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#1 posted 02-16-2012 05:49 PM

another option, you should be able to rent a chainsaw at Home Depot. If you only need it a couple hours, I can’t imagine it would be more than $30 or so. Once the tree is down, you’ll probably want to buck it up too. I wouldn’t want to do all that with a bow saw.

So…..that said…..using a chainsaw isn’t rocket science, but if you haven’t used one before BE CAREFUL!!!!!!

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