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Old 05-30-2013, 01:40 AM
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Default Re: Tree Roots for firewood

It's funny how the name on the tool is Lancelot

.......it will Lance a lot of your fingers off if you are not on the ball.

Not to say my Old skool McCulloch chainsaw is much better.

I saw some interesting YouTube stuff where you US fellas have what looks like a chainsaw style contraption for cutting concrete....... Cool
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Reporting back with results. I used some of the roots as it pretty much dried under the sun. The splits would catch fire once thrown into the oven.
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