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    Big Wood

    Sometimes 14 inches just isn't enough

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    you would really have to be an optimist, or have very poor spatial skills, to take that size timber on with that small a chain saw.
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    Totally agree you would need a STIHL MS 880 Magnum for that lot It looks good though

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    Having had to clear a bigger tree to get out of where we were camped in the Victorian High Country with an ealier model of the same solo saw many years ago. I can apreciate this. Luckily I had 4 chains and 2 bars in my chainsaw box
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    nice innuendos there, with the title and the description, really had me worried what I'd see whilst the pic was loading.
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    That was some big tree!

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    small saw for such a big tree!?
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    Quality German product so it's up to the task.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rafikicat View Post
    That was some big tree!
    Ah, but it could be deceptive. Cap says its a 14 inch saw, but what if it's 4 inches?

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    14 inches!!! Haha. Have you been known to "brag" before?
    Cheers Brian.

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