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Hand saws are inefficient and www.diabetes.org.br can be difficult to use in certain situations. The only alternative, unfortunately, is an overly-complex, two-stroke engine linked to it's cool canada viagra prescription a sharp chain that will set you back a couple hundred bucks, rarely be used, spew out clouds of burnt oil, and likely endanger your pets and children.

So why not mix the usefulness of the chain with the televideocom.com efficiency of muscle-power! Well, a small company called Green Mountain Products is selling just such a device. Unfortunately I can't figure out where to buy them...it looks like Green Mountain Products is only selling wholesale. This isn't going to be the fastest way to cut down a tree, and I would be a little bit afraid of cutting a falling limb from directly below, but there's almost certainly no better option for emissions-free tree trimming.

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written by rob, July 26, 2007
Another eco method of tree felling, is to keep a domesticated beaver. Of course they prefer to cut down the whole tree, as their legs are a bit short for climbing.
However throwing them up into the tree does work.....
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Hand Powered Chain Saw
written by mike, July 26, 2007
you can find this product on amazon.com
http://www.amazon.com/High-Limb-Rope-Chain-Saw/dp/B0000AX82D
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written by Dan Berlyoung, July 26, 2007
You can also get it at Sears. At least I bought one just like this a few years ago there. Works great for limbs that are out of legal pharmacy online reach but under about 25'.
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written by Brian, July 26, 2007
This is a good idea. However, I don't feel its very safe to cialis fed ex stand under the limb you are cutting off, as the man in the top right picture is doing. Maybe this should be used after the limb is try it levitra without prescriptions removed from the www.ncitech.co.uk tree since that is when the majority of the cutting will be done.
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written by zgrav, July 26, 2007
it's easy enough to find companies selling this item using google. even Amazon is carrying both the home version and the professional version.
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written by Herno, July 30, 2007
brian: just don´t stand underneath, take two steps to the side and that´s it.
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written by Tamare, August 01, 2007
I would suggest a ladder above the target limb, that way your not in the danger zone.

Tamare E.
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written by ÅŸenol, August 23, 2007
siz o iple sünnetcilik yaparsınız anca a.q
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written by Robert Selter, March 17, 2008
I have been using this saw for two years and just ordered another. I have added rope to the saw and cut as high as 100' by using a casting rod with 90# test line and http://www.investordaily.com.au/50-mg-cialis teardrop sinker and casing over limbs. I then fasten the saw rope to the line when removing sinker so as to pull saw rope over limbs.
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Manual Chain Saw Stuck
written by Alan, April 20, 2009
I was using my handy manual chain saw to saw a branch (I used a slingshot a weight and a casting rod to get my saw over the samples viagra cialis branc). The problem is this: I started sawing, then the rope broke. No problem getting the saw out, just pulled it through the cut. I repaired the rope and got the saw back over the branch. Before I knew what happened, the saw was back into the old cut (50% through a 6 inch branch). The problem is that the teeth are facing the what is viagra wrong way and the rope prevents the saw from being drawn back through so I can flip it. I wish there were teeth on both sides of the saw. I am now reduced to viagra sales online trying to wear through the brach with friction and hoping the rope will eventually break again so I can draw the blade back through the cut. Any ideas on getting my saw back down?
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Manual Chain Saw Stuck...4 Alan
written by Michael, June 04, 2009
Didnt know they made these...for years all I have done is to take a chainsaw chain, two lengths of rope, fishing line with a weight to pull up the rope. Best done with two men and adjustable handles (broomstick)....Safe? maybe, maybe not..Darwin will always get his cut...The biggest reason for binding is the weight of tree pinches chain...use another rope to pull cut apart...I have cut branches greater than 12" doing it that way. Obviously I am still alive to tell about it...
good luck
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great for camping
written by J-Mac, April 25, 2010
The chainsaw blabe is great for backpacking. while you are walking along just wip this out, wrap it around the tree, and saw. It weigh nothing in comparison to any power cutter and order levitra pill workes better, too. I only used a real chainsaw blade and used a T-grip: no rope.
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written by Reggie, May 26, 2013
I wish to be supplied with a good sample of these saws. First for my own use then if i am happy with the product we can talk more. Cheers
Reggie
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Camping
written by Luka, March 05, 2014
I have similar hand saw for my camping needs. A must in the wilderness.

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