted: 3/11/2006 8:42:06 AM EST
Does it have a chain oiler?

Does it use chainsaw chains, or something different?
Link Posted: 3/11/2006 7:05:26 PM EST

Originally Posted By FITTER:
That's pretty neat. It would be handy for building an old-school barn. Railroad ties would fuck that thing up in short order, though.



I don't think so, It ripped right through a green 10 x 10 of pine.
Link Posted: 3/12/2006 2:58:20 AM EST
It's not the size; RR ties are soaked in Creosote.

What are you building?
Link Posted: 3/12/2006 3:05:59 AM EST
Now that is cool.

Link Posted: 3/12/2006 3:16:21 AM EST

Originally Posted By jrzy:

Originally Posted By FITTER:
That's pretty neat. It would be handy for building an old-school barn. Railroad ties would fuck that thing up in short order, though.



I don't think so, It ripped right through a green 10 x 10 of pine.



railroad ties seem much harder and heavier than pine. They may be the same thing, but they sure don't seem like it. I have a 12 am circular saw and it had all it could do to cut through a railroad tie yesterday.
Link Posted: 3/12/2006 8:55:29 AM EST

Originally Posted By FITTER:
It's not the size; RR ties are soaked in Creosote.

What are you building?



Timber beds and log beds.
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