I am putting up a swing set for the kids. I need to cut the chain.
My neighbor said I have to rent a chainsaw.
Is this necessary or can I cut it with a hand tool?
Renting a chainsaw would cost more than the whole swing did.
A "chainsaw" isn't a saw to cut chain... :(
What you need is simply an appropriately sized bar cutter--the
Depending on what kind of chain you have, it may be possible to simply
cut it w/ a hacksaw. I'd measure where you need it cut and run down to
the local hardware store and go to the chain section and use theirs to
cut it if I didn't have one of my own. If they're one of the chain
franchises they may bitch a little and make you let them and charge a
nominal fee, but can't imagine more than $0.50/cut at the absolute
I hate to say this Duane but you've joined the list of other morons in
this thread who've answered this troll thinking it was a serious question.
It's the same troll using newdawg that posts a lot of other off-beat
You can buy a cheap o pair of bolt cutters at Harbor Freight, or maybe Home
depot. You will need them again sometime, and once you have some, you will
be amazed at how many times you will use it.
I got a set from a police auction of confiscated evidence. They are 43"
long. I got them for $20. They are American made, MCC True Craft. I also
have two smaller pair. When I want to cut something big, just get that big
bad boy out, and POINK!
A good pair of bolt cutters is a good tool to have.
I'll sure be glad when school starts again and you have something else to do
Although the OP may have been a troll, the suggestion about having a pair of
bolt cutters around is a good one. After all, this is a group about home
You don't know?
Steve, who keeps plonking you, but your sorry ass just keeps coming through.
Can anyone help me? I have hit the "Block Sender" on this guy a dozen
times, yet he still slithers through. What am I doing wrong? Or does he
have some sort of cyber voodoo that keeps him from being plonked?
He is a real idiot, and I would just like to be rid of him.
Any help appreciated.
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Yeah, and you hold the work with a pair of ratchet jaw pliers.
The filings and scraps can be cleaned up with a troll magnet.
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