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    Picked up this maple to mill, little heavy with a downhill lean loading it up so had to use the orange counterweight. Should get sone good spalted slabs out of it. C00EDAC3-5098-41AF-B077-116B7E2827B7.jpeg 1B57892E-F358-433A-897F-AF8B97BA6108.jpeg A91E40A4-DC68-48B2-B4A9-A57D3A924E7D.jpeg FDC5CC52-E333-4822-87F1-A40B35D0B80B.jpeg
     
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    Just bought it, so we wuz just testing it out.
     
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    Haha. Pruning usually involves cutting all the dead out of the tree. And half of them aren't safe to climb any more. We've had the beetle out here for over ten years.
    Lots of treated Ash to prune though. And occasionally a holdout tree isn't decimated
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    And ... How did it do???
     
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    Runs great, nice and smooth.
    Seems pretty much like a real one as far as how it preforms.
     
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    Good to know, let us know how well it holds up.
     
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    Ronie Here For The Long Haul!

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    Prettied up a 440 starter.

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    Will do, boss.
     
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    Cut some cedar cookies for future tables A44132F4-C38C-4D92-AD6F-695900249734.jpeg 28E98815-9745-40E4-95F6-ED878A7330D4.jpeg
     
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    IMG_20220513_130902024_HDR.jpg Today Groundi and I were working on cleaning up a termite destroyed structure. That pile of sawdust and wood chips used to be plywood, studs, joists and rafters...
     
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    Some slight decay on that one…
     
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    Got a lot done yesterday .Laid the Round Up on my driveway of my shop .Changed the oil in the Ranger and cut down a clutch drum for the 024 Stihl from an 026 drum .Here's the deal on that .According to the Stihl dealer they never offered a rim drive for the early models only a spur .The 026 has a notch for the wire of the center drive oil pump but this 024 has a gear drive and the 026 drum is too deep .I tried cutting it down in the lathe but that steel is as hard as tool steel and with a delayed cut hitting the notch I couldn't hold it true in the chuck .Used a 12" disc sander and thinned it down .Then cleared about 35 feet of a 250 of brush on the ditch bank of the 5 acres of woods I just bought .
     

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    got some seat time on the 154 over the weekend, she's a runner. I mowed for about 3 hours, it used about a pint of oil. I think it's been sitting for a while & may have a few stuck rings. I'm gonna keep running Seafoam in the gas & maybe put some in the oil next time I mow.
     
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