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Old November 26th, 2006, 10:01 AM   #1
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Default Free wood. I cut, you load.. Dropping (12-14) 1'-2' diameter maples

a mix of sugar maples, and japanese maples.

I have no use for this wood, but I am going to have alot of it.. I just want to secure a source who will pick it up before I start cutting them down.

You can back right up to the location where the trees will be dropped.. Located near airport/dixie highway

I am going to cut down some of the smaller ones today (50'-60').
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Old November 26th, 2006, 10:34 AM   #2
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I Can't use them all, but will take as much as I can, I live real close, airport and hatchery, just let me pm as you get some done, I'll come by in the wrangler, and make a few trips.
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Old November 26th, 2006, 10:41 AM   #3
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I Can't use them all, but will take as much as I can, I live real close, airport and hatchery, just let me pm as you get some done, I'll come by in the wrangler, and make a few trips.


In a wrangler? How about you help me fill up my ram, since you are like 40 seconds away, then i can drive it over
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Old November 26th, 2006, 11:06 AM   #4
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Can they be burned up this year? Or are these for next winter?
I can take either way. I have my 16'car/woodie hauler.
pm me your phone# kelly, i didnt save it from times past. You can give me an address/location to grab some wood.
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Old November 26th, 2006, 12:05 PM   #5
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Haha, you want to grab CC's wood. I can't help but think that this is all a joke... :tonka:
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Old November 26th, 2006, 12:41 PM   #6
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what diameter are the larger trees (any how many)? how tall? Big enough to make trim lumber?
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Old November 26th, 2006, 01:02 PM   #7
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what diameter are the larger trees (any how many)? how tall? Big enough to make trim lumber?

the bigger ones are 22-28 inches in diameter

6 of them. Probably 70-80' tall

if you want some, I can cut them in longer lengths
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hmmm, i have to run that Th400 up to Chris sometime anyways. I'll call my uncle tomorow to see if he wants them (he has a small sawmill type thing). He would want 8.5-9' lengths... I'll let you know more tomorow. If someone wants it all before I get there, then by all means, just get rid of it. lol
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Old November 26th, 2006, 01:22 PM   #9
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hmmm, i have to run that Th400 up to Chris sometime anyways. I'll call my uncle tomorow to see if he wants them (he has a small sawmill type thing). He would want 8.5-9' lengths... I'll let you know more tomorow. If someone wants it all before I get there, then by all means, just get rid of it. lol
well, let me know.. I have to break in my new stihl with 4 tanks of 1/2 throttle, so I'm not touching the bigger ones today.
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Old November 26th, 2006, 10:56 PM   #10
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well, let me know.. I have to break in my new stihl with 4 tanks of 1/2 throttle, so I'm not touching the bigger ones today.

ahh thats hoarse shit just run the damn thing i have never once broke in a motor and i have stihl saws and back pack blowers that are going on 8 years of commercial use with out a problem.
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Old November 26th, 2006, 11:02 PM   #11
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ahh thats hoarse shit just run the damn thing i have never once broke in a motor and i have stihl saws and back pack blowers that are going on 8 years of commercial use with out a problem.
my stihl backpack blower works like a charm after 3 years .

(and it was properly broken in)



I went through two tanks of gas with 40-60% throttle today on the chainsaw
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breaking in a 2-cycle engine?


screw that, just run it
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Old November 26th, 2006, 11:04 PM   #13
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x2 my redmax blower is 7 years old, and was never broke in
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hey, no problem. when you guys spend 500 bucks on a chainsaw, make sure to run it at full rpm's out of the box. Because the GIANT yellow tag attached to the fuel tank says to make sure you do the break-in. That was probably put there by someone who knows way less about 2 stroke engines then you guys.

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hey, no problem. when you guys spend 500 bucks on a chainsaw, make sure to run it at full rpm's out of the box. Because the GIANT yellow tag attached to the fuel tank says to make sure you do the break-in. That was probably put there by someone who knows way less about 2 stroke engines then you guys.

actually it was put there by someone who knows way less about engines, the line worker (or at least i would assume)


actually its your chainsaw do as you wish, it just seems odd that it would take that long to break in a 2 stroke
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Ahh, Stihl. One of the few companies with balls enough to tell the boxes to fVck off and only sell thru distributors.
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i can take some, im in livingston county but not until december 11th. ive got a 16 foot flat bed and i could even help cut them up if you wish.
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I would be happy to haul away a pickup full. PM me with your addy.
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With it getting dark around 4pm now, I have no time after work to cut down trees. This weekend though I will be at it again
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Old November 29th, 2006, 08:39 AM   #20
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With it getting dark around 4pm now, I have no time after work to cut down trees. This weekend though I will be at it again
If a M35(2.5 ton 6x6) and a 1.5 ton trailer wouldn't destroy your yard, I could take everything thats left, let me know..there are a lot of people in front of me though...
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