INSANELY EASY CHAINSAW MILL TEST DRIVE! + First Impressions VS Homemade Mill




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Bruce Ralston: I'm guessing that you have a few ladders of different lengths, so that they will match up with your logs. It looks like the ladder needs to be a little bit longer than the log, but if it's too long it would be awkward. Or do you try to cut the logs to match the length of your ladders?

Greg Doucette: it's so easy even these guys can use it.

Anthony Franklin: Great video... question... I was told that in the 'oldens' they'd take the lumber green and build with it. It seems worrisome to me, but maybe they knew something I don't. What is your experience in this regard?

rustynails113: what length bar are you using?

trippleaaaaaaaaaa: I have a suggestion for the first cut and end cuts. I made my ladder,double the width of the mill added to the length of the log. so an 8ft log would get about,a 10ft ladder. get a nicer first cut and a no worry end cut,cause you're not supporting half the weight of the saw and mill.

Greg Brooks: I have been thinking about buying the Granberg EZ rails G1080  but wanted to know if the 2x4 rail you made is plenty good for your first cut.

Greg Brooks: OK now that you have owned this Alaskan for some time now would you buy it all over again.  Been wanting to buy one but like most things they end up being a disappointment. Also is the 36" about the largest mill with the MS660 that one man can go with.

Boss Man: less talk more chop chop

redbaronalb: Where can i get it?

Chuck Just Chuck: lock washers might help the lock nut loosening...

z Hitch: Thanks for this video!

Robert Orr: I thought he said he was going to talk about and show the difference s between a ripping chain and a crosscut chain. Never saw it.

Paul Inglis: if you add a hand boat winch to your mill you will find the cut to be more smother

Mike Snell: put a winch on the granberg and the divots and angles look more like a band mill. Also solves the tired arm from the constant pressure on the saw.

Thomas Slue: How much does this contraption cost?

Semaj IsmE: About 1 minute of action
14 minutes of babbling

Gary Potter: Dude add a winch!!!

John Hales: thats ALLOT of waisted wood

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Kitty Cat: For getting your first cut, try using a straight framed aluminum ladder. Its light and stiff (^_^)
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Bruce Ralston: I'm guessing that you have a few ladders of different lengths, so that they will match up with your logs. It looks like the ladder needs to be a little bit longer than the log, but if it's too long it would be awkward. Or do you try to cut the logs to match the length of your ladders?
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INSANELY EASY CHAINSAW MILL TEST DRIVE! + First impressions VS homemade mill