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Old 04-10-2000, 11:21 AM
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Jason<br> Do you have to remove the stump? Pine isn't the best for burning but you could probably sell the log at a mill. I sold alot of logs after Hurricane floyd. I have an 034 stihl. It's a good saw for most work. Also have a 40 husky. It's light and I use it for branches and other lighter wood.<br>A bit of advise- if the fallen tree your cutting still has a good hold on the ground, once you get weight off the top of it may raise upright. So be careful. Cut some chocks and use them under the tree as well as on the side where you're cutting. I can garauntee you will pinch the saw bar so you should have a spare saw. Remember, use common sense and protect your eyes, etc.
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