Not familiar with how the color goes, just remember the 40/1 ratio. I thought the more water you boiled off off the darker it gets???
WOW! And i thought i put a lot on!
On a side note, i learned how to drive standard on an old Chevy like that! My late fathers old work truck...1967.
For two cord of locust i wouldve taken that, but ive got locust mania:loco: :crazy: PITA to sort but it is what it is.
Nice score BTW!:thumbs:...
Nice work Warner :thumbs: That white stuff has been scarce here in Southern CT
I remember the thread B.Brown . You were not a happy hoarder :headbang::mad::hair: I would not have been either.
i cant say ive ever seen metal remnants in the teeth after hitting nails. Sometimes ill slice right through one and not even know it. It did...
Jonesing to hit the quest and did so today. I intended to go in back, buck and remove a broken top as pictured[ATTACH]
but started pulling buried...
they arent allowed in a locust thread! :rofl: :lol: Nice looking pile of splits! :yes: Well done!
A pleasant surprise for you. Nice stuff! Birch a rare score for me.
this statue was less than 20 ' away from a tricky tree i felled last Spring. It was an ash!
Nice work Chaz :thumbs: How was the adrenaline factor?
id love to get some dark amber syrup.
nice score. Ive never used them. Did make a log rack out of reclaimed plastic composite deck boards (Trex)
Thats funny. The 16" bar on the 261 is from my old 290 and the paint is so worn i forget to flip it sometimes.
Ive been free hand filing for years. Some times ill slack on filing the rakers but thats about it. Either on the bar or off it in the vice
Im not anti social, but for locust i could be! Kidding aside, I would be interested in some sort of CT GTG
cant believe i cut into a tire!:picard: I shouldve cut the other locust log that was off the ground, but opted to grab the logs in front. Oh...
gonna order a couple new chains for the 16" bar. Not much meat left on this one.
Was cutting at my locust quest score today. I was bucking the last group of logs, had them on the "ground" which was a matted mess of twigs and...
Nice work guys! :thumbs: If im not mistaken its known as Southern yellow pine.
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