Doesn't necessarily mean he doesn't know what he's doing..... 😏
Yup as a ex arborist this is common practice on saws. Clean it and flip it. Also saw drops are pretty common. Get a quality say if u use it alot. I have dropped more then a few saws from 40+ feet in the air and mangled my chain bar. I've damn near wrapped one around Mt saw. Swap the bar n chain, runs like a champ first start! Also maintain ur chain. U can stich a cut, not a rip. When ur arms are tired bcuz u are pushing n pushing, u can't fight kickback fast enough! Keep ur chain sharp and ur health, safety, and arms will thank u!
It means he knows what he's doing. Good video man. Not alot of sawers know this.
The cocked eyebrow always makes me stand at attention.
I learned this tip from you many years ago! Bar has been rotated a few times since then! Thanks, WS!
Yup, did this in my wood cutting business. Just made sense to extend the life of your equipment.
“It’s wranglin’ time”
So it basically means he knows what he's doing
The tree service I work for in Ms does this often to get more life out of the bars. Most of the time we wear the paint of the bar, they shine in the sun
So much info I never knew don't need will never use and I can't stop F'in watching...keep up the great content
Your bar sure has a lot of words on it!
I love these. Super interesting, and the music is on point
As a former Hotshot I like your stuff!! Well done
It in fact means the person you see with his bar upside-down knows exactly what he's doing. Love your videos. Thanks
I've learned much from these shorts. Had I a different life, I'd be signing up for forestry work at this moment.
Love the full wrap handle. That's a Sawyer right there!
Thank you for the advice.Definitely I will put it to good use in the future
I love when people at work tell me I've put the bar on upside down, they always say it loud so other people can hear them. Like they know better 🙄 😒
I live in rural Alaska and literally have my bar flipped right now. I can't tell you how many times somebody has been like you put that on wrong.
Yep I alternate every other disassembly/ chain swap (for the most part/ when I remember)