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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenthejeepguy View Post
    Thanks I’ll study what you’ve got. This last summer I had to turn around 4 times for 18-24” trees down. Small ones I’ve been able to winch out of the way, or just go over if their on the ground. My regular Stihl is just too big for a camping/Jeeping trip.


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    It's a Craftsman 46cc 18" . I only have one old picture of it in my Jeep but I still carry it in about the same way. By putting the case with saw blade toward the rear, a lot of stuff can still be stacked around it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenthejeepguy View Post
    Sorry if this has been talked about, but I think I want to start carrying a chainsaw with me, but they take up so much room. Anyone else carry one? Have you found one that’s easy to stow away?


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    I have a battery powered one from when I used to overland. Went on a trip that called for one, purchased it when I came home and haven't needed it since. Still new / unused if you are interested.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    It's a Craftsman 46cc 18" . I only have one old picture of it in my Jeep but I still carry it in about the same way. By putting the case with saw blade toward the rear, a lot of stuff can still be stacked around it.

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    Probably wouldn’t be as good as a chainsaw but you could get a Milwaukee sawzall tool only to match your other tool there and get some long wood blades. It would work for smaller trees too


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    That electric Stihl is interesting. It could help clear a decent sized tree of a trail with out keeping a gas smelling chainsaw inside the jeep with you. It wouldn’t help you clear the Mackenzie, but for and occasional tree, it might be a nice piece of kit to carry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Probably wouldn’t be as good as a chainsaw but you could get a Milwaukee sawzall tool only to match your other tool there and get some long wood blades. It would work for smaller trees too


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    I actually have that setup already too, lol. Turns out this corded Milwaukee tool was just in there for a few days while I was helping a buddy. This thing just crapped out on me after about 10 years of hard use. I used it for cutting a ton of steel over the years. I'll definitely be getting another one. It's a great tool.
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