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Battery powered chainsaw firewood

using new firewood guide with battery powered chainsaw

We continue to be impressed with the Oregon battery powered chainsaw.

It took about 50 minutes for Anna and me to cut up some tree limbs.

The charge indicator was at the halfway point when we started, which means the battery time is close to 2 hours depending on how much stopping you do between cuts. It still had some juice left when the indicator display was at zero and that's when we stopped.



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Looks like you may want to flip your supports around on the wagon, so that the wood uprights are on the outside. Then you are less likely to hit the metal with the chain and harm it or the wagon.
Comment by Than Thu Sep 4 16:57:04 2014

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime