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Offline bandmiller2

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Truck saw
« on: February 21, 2016, 06:13:41 PM »
Fess up guys how many of you have your saw in the truck all the time.?? I have one of those extended cab mini warehouses and the saw rides right behind me along with two metal detectors and a couple of bands and enough tools to give a mule a bad back. Frank C.

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Re: Truck saw
« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2016, 06:26:35 PM »
Depends upon which saw you are referring to.  The chain saws, the brush saws, or whatever.  When I am out working the forest property I will have at least one of the brush saws (FS-450 or FS-250) but most likely both of them and I always have my 026 Stihl.  I only take the big boy out when there is a good reason.  Probably should let it out more often.  It gets lonely being left back at the house. :laugh: :laugh:

If you are talking the mill saw.  I don't take it out that often.  It stays back at home.
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Offline backwoods sawyer

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Re: Truck saw
« Reply #2 on: February 22, 2016, 09:53:42 AM »
I find that I am unloading the tools from one job and reloading the truck with another assortment of tool depending on what the project is for the day, so sadly :( I have found myself without a saw in the truck. About need a service truck to to carry all the tools all the time. 
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Re: Truck saw
« Reply #3 on: January 22, 2018, 12:21:31 PM »
Ha HA, I have a service truck, but it is set up for mechanic tools, large air comp, welder, and a full set of tools from small to heavy equipment, it very seldom leaves the house. I picked up a dually with a service bed to use as a mill truck, but haven't really set it up, it os only 2 wheel drive, not sure how well I will like it.