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shaz

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I was really surprised to find a brand new chainsaw under the tree when I was 10. Thought I got promoted to cutter from log hauler - boy was I wrong.
 

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Get him one of these. I got this one a few days ago. It weighs 5 pound and is 25cc and it is a cutting machine. This is the smallest lightest chainsaw ever made.

https://opereviews.com/trees-forestry/c ... op-handle/

https://www.homedepot.com/p/ECHO-12-in- ... /303200250


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jltrent":31bgcu9k said:
Get him one of these. I got this one a few days ago. It weighs 5 pound and is 25cc and it is a cutting machine. This is the smallest lightest chainsaw ever made. I have big hands and just about can cover it with one hand. My hands measure almost 11" from tip of the thumb to tip of pinky finger with my hand spread.

https://opereviews.com/trees-forestry/c ... op-handle/

https://www.homedepot.com/p/ECHO-12-in- ... /303200250


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Is there an age suggestion on that? :lol:
 

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TennesseeTuxedo":1a0t19oc said:
It's not cheap.
It is a Pro grade built chainsaw just like the big logging saws except smaller. I have not checked compression yet, but to be so small it has amazing compression.
 

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slick4591":gzqybmgi said:
jltrent":gzqybmgi said:
Get him one of these. I got this one a few days ago. It weighs 5 pound and is 25cc and it is a cutting machine. This is the smallest lightest chainsaw ever made. I have big hands and just about can cover it with one hand. My hands measure almost 11" from tip of the thumb to tip of pinky finger with my hand spread.

https://opereviews.com/trees-forestry/c ... op-handle/

https://www.homedepot.com/p/ECHO-12-in- ... /303200250


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Is there an age suggestion on that? :lol:

It is no bigger and if didn't know better looks about like this stihl chainsaw toy.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Stihl-Toy-Chai ... insaw.TRS0

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slick4591":3nvfwdx3 said:
[youtube]https://youtu.be/zBDlXY4crO8[/youtube]

I’m gonna tell you, that there is alright. Every little boy who grows up in the country on a farm could benefit from one of those. Someone has taken up some time with that little feller. He’s pretty sharp to be so young.
 

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slick4591":e3gqohyy said:
If ya got 'em post 'em.

[youtube]https://youtu.be/t8ukORfTyAY[/youtube]
You think he yells and cusses just like dad when he's working on that?
 
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