Model # 80-934

Internet #204360247

Forest Master 661 lb. Capacity Quick Fire Saw Horse, Log Holder for Chainsaws and Log Splitters
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Forest Master

661 lb. Capacity Quick Fire Saw Horse, Log Holder for Chainsaws and Log Splitters

$10899 /each
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Product Overview

Make your log-cutting jobs easier with this holder from Olympia Tools. It offers easy one-person operation, and the Olympia brand stands for the highest level of quality.

  • Maximum log length of 20 ft. diameter of 13 in. and maximum weight of 661 lbs.
  • Easy one-person operation
  • Natural height positioning allows log to be cut without bending, preventing back strain
  • Automatically adjusts to the diameter of the log, holding it clear of the frame so it can be cut without repositioning
  • V-blade and chain log clamp system holds log securely against the rotation caused by a chainsaw
  • Quick fold and open for easy use
  • Wood not included

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
46.46
Product Height (in.)
3.35
Product Width (in.)
7.87

Details

Returnable
30-Day

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Customer Questions & Answers

I see it has the dual bars under the log (and the chain over), but what holds the log suspended? Is this a "fight for balance" act??

The pictures don't really explain the operation
Asked by: John
You are supposed to position the log so that about one third hangs over the brace that the chain goes through. The legs on the opposite end are much longer than the ones on the "front end," so that the long, held down by the chain, balances pretty easily. In fact, the shorter the log gets (you are supposed to maintain the 1/3 ratio by also cutting sections from the short end), the harder it is to maintain balance and your last section might end up being longer than you want.
Answered by: rodin
Date published: 2017-06-26

After reading reviews, has the manufacture improved the set up instructions?

After reading reviews, has the manufacture improved the set up instructions?
Asked by: Dennis
I didn't see any problem with the assembly instructions, especially if you looked at the drawings (sometimes the language was a little too abstract and obscure). At the beginning, however, where they list the tools you'll need, they include a 10 allen wrench. The largest I have is an 8, but I didn't have to go to home depot (unless I missed some very obvious step, a look at the parts list alone would not give you the impression that you would need an allen wrench that large).
Answered by: rodin
Date published: 2017-06-26

I see the obvious benefits of cross cutting firewood with this saw horse, but I am wondering if a...

I see the obvious benefits of cross cutting firewood with this saw horse, but I am wondering if anyone has used a Granberg chainsaw mill with this saw horse. I guess my question is. Will this device hold up to the horizontal forces applied by a chainsaw mill while cutting rough sawn timber. I will be ripping logs at the maximum diameter and weight the saw horses are designed for. Hopefully someone has had some luck cutting timber with it, and doesn't mind sharing some pointers with me. Thank you.
Asked by: jskerb
I think it would be okay, depending on the surface it's resting on. If it is on regular dirt I think the weight of the log would prevent that kind of movement, and if not, a couple of stakes in front of the short end foot would take care of it. (the feet themselves have just a smooth metal surface.)
Answered by: rodin
Date published: 2017-06-26

20" - 24" Logs

I have firewood delivered already cut to 20" - 24" lengths. I need to cut some of these logs in half for use in my BBQ pit. Will this device adequately hold a piece of already cut firewood so that it can then be cut again into 2 smaller pieces?
Asked by: Jay
You probably could, by cutting between the "v-blades" that the logs rest on, and which are a couple of inches apart. But I think it would be more trouble than it's worth, and you'd be better off just building a regular sawbuck out of two by fours.
Answered by: rodin
Date published: 2017-06-26
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Customer Reviews

661 lb. Capacity Quick Fire Saw Horse, Log Holder for Chainsaws and Log Splitters is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 27.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This log cradle is pretty good. It does what... This log cradle is pretty good. It does what it is designed to do with logs as large as you wish to lift on one end. The chains could be designed a bit better so that both sides don’t drop through, but it’s an easy fix by inserting a bolt through one side.
Date published: 2017-06-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Thus far, this product works as indicated however, the directions for putting it together took mo... Thus far, this product works as indicated however, the directions for putting it together took more time then it should, not well written. I have lots of tree logs to cut on my property, I am hoping it will stand the test.
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far so good. Have dealt with log spins for years. It's great to use on smaller limbs. Makes... So far so good. Have dealt with log spins for years. It's great to use on smaller limbs. Makes the sawing go a lot faster and easier on your body then cutting on the ground.
Date published: 2017-02-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well on larger logs. On logs smaller than about... Works well on larger logs. On logs smaller than about 8” diameter, the chain doesn’t always catch. Can still be made to work with some fussing.
Date published: 2017-07-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great. Holds long logs with out a problem .... Works great. Holds long logs with out a problem . Great for cutting fire wood. Would recommend it. .
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Backsaver Awesome product! Saves your back and your chain. Very sturdy
Date published: 2017-07-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great as intended ... Works great as intended
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I used the Quick Fire Log Holder to buck 7 freshly downed green pines and firs, 10" to 13" diam.,... I used the Quick Fire Log Holder to buck 7 freshly downed green pines and firs, 10" to 13" diam., 9' lenghts. It worked well, especially for solo bucking. And I'm 71 years old. I suggest you watch the online video to see how its done. When my son-in-laws were around they tended to pick up the logs together which seems to me to be more stressful on the back than the solo method. There's a fairly short learning curve to figure out how to set the log for good balance. (I chose 9' lengths primarily for ease of lifting. That length also allowed for easy measuring with eye or tape when determining the pivot point. Finally that length worked well for the length of wood that fits my wood burning stove.) You need to remember to alternately cut from both ends. I used a 2-to-1 cut method, starting with 2 cuts on the longer end and then moving to the short end for the single cut. I got so engrossed in cutting that I forgot to alternate ends a couple of times, which can cause unexpected tipping of the log. The product's materials are robust and sturdy. All of them! No "economizing." The locking nuts were a pleasant surprise, giving me a sense of security that they won't loosen during a job. One of the plastic end plugs slipped off, fortunately where I could easily find it. I'll have to glue it in next spring. Also one of the holes of a locking pin needs to be reset with a drift punch for easier pin entry. You should use the drift punch during assembly before tightening the nearby nuts. The assembly instructions were adequate.
Date published: 2016-11-29
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