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Old 11-11-2012, 01:59 AM
blake101 blake101 is offline
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Originally Posted by darryl gesner View Post
You have to be really careful never to touch the ground at all when cutting, to brush off any dirt that's on the wood and cut any stumps last if you want your chains to stay sharp longer. The lower parts of tree trunks always have some dirt embedded in them that will dull chains quickly.
Very good advice...
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