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Re: first and second saws....3516....5020
« on: January 08, 2013, 06:00:01 pm »
Thanks for the comments. I try my best to sharpen the chain evenly. Is this just something that comes with experience? If a saw is cutting in a curve, how do you guys go about identifying the uneven chain teeth and fixing them?

Here's the 3516 on a pile of mesquite:



And the 5020. We just got a dumptruck load of wood on Sunday afternoon. Fun!


 

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