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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-26-2010, 11:16 AM Thread Starter
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I can no longer handle my various chain saws around the lake place. In the old days we had very well made and very sharp one and two man saws to cut all our wood and we really piled it up some days.
Can you fellas recommend a saw like that of modern manufacture?
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I've got an old 2 man saw but have never used it.
I would say that this German made one would be pretty good though.
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http://www.mendotatools.com/Timber-Saw-P159C32.aspx
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How about making your own one man H type Bow Saw the blades are cheap and you can make the saw for peanuts ..

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I can no longer handle my various chain saws around the lake place. In the old days we had very well made and very sharp one and two man saws to cut all our wood and we really piled it up some days.
Can you fellas recommend a saw like that of modern manufacture?



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check out Lehman's Hardware in Kidron Ohio. They carry stuff for Amish folks. My memory says they have one & two man saws . Good luck
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