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ChiChat19: Thread Circling The Drain As Locals Flee IL

clownish

just clowning around
I just use a sawzall blade or my chainsaw if it’s big.

Any particular favorite blades? Someone mentioned a pruning blade specifically but I figured using the hybrids that cut wood but can go through nails etc would probably be easiest.

Yea for ryobi, i picked up the lawn mower, pole trimmer, hedge trimmer, weed wacker, and leaf blower. The only regret I've experienced so far is that the lawn mower was awful this year during the first cut. I guess I never let it get that long before with this mower.
 

GolNat

Autocross Champion
Any particular favorite blades? Someone mentioned a pruning blade specifically but I figured using the hybrids that cut wood but can go through nails etc would probably be easiest.

Yea for ryobi, i picked up the lawn mower, pole trimmer, hedge trimmer, weed wacker, and leaf blower. The only regret I've experienced so far is that the lawn mower was awful this year during the first cut. I guess I never let it get that long before with this mower.

DeWault, Diablo or Milwaukee is what I usually use. The larger tooth wood blades. I use a little 12V sawzall so an 18V or corded one would rip right through it.
 

clownish

just clowning around
Perfect. Started this morning clearing brush and waited till 11AM, then let it rip. My old corded milwaukee Sawzall was perfect on the hedges down to the stumps and all the old metal chainlink posts and whatnot. Probably going to return this chainsaw.
 

Former Honda Guy

Autocross Newbie
Decided to up my fixed blade game with a Fallkniven A1. It makes my KA-BAR D2 feel like a floppy noodle in comparison.
 

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