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Might have to try that sometime. That would be handy for me if I could master that skill.
 

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Post rippin GTG at my house this year fellas. What'cha think?
 

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Wow...that is impressive!! Fun to watch.
 

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I'm too fat to do this possibly too old too! Lol
 

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Pretty sure the top vid is a member.
 

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Lot of skill and practice to win that
 

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Try that with Elm
It might not be that bad. Almost all the Elm I come across has no problem spliting along its growth rings. Its only when I try splitting it across the rings is where it fights back. :2guns:
 

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It would be fun. Cedar is about the only logs we have that split that easy that I know of. I'd like to go down there and watch some of their racing.
 

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I'd like to learn more about the saws they use: how they mod them and especially how they sharpen the chain for the rip cuts.

Looks like big displacement engines (3120s and 088s) and 18-20" bars. Maybe 9 tooth sprockets?
 
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