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  1. #21
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    Aug 2006
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    Quote Originally Posted by shylock3 View Post
    I've got a B-20 timberking, the loaders are nice, but there is still a lot of backbreaking work to a sawmill. I sawed 3 days last week sawing out a barn pattern. 18ft 6x6s are hard to do anything with. I'm sore allover. I'm going to saw some Cedar for boxes, I've already got some Popular.
    What bands do you run? I refrained from buying timberking because they want to0 much for them.... I am trying Simonds right now as they where recommended to me by another b20 owner. Do you do your own setting and sharpening?
    Always question Conventional Wisdom.

  2. #22
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    north east al.( scottsboro)
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    I found that poplar is the best light if you let it cure out then plane it i buy rough cut and then when it's ready got my on plane works the best

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