DIY Chainsaw Attachment

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I built this chainsaw attachment for cleaning up the huge spruce I fell back in the beginning of November. I have not been in the woods for a while but now it looks like this gadget helps me to clean up the branches in no time. It is made entirely of scrap steel. Thanks for watching!
Felling this spruce:
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Joe arthur
Joe arthur 11 päeva tagasi
Nice job
Newftube 709
Newftube 709 21 päev tagasi
Thats slicker then slick 50..nice videos man i really like that homemade sawmill u made..huge thumbs up
Мухаммад Шарифов
Мухаммад Шарифов 24 päeva tagasi
очен харашо
Roger l
Roger l 25 päeva tagasi
Your so smart!!! Wow!!
Путь Жизни Металлиста
Путь Жизни Металлиста Місяць tagasi
В Эстонии Советский инструмент 👆
Dezfan Місяць tagasi
Work smarter not harder! 👍🏼
William Condet
William Condet 2 місяці tagasi
I would like to come hang out with you because you remind me of my brother and my father and me my brother and father gone now we did same thing you do use what you got and common sense and make it work keep up great work
john hoagland
john hoagland 4 місяці tagasi
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
As of now the workshop is updated. There's no dungeon anymore. 😉😀
Omar Turki
Omar Turki 4 місяці tagasi
Tow hands make a marvelous job, but don't forget the genius brain control them Good job
Omar Turki
Omar Turki 4 місяці tagasi
@Donn DIY It came to my mind that with this chainsaw accessory, if you adjust the hand in a way you can control it while you hold the branches of wood Or if you can control it with foot
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 4 місяці tagasi
fly998 5 місяців tagasi
Veramente un bel lavoro. Bravo. 😉
Patrick Stoquert
Patrick Stoquert 5 місяців tagasi
Un petit rien mais un très grand esprit chapeau l'artiste 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍
Michelle Pugh
Michelle Pugh 6 місяців tagasi
Seriously??? 😵🔫👎
Tim Henry
Tim Henry 6 місяців tagasi
Kept the chain out of the dirt for sure.
Don Weathersbee
Don Weathersbee 6 місяців tagasi
That’s a great design. Just wondering if you were left handed. I Guess it could be designed to mount to the other side of the trailer and the log cradle mounted so to use your right hand for the trigger pull. Thanks for the video. That’s also a nice looking trailer.
msdldp 6 місяців tagasi
Good idea, but very unsafe. Dont use the chain brake at all, and passing over the chain each time with his arm and body/head.
Jerry Sparks
Jerry Sparks 7 місяців tagasi
Very nice you should make them for sale
Paul K
Paul K 7 місяців tagasi
Hello sir, I discovered your video which impresses me a lot and I am very admiring in front of this functional and practical result. Could you please give me information about the "diameter" of the pivot supporting the chainsaw and if it doesn't bother too much, the characteristics of the bearings. How long is your blade guide? Can I count on an answer that would help me a lot. Good continuation, excellent day with my cordial greetings. P. K. (French)
tommy lau
tommy lau 7 місяців tagasi
Johnny Goins
Johnny Goins 7 місяців tagasi
Brilliant. Now you need to make something to hold and feed the wood lol .
Glen King
Glen King 7 місяців tagasi
When are you gonna make a wood chunker?
Gene Goodman
Gene Goodman 7 місяців tagasi
I also burn everything bigger than a pencil, and build stuff to make life easier. You have so many good ideas that I never thought of. Some of your projects are super great the way you design and don’t cut corners. Most people would have used a bolt through a pipe instead of bearings. I love your videos. Stay safe
T wagner
T wagner 7 місяців tagasi
To me some of your smaller wood isn't worth saving because it makes too much feeding. It's a good idea.
Morgan Adair
Morgan Adair 7 місяців tagasi
I like the attachment but thought it was going on the splitting machine so a little let down. I see how this is beneficial for someone to get consistent length as it just make the stove work at its very best. I don't think that your done in that planning development that you took possession of. I have seen so much of what you can do and just don't think this is the end. I can believe that the wood that you cut today won't be burnt this year but either next or even two years from now as I see your taking care of the people that you love so dear.
Владимир Голендухин
Владимир Голендухин 7 місяців tagasi
Молодец ! Но не проще тонкомер сложить в штабель и разом распилить?
Κωστας Φιλιππου
Κωστας Φιλιππου 7 місяців tagasi
Μπράβο φίλε μου δυνατός Ελλάδα Φλώρινα Δυτική Μακεδονία 🇬🇷👍
vancroft13 8 місяців tagasi
I've never seen anyone turn such a box of unspecified scrap iron in such a beautiful piece of "STIHL" ! Nice work Don, I'm also enjoying your other Big project. (the tracked one)
Владислав Прокудин
Владислав Прокудин 9 місяців tagasi
Тот ещё геммор!!!
Bryan Blood
Bryan Blood 9 місяців tagasi
You did a good job building that my back didnt hurt watching this video. Also less chance getting you chain in the dirt and actually it would make less wasted cuts from branches I know I pass up alot of branches but if the cut a waist height might not pass them up now
Serrann Singh
Serrann Singh Päev tagasi
Richard Varghese
Richard Varghese 10 місяців tagasi
Oh my god you're genius bro awesome creativity, i would like to make this chainsaw attachment it would be more helpful for my pappa !! but unfortunately i don't have machineries&tools like lathe,welding machines and so on.however i have stihl ms 250 chainsaw 😁.my father is a timber man,when get free time(after college time) i used to go for help my father in his working site. Now im graduated and free.feeling happy to see this video and thank you for sharing creative&very useful technique.... 🙏
Aeneas Faventedeo
Aeneas Faventedeo 10 місяців tagasi
Fantastic piece of imagination and incredible building skills. Will You make me one for my Husqvarna?
Venturinix Aasta tagasi
Per me perdi tempo
Bj Strange
Bj Strange Aasta tagasi
I think it needs some sort of a foot pedal for operations so that both hand are free to work the branches
สมพงษ์ พุมเรือนทอง
สมพงษ์ พุมเรือนทอง Aasta tagasi
ไอเดียดีมากครับ มีประโยชน์ทุกคลิบเยี่มมาก
How 2 with basics
How 2 with basics Aasta tagasi
That is a very handy accessory and saves the back work :-)
Norm Howes
Norm Howes Aasta tagasi
I made something like this to speed up the branch clean up from a big maple two years ago. Wish I had a trailer like yours to drop the cut offs into instead of having to pick up off the ground. Enjoy watching your vids. Keep them coming please.
Robert Livingston
Robert Livingston Aasta tagasi
Nice job but I always found it more labor intensive to haul the wood to the saw, rather than the saw to the wood.
Littlejoey Peakdistrict
Littlejoey Peakdistrict 6 місяців tagasi
Yep but on the plus side your not cutting in to the ground an having to bend to fiddle about picking them up
Сергей Симаков
Сергей Симаков Aasta tagasi
You have great potential.
Сергей Симаков
Сергей Симаков Aasta tagasi
You work with saw and you have five fingers. ;) ;) ;)
Thomas Gronek
Thomas Gronek 12 päeva tagasi
@John NZ 😂😂😂
John NZ
John NZ 7 місяців tagasi
Сергей Симаков , used to have 10 😂😂😂
luksurias Aasta tagasi
If I do my wood like that, I will freeze till winter.😀nice work btw
Scott K
Scott K Aasta tagasi
Beyond brilliant!!!!!
Vofka Aasta tagasi
House's Lost Tribe
House's Lost Tribe Aasta tagasi
Hey Bro , I'mma need to borrow ur Firewood trailer this weekend , ur New 3rd hand cutter & chainsaw . Oh and Bro ur ATV as well ; I'll give ya 50 bucks so ya can take the Lady out for a bite and maybe still have enuf for a Six Pack or 750ml bottle of ur favorite beverage ; Does that sound fair ? That's exactly what I would hear Probably from my Brother . Nice job Bruther 🤓👍 🤔hmmmmmn 👊🖖✌
Thos Oz
Thos Oz Aasta tagasi
Foot Lever required. Very Nice
Эд Заречный
Эд Заречный Aasta tagasi
Отличная идея, хорошее исполнение!
Сергей Прораб
Сергей Прораб Aasta tagasi
Сверлилка 2м112, токарный 1к62, елеуловимые мелочи... Безупречный английский, наушники, очки, перчатки... Земляк ты откуда?
Alex Underwest
Alex Underwest Aasta tagasi
да откуда у него инструмент ссср ?
lesd40 Aasta tagasi
Pretty neat ...Great way to get fast firewood
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Jan Jakobi
Jan Jakobi Aasta tagasi
Kurat ,normaalne kaasmaalane mul ,mehel käed õige kohapealt välja kasvanud :D Respekt!
hartono dyx
hartono dyx Aasta tagasi
Dave Pelfrey
Dave Pelfrey Aasta tagasi
Amesome tool you made. Really enjoyed the build and seeing how it worked.
DIYDAD Aasta tagasi
Great idea thumbs up
Brian Walker
Brian Walker Aasta tagasi
You are a very clever man, great idea indeed.
Jakob Schösser
Jakob Schösser Aasta tagasi
The load on the two screws is not too high
Craig Lumpy Lemke
Craig Lumpy Lemke Aasta tagasi
We don't exactly use chain saw cutoff jigs in Phoenix. But I enjoy watching how you achieve mountings for your parts. I'll surely be inspired by your designs when I build my cactus straightener. Nice work indeed. And thanks for no music. Thanks - Lumpy
Ron Mtz
Ron Mtz 9 місяців tagasi
I run videos mostly muted because music is too loud and I miss the voice because of that.
Bruno Charles
Bruno Charles Aasta tagasi
Hello, I m french my name' is Grizzly.. I am dont speak English... But you are the very king of Diy very very good your video. thank you
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Thank you and thanks for watching! ;)
Mike F
Mike F Aasta tagasi
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Thanks for watching!
Neo Hack
Neo Hack Aasta tagasi
Very clever idea :)
july mash
july mash Aasta tagasi
Hi there You do good stuff Now make a wood chipper Have a good day 👍👍👍👍👍👍🇺🇸🇺🇸😁
Виктор Стругалёв
Виктор Стругалёв Aasta tagasi
Хорошая идея,молдец men.
adi ghetes
adi ghetes Aasta tagasi
Joob nice
Штукатурка в одиночку
Штукатурка в одиночку Aasta tagasi
Юрий Небо
Юрий Небо Aasta tagasi
Какая модель Штиля?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
MS 260 C.
Никита Астапов
Никита Астапов Aasta tagasi
А можно процесс покраски поподробнее
навигатор 54
навигатор 54 Aasta tagasi
Ну если только совсем в край.
Сергей Коваленко
Сергей Коваленко Aasta tagasi
Мартышкин труд
Slavik Penza
Slavik Penza Aasta tagasi
Пока прицеп заготовит ,весна придет
Александр Паламарчук
Александр Паламарчук Aasta tagasi
За это время что он готовил приспособу геморойную я три телеги дров заготовил бы!
Tuck U. Frudeau
Tuck U. Frudeau Aasta tagasi
Pretty cool!
Z71Ranger Aasta tagasi
WOW... Nice Idea and Build... This way almost eliminated bending over... You only have to bend over one time to pickup the limb...
Doug Larsen
Doug Larsen Aasta tagasi
It is a nice design I still think I'd be faster bucking it freehand but if you can get the lumber straight enough and extend your table that holds it I can see it going a lot faster
Иван Леонов
Иван Леонов Aasta tagasi
С телегой в лес я ебал
The Cariboo kid
The Cariboo kid Aasta tagasi
Pretty slick idea. Does the saw get to heavy for you?
Bryan Gill
Bryan Gill Aasta tagasi
This doesn't seem practical or efficeint. First of all, here you are de-limbing a limb with an axe! You have a chainsaw, use it! Make a wood horse, do your limbing on the ground, cut your sticks to legnth, then pile them in the wood horse. With a stack of sticks or limbs in the wood horse then back up the trailer and cut the whole lot off free hand. For the time it took to make that gadget you could have cut half of your winters wood. The time to use this gadget would be slower than free hand cutting. Nice job on making the thing! You are very handy for sure. If you had a disability or were not at all experienced, and you always had a partner, then maybe this would make sense. Each to his own!
Омар Кадилаомаров
Омар Кадилаомаров Aasta tagasi
Нашел геморой на жопу.
김재선 Aasta tagasi
참신한 아이디어 인데 노력해서 만든거에 비하면 별로 효율이 높지가 않으것 같군요. 그정도에 나무면 그냥 그자리에서 토막내서 가져오는 것이 더 효율적이지 않을까 생각 합니다. Good job. 🌴🌵🌿☘🍀🍁
joe volk
joe volk Aasta tagasi
Happy new years
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Happy new year!
retraité paisible
retraité paisible Aasta tagasi
Jinhong Kim
Jinhong Kim Aasta tagasi
Wonderful job!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Thank you very much!
DMO OMD Aasta tagasi
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Tänud! Samad sõnad!
Givopira Selden
Givopira Selden Aasta tagasi
А потом пилой наколол га хвост
Givopira Selden
Givopira Selden Aasta tagasi
Ну тоько что наклоняться не надо а вообще левой рукой наверное не удобно
Fava Fava
Fava Fava Aasta tagasi
Another good piece of design and engineering , simple and effective , a one shot deal for firewood , saves hauling it back then having to cut it at home , excellent job . Keep up the good work . When are you going to do the small excavator your father gave you , will be looking forward to see the resto on that .
TheBibliofilus Aasta tagasi
Soo, how's the heating working in the workshop?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I chuck some wood into the stove and combustion and heat happen. :D
allen Henry
allen Henry Aasta tagasi
great idea, well made👍🎄🎄🎄🎄
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Thank you very much!
Subix Barbarasson
Subix Barbarasson Aasta tagasi
I love your videos dude!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Cheers man, thanks for watching!
Kntryhart Aasta tagasi
Nice design and build! If you can, try a battery-powered chainsaw instead of gas. That's what I use now for all limbing and smaller work; its quiet and doesn't waste fuel and bar oil when I prep a limb or move stuff around. Regards.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yup, battery powered saw would be better for this application.
JohnMc Aasta tagasi
Beats chasing those little sticks all over the ground.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
It does, it is a bit slow but more comfortable than looking for the cut pieces in the snow.
dd Holcomb
dd Holcomb Aasta tagasi
Greetings, thank you for sharing a wonderful video with the rest of us out here. I was wondering if you would any plans on selling this attachment for the ones of us out here that don't have a machine shop. I think it would be greatly appreciated by many out here cutting firewood. Thank you, dd
dd Holcomb
dd Holcomb Aasta tagasi
@Donn DIY Thank you for replying back. I understand this is basic stuff, but there is a lot of men and women believe it or not that actually has to cut firewood by themselves and has absolutely no idea how to make anything mechanical and I thought this attachment, if available would be of considerable help to all those people that doesn't have any mechanical skills or equipment to make things like this. Thank you again. dd
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
No plans, I just whipped it up on the spot from the pieces I had in that scrap steel drawer. This is really basic stuff, anyone can build it. ;)
Peter Sebald
Peter Sebald Aasta tagasi
Supi... Die Möglichkeit zur längenbegrenzung wäre noch ideal
Will Wade
Will Wade Aasta tagasi
You need to put a stop on the bed so that it's easier to get the logs the same length, even if it's just a "C-clamp" clamped to the edge of the bef.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
I have a line marked on the edge of the dump box which shows me the desired length of a cut.
Mark Fryer
Mark Fryer Aasta tagasi
Nice job Donn. I was a little concerned about how close you got to the chainsaw bar. Is it possible to make a bar shield that will protect you from contact with the bar and yet stay out of the way when you cut the logs? Also do you dry your logs before burning to increase your heat return per log when burnt?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
The chain has stopped when I reach over to handle the pieces. No need for a guard if I personally use it. If I'd let someone else use it now that would be a different story. Yes, I do dry the branches before heating the house with'em.
Jordan Sahs
Jordan Sahs Aasta tagasi
Nice design and setup
Keith Parady
Keith Parady Aasta tagasi
Looks like it worked pretty good. Good job on that
Steven Ingles
Steven Ingles Aasta tagasi
Just found your channel after searching for building a sauna. Wow! Great stuff! I can’t stop watching. I’m a Donn DIY addict, now.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Cheers! I'm glad you like the channel and the videos. Thanks for watching and stay tuned for future videos! ;)
prancstaman Aasta tagasi
Good idea. Keeps the bar out of the dirt. Plus you are standing, LOL.
Mark Fryer
Mark Fryer Aasta tagasi
Not lazy by any means, you used your brains and skills to make a job easier to do and better for your back.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yeah, I'm lazy that way. :D
Duke's World
Duke's World Aasta tagasi
Oh and I forgot!! Merry Christmas.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Merry Christmas to you too!
Duke's World
Duke's World Aasta tagasi
Great little attachment. 👍
andrey Gl
andrey Gl Aasta tagasi
Danielius Strikaitis
Danielius Strikaitis Aasta tagasi
What metal lathe do you have?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Oby-1 Aasta tagasi
As you used it , you got faster and faster. Good tools always makes life a little easier.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Yup, had to learn to use it and get familiar with it. :D
Jan Krimberg
Jan Krimberg Aasta tagasi
algul jäin vaatama et mida kuradid sa taas teed...taipasin siis ära kui proovisid jubinat kas augud istuvad.....supper töö taas..väga vaffa on sinu videosi vaadata...las aga minna noormiis ...5+
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
Tänud vaatamast! ;)
Wayne Crews
Wayne Crews Aasta tagasi
Works great Donn. Well done. 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Aasta tagasi
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