I see you DEMAND, your posts are deleted here after 6 days, you are so
embaresssed yr a hack boi crack
head............................................Joke as it
Echo motors I believe have the longest hour rating with semi
synthetic, a 300 hour rating, some models have chrome sleves and 2
piston rings. Check engine ratings many are 50 hours. I believe this
is pollution rating by EPA. Buy it as a consumer and its a 5 yr
Get a hand saw. If you don't know anything about chainsaws to the degree
that you are looking for one you can operate with one hand, that's what
you're going to end up with. One hand.
If it is that tight, and the branches are that small, get some good loppers
or an electric. If you really need an arborist chain saw, get either, as
they are good, and read the directions where it plainly says TWO HANDS ONLY.
He wasn't yelling- he was telling you the truth. You could lose more
than your remaining hand by using a chain saw one handed. Watching
you start it should be a real treat.
They make excellent electric loppers that can be safely operated one
handed- and can cut up to about 4".
Chances are your remaining hand is attached to a strong arm. You'd
be surprised how much you can cut with an arm powered saw that is kept
sharp and set.
Yep, and they all come with a little warning sticker on the top-handle
that says "Do not operate this saw one-handed, wink, wink"
A shark-toothed pruning saw (Fiskar's makes a good one with a
retractable blade) is just as fast up to about 2" if the wood is not
dead and dry.
Wrong. They all make pro grade saws designed to be as compact as
possible (thus top handle) and every one comes with warnings saying
not to use them one handed. I'm not sure but I think even OSHA has
work place rules banning that use.
Please post a picture of such. All the saws I have seen, including the
small electrics have a place for BOTH hands to rest. Oh, yes, I imagine one
COULD operate them one handed, and those guys are usually have nicknames
like Stumpy and Lefty. The Shindaiwa you posted has a place for two hands,
and even a spring loaded safety brake just like a real chain saw.
It has the second handle, since you should use it when conditions allow,
however the top handle and balance is intended to allow one handed
operation as is often required when working up in a tree. The lawyer
required warnings of course warn against that, but everyone knows what
the saw is designed for.
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