From the chainsaw lines that you carry, what is the minimum size ENGINE would you recommend for excellent performance cutting all types of wood?
I am not asking about bar length but rather recommended power needed to cut oak, locust, etc.
asked 2 years, 3 months ago
on Alaskan MK III Portable Lumber Mill, Model# G776-24
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With a 24" chainsaw, you should be looking at one with at least 60 cc or 3.7 hp . Northern offers a variety of Husgvarna chainsaws that you should consider. Please contact us by phone for current availability and pricing.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
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Buy the largest chainsaw engine you can afford within the MKIII manufacturers recommendations (I believe 55cc is the smallest recommended). I started out with a saw I already owned 41cc & quickly upgraded to a 76.5cc chainsaw. My 41cc was an occasional use saw & I felt like I had to keep giving it time to cool down. My professional use 76.5cc saw will throw chips all day or as long as I can run. Happy Milling. 1CRAZYLOGGER.
answered 2 years ago
- Not sure where in Indiana.
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