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Mingo 265-10 Reviews
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John
Purchased from Chain Saws Direct
Purchased 9/9/12
Total Reviews
4 Reviews
Total Helpful Votes
15 Helpful Votes
REVIEWED
NOV.
12
2012
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
18 Inch Wheel Is An Additonal Item
I also took the 18 inch wheel since many stoves will easily take 18 inch logs, and many stoves can take 24 inch logs (but that's making it hard to get them into the stove), so it's easier to cut 18 inch lengths or 16 inch lengths.

It's also faster for split wood in 16 or 18 inch lengths to "dry" out before using.
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Blythe Jones, Product Specialist
Power Equipment Direct, IL
Total Reviews
37 Reviews
Total Helpful Votes
230 Helpful Votes
REVIEWED
NOV.
18
2009
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
One Tool, Many Uses; Even In The Summer!
If you cut wood on a regular basis, this is one tool that will keep on working for you.

Just insert a can of surveyor’s paint and roll it down a log- it will mark 16 inch cuts over and over and over… up to 75 cords of wood before you run out of paint!

Uniform cuts mean less trimming and waste. It’s made out of heavy duty Lexan and can be fitted with different size measuring wheels, sold separately.

(It’s also great for measuring decking and fencing!)
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