Carla Burke wrote:Thanks, Pearl! I'm not entirely sure I get how it gets me out from under it, though...
Pearl Sutton wrote:
Rope saws are useful beasts to learn to work. I don't have one right now, have in the past, I need to get one. Best way to learn them is closer to the ground, then move up higher as you understand them.
Juanita Colucci wrote:
I have seen another type of saw "tooth" arrangement on a rope saw. It looks thinner and I wonder if it would reduce the drag or binding of the blade. Teeth are only on 1 side tho, a drawback. Does anyone have experience with this type of saw?
Rufus Laggren wrote:> cheater bars
Careful there. I've broken a couple of loppers and clippers that way...
And, as somebody mentioned: Sharp makes a WHOLE lot of difference for a pole saw. Even for a clipper or lopper.
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