General Guidelines Firewood Chainsaw.
May 24, For a one-man lumbering operation, it’s advisable you get a chainsaw within 14 – 24 inches. Selecting such a bar length is perfect for avoiding kickback. Also, there’re other bars which could measure up to 36 inches in length. These bars are commonly used in two-man lumbering stumplopping.bar Size Inch (Maximum): 30 inches.
Dec 27, If you plan to use a chainsaw for jobs more moderate than occasional light cutting, then consider a chainsaw with a or inch-long cutting bar. Sometimes such a.
As a rule of thumb, the chainsaw bar should be at least two inches longer than the thickness of whatever it is you are trying to cut.
Certain tasks are best performed with certain bar sizes of chainsaw. Pruning: Small limbs, 6- to inch bar; larger branches, 8- to inch bar.
Oct 12, For example, if you know you’ll never cut branches or logs over inches in diameter, then a chainsaw with a 12″ bar and chain will be ideal. But, if you want to fell trees inches in diameter then you need a inch chainsaw. Yes, you can cut trees thicker than the diameter of your bar and chain BUT, two things you need to think about. Nov 02, Oct 26, #1. question about the maximum tree diameter i can use a chainsaw on in relation to the bar length. everything i have seen while googling is if you are taking a tree down.
my trees are already down (in about foot sections) so my question is concerning sawing these into firewood size pieces.
the chainsaw i have has an 18" stumplopping.barted Reading Time: 3 mins.