/ Tractors and wood! Show your pics #17,721
There's actually 2 of them. The one in the Ranger is a 570 and the smaller one in the trailer is a 336. Both great saws but the 570 seems to be getting heavier as I age and I prefer to use the 336 for most work because it is much lighter. However the 570 is a much better saw for bucking or dropping the larger stuff. I also have an old 394xp with a 36" bar that I was given years ago. It barely ever gets used because of its weight and the bar being way too long for the stuff I work on.Nice pictures, Hilbilly, thanks for posting! You have some great looking equipment there, is that a Husqvarna poking into that load?
A little off subject but I’m pretty sensitive to poison ivy. I got a case 6 weeks ago that is just now starting to go away. I know when and where I got into it cutting and splitting wood a couple of different times. I just took my chances.
My chainsaw got used to cut through some of the vines. My question is does anybody have good ideas on cleaning the saw? I thought about power washing it but that sounds like a bad idea. The problem is there are so many nooks and crannies filled with saw dust on a chainsaw.