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That looks like a cool saw. Cuts quickly too. Eventually, I guess they won't be making gas saws.
 

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It has a nice to it as well, thanks!
 

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I've been a DeWalt guy since the mid 90's. BUT for what I would use a saw for it would take more than 30 mins and going through a 24" tree wouldn't work. BUT if it's a cleanup saw it works.
 

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The way I see it it'd make an ideal companion saw... use your big gasser for the large bits then give your ears a rest for the trim up.

They're getting better all the time fo' sho'.
 

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Yes this is the cleanup guy. I have a stihl farm boss for heavy stuff, a poulan for general use too. The video I made was for cleanup after a terrible wind storm we had here on Camano Island. The wood I was cutting were maple trees that SNAPPED IN TWO midway up. Never in my 30+ years here had I seen that happen.
 
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I like the saw.
Trees breaking part way up is the usual way Aspens break up North.
Can't say that I've ever seen other species do that though.

"were maple trees that SNAPPED IN TWO midway up"
 

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Ash trees and pines also do it around here.
 

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These are "vine" Maples. They grow out of a central base. Imagine a huge stalk of celery. They usually snap away from the base.
 
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