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    Who knows? I don’t know how to use it. But this is very interesting. I am looking for a super heavyweight chainsaw, what would you recommend? I found thischainsaw review, is it fair?

    I not very knowledgeable about chainsaws , one thing though if you say you want a super heavyweight I think you should look at the gas models.
    That being said the battery ones have come a long way ,
    Not quite as powerful but less noisy and no gas
    A bonus is that if you are already invested in one of the tool companies that makes it like Milwaukee or DeWalt
    Makita or if you have any Ego lawn equipment they have some decent battery operated chainsaws.

    I’m sure one of the members will chime in soon enough , especially some people who have more experience than I.
    Good luck , looking forward to seeing what you decide.

    #712029
    kurt@welkerhomes.com
    Moderator
    Owatonna, MN - Minnesota

    Who knows? I don’t know how to use it. But this is very interesting. I am looking for a super heavyweight chainsaw, what would you recommend? I found thischainsaw review, is it fair?

    I not very knowledgeable about chainsaws , one thing though if you say you want a super heavyweight I think you should look at the gas models.
    That being said the battery ones have come a long way ,
    Not quite as powerful but less noisy and no gas
    A bonus is that if you are already invested in one of the tool companies that makes it like Milwaukee or DeWalt
    Makita or if you have any Ego lawn equipment they have some decent battery operated chainsaws.

    I’m sure one of the members will chime in soon enough , especially some people who have more experience than I.
    Good luck , looking forward to seeing what you decide.

    I have the Makita battery chainsaw and have been very happy with it. The battery life seems good and the power is fine. I really like not having the constant noise of a gas saw and I believe it is a little lighter that my gas saw of a similar size. I bought it as the kit with the double charger and 4 batteries. I have probably close to 10 other Makita batteries so I think I could almost cut all day with it if I were just trimming and not bucking up large trees.

    #712031
    Miamicuse
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    Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    Who knows? I don’t know how to use it. But this is very interesting. I am looking for a super heavyweight chainsaw, what would you recommend? I found thischainsaw review, is it fair?

    It depends on your applications and what you mean by “super heavyweight”.

    Do you need portability? You can get chainsaws that are gas powered, corded, and cordless. Obviously the corded is not that convenient if you have to climb up, or stand on the edge of the roof and have to always drag along and untangle a long extension cord.

    Also do you need reach? If so you might consider a pole saw which gives you an added 10′ to 12′ reach instead of having to get right up to what you are cutting. But if your application is to mostly cut away fallen tree branches blocking a path or road, then you don’t need the reach. Some pole saws today are “2 in 1”. Allows you to remove the pole in the middle so you have both a regular chainsaw and a pole saw.

    The entry cost of a cordless battery chainsaw is probably higher since you have to get the saw, the batteries and charger to get started. Unless you buy the lime green basic version LOL.

    What about a STIHL?

    Super heavy duty can be very dangerous.

    #712032
    Miamicuse
    Pro
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    This guy can do some crafting with a chainsaw. 1:06 into the video.

    Why do they always set up the camera on the side away from the fall LOL?

    #712060
    Doobie
    Moderator

    Who knows? I don’t know how to use it. But this is very interesting. I am looking for a super heavyweight chainsaw, what would you recommend? I found this chainsaw review, is it fair?

    I think this new member is just here to drive people to the review website she hyperlinked. Can’t prove it, but that’s what I’m thinking.

    #712086
    DirtyWhiteBoy
    Pro
    Honolulu,, Hi.

    Who knows? I don’t know how to use it. But this is very interesting. I am looking for a super heavyweight chainsaw, what would you recommend? I found thischainsaw review, is it fair?

    Well if you don’t know how to use it I would stay away from a chain saw,, they are very dangerous.

    #712097
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    I have the Makita battery chainsaw and have been very happy with it. T

    I need to get a cordless chainsaw and the Makita unit looks really nice.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #712154
    Miamicuse
    Pro
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    Well if you don’t know how to use it I would stay away from a chain saw,, they are very dangerous.

    Very true. Not a good idea for someone who has never used one to try and use a SUPER HEAVY DUTY chainsaw.

    Man, those guys in the videos using big chainsaws doing plunge cuts with no protection, they have steel balls.

    #712162
    Doobie
    Moderator

    Man, those guys in the videos using big chainsaws doing plunge cuts with no protection, they have steel balls.

    They could also be as dumb as the stumps they make too!

    #712239
    Miamicuse
    Pro
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    They could also be as dumb as the stumps they make too!

    Check these out LOL! Amazing what people do.

    #712248
    Doobie
    Moderator

    Man, those guys in the videos using big chainsaws doing plunge cuts with no protection, they have steel balls.

    They could also be as dumb as the stumps they make too!

    Check these out LOL! Amazing what people do.

    Unbelievable some of the dumbass things people do. Especially dumb was the guy who has his ladder perched up higher on the tree from where he was cutting off its trunk. Now that is truly clueless!

    #712540
    Doobie
    Moderator

    OK video that explains the difference in why an angled cut versus a flat cut doesn’t work.

    #712545

    Who knows? I don’t know how to use it. But this is very interesting. I am looking for a super heavyweight chainsaw, what would you recommend? I found thischainsaw review, is it fair?

    Well if you don’t know how to use it I would stay away from a chain saw,, they are very dangerous.

    Very good point

    #758930

    thanks for the details..

    #759657
    Alber8
    Pro
    Los Angeles, California

    Can anyone suggest which the best between Bosch mini chainsaw and DeWalt Reciprocating tool ?

    #759658
    Alber8
    Pro
    Los Angeles, California

    LOL!! Its very funy 😀

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