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Hold the chainsaw flat, with the starter side up. Bend over and place the bottom side and heel of the bar on the stump. Cut the stump as close to the ground as possible, without hitting your chain against the dirt or ground.

Throttle the trigger fully and cut into the stump. Feb 10, Proper Chainsaw Techniques (for Cutting Trees, Logs & Stumps) May 8, February 10, by chainsawlarry. Table of Contents [ show] Proper Chainsaw Techniques.

1. Overbucking (Overcutting Chainsaw Technique) 2. Underbucking (Undercutting Chainsaw Technique) bushchopping.pwon: E. Main Street, SuiteLouisville,KY. Mar 30, Without any more waste of words, let’s jump to it. List of Contents [ hide] 1 Reason to remove tree stumps from lawn.





2 Way to remove a tree stump with a chainsaw. Step one: Shovel the surface. Step Two: Cut off the root. Step three: bring out the stump. 3 Safety issue during removing the tree bushchopping.pwted Reading Time: 5 mins.

May 03, For those of you who fall into that category; this is the Quick Version of how to remove a tree stump with a chainsaw. Get your personal protective equipment on (yes all of it) Cut the tree stump down close to the ground level; Dig all the dirt away from the stump – exposing the roots; Cut the roots with a chainsaw; Pry the stump from the groundReviews: 8.

Aug 15, When cutting the stump to the ground, make a point to apply the perfect weight measure with the chainsaw. Apply too little weight, and you’ll never get past the tree and wind up ruining the blade. Also, applying too much pressure can bind the chainsaw blade or kick-back, possibly injuring the injury. Keep firm pressure, and move slowly.



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