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    Patron saint of bore-cutters Sponsor stig's Avatar
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    Clothing, wedge pouches, shoulder pads, caulk bootsall the good stuff that Europeans don't know about.
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    Maybe you can open a logging store online and corner the market once you hang up the saw?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flushcut View Post
    Thanks for the tips. Do you guys oil them before seasonal storage? I was thinking ammo can in the storage boxes on the trucks. I ended up getting chains for all four corners of each trucks. The chip truck is the main concern, even tho it's four wheel drive, it doesn't take much to get it stuck.
    I have never oiled mine...I just keep them dry in storage. Ammo can should be a good choice.

    Like Sean suggested, I bet messing with oily chains would likely be more of a bother than rusty ones .
    "Confidence is the feeling you sometimes have before you fully understand the situation."

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    Good point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stig View Post
    I just found out that Bailey's no longer ship overseas.
    Bummer!

    I was going to place a major order for stuff we can't get here.
    Dave ( thattreeguy) likes these guys in Whittier. Maybe call them and ask https://www.bishco.com/shop/
    Interesting how a limited gene pool and a limited labor force seem to be so closely related.

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    I've heard of brush pushers, but never seen a picture of one.
    If it looks like I asked a question, but put a period, it's probably a question.
    Don't know why I'm question-mark challenged online. 😀 New Year's Resolution, better proof reading.

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    Thanks Stephen.
    I'll see what they have.
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    I've heard of brush pushers, but never seen a picture of one.
    If you actually feel the need to buy one of these instead of just using a piece of brush that you're chipping anyway then I would question your ability to make sound judgement calls on a jobsite. Go ahead and justify it however you like, it's still a complete waste of money and caters to those incapable of thinking.
    -Brian

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    Some people might like it, Brian. No need to jump on anyone like that.

    Be nice, like me.

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    No, fair’s fair, that brush pusher is funny.
    Im condescending, that means I talk down to people.


    Mick