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    Processing Firewood the Professional Redneck Way

    It's a Bosch stand, collapses down into something that resembles a 2 wheel hand truck
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    Processing Firewood the Professional Redneck Way

    Attaching the top: 16” is a common chainsaw bar length. I increased the top length to 32”. Cut 14 – 2x8’s to 32”. and butt 2 boards together over each table section. Stole this idea from a YouTube video. Mark a tape measure with the cut positions of the bucking table. This will...
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    Processing Firewood the Professional Redneck Way

    Extra Bracing: I plan to move the finished stand with pallet forks, thus I need a lifting rail on each side. I cut 2 - 2x4's at 57", the assembly jigs are 3 1/2" wide. Using the jigs for spacers and some clamps, I attached my lifting rails. (remember, building stand up-side down)...
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    Processing Firewood the Professional Redneck Way

    This will be a long assembly post with many photos, you may want to bookmark it and read on a rainy day. You will need a root grapple to lift logs, A miter saw to cut multiple 4x4's and 2x8's to size, plus other wood working tools most home owners all ready have. Let's start...
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    Source for Top Link Bushings for quick hitch?

    You may have to buy cat1 -> cat2 top link bushing & cat2 -> cat3 top link bushing to get the fit you want.
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    Daily Chuckle

    Take me to your food bowl
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    Daily Chuckle

    Why is Santa so jolly? He knows where all the naughty girls live.
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    Daily Chuckle

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    Thought crocs were lazy person's footwear, look what's the new fashion trend
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    When gen Z'ers give up papers, tv, magazines advertisers will try anything these days
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    Redneck battle plans?
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    Followed Tesla's plans, It works