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Home Made Saw Mill Pictures

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Posted by Robert in W. Mi. on June 03, 2002 at 15:16:44 from (205.217.66.207):

My brother who has "NEVER" run a saw mill decided he wanted one for his own use! He's very handy fabing projects up, so he looked my Norwood Lumbermate over, and built a band mill mostly out of what he had on hand! I was at his place yesterday, and took some pictures.
He did a great job, and you can see the pictures i took at the below addy. Click on the first picture, and read the captions i've but with them. The captions tell a bit about the mill.
This is "kinda" tractor related, cause there's some tractor parts in the mill! :)
Let me know what you think,
Robert

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