That's what I've always seen referred to as a sawbuck, USMM guy.Than it will with higher Octane. With that said. If you are really looking to provide yourself with a lot of usable firewood. The saw is just part of it. You will also need to have a good saw horse. Additionally you will need to have a way of placing heavy logs in your saw horse. A good set of pallet forks for your tractor will serve you well in this regard.
Back from when a "sawbuck" could actually buy something. So did I pass the history lesson or not?That's what I've always seen referred to as a sawbuck, USMM guy.
Shaped like an X, hence a $10 bill is a sawbuck, and $20 is a double sawbuck, XX.
(your woodcutting history lesson is now over, )
Try your local bicycle shop. They should have a "pin pusher". (least thats what we called chain tools when I was mt. bike racing)Use the kerosene to clean the bar and in cold weather when the oiler is not running well thin the oil. Still looking for a chain break tool. Any info would be great.