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High Limb CS-48 Rope-and-Chain Saw

October 26, 2013 - Comment

There are limbs that need to be cut in places where the “rope saw” can do it best and do it safely. The 48″ pro saw comes with 24′ of non-conductive polypropylene rope on each end. A throwing weight on one rope end is for tossing over the limb to start the cut. Carbon steel

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There are limbs that need to be cut in places where the “rope saw” can do it best and do it safely. The 48″ pro saw comes with 24′ of non-conductive polypropylene rope on each end. A throwing weight on one rope end is for tossing over the limb to start the cut. Carbon steel patented BIMATIC teeth provide efficient bi-directional cutting action and may be sharpened with a conventional 5/32″ round file. To cut limbs higher than 25 feet just add more rope. Works best on limbs and branches up to 13″ in diameter. This is for the 48″ chainsaw.

Comments

Joe "Joe" says:

Good for limited use I recently purchased this and used it to cut two branches that were about 25 feet high. The first was no problem and I was shocked how easy it was. While cutting the second branch, the chain got jammed in the branch when it was almost cut all the way through. It took me an hour to get it free but I learned the tricks to free it quicker in the future. The instructions say to stand way out to the side so that the branch does not fall on your head, but the problem when you do that is when the…

Dman "nomaD" says:

Almost the right tool I had purchased the Professional High Limb Rope Cain Saw – 48in for a neighbor’s Oak tree limb that was shading my backyard garden. It was about forty feet up and 13″ in diameter.The saw came with a Throw bag, Handles, and Rope with saw attached.The Throw bag work flawlessly. Two tries and I had made the branch. After drawing the saw up for the cutting that is where the “Almost the right tool” comes into play.The Righting Weight at the end of the saw…

Tom D says:

Amazing – will make you smile Smile? Yes, I bought this out of desperation but it works so well, and so easy that three of us working with it the first time all started smiling. I know none of us thought it would really work. Requires two people, but is fast and easy.The downside, some of the limbs we were trying to trim were about 30′ up. It took a lot to finally get the weight bag over a limb. It’s harder than you might think. Then there’s the problem of getting the chain right side up. There’s a weight…

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