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Was looking for a way to mount a chainsaw on the 4052R.
Wasn’t happy with what I could find on the web.
I recently ordered one of Ken’s 3 point chain boxes and came across tyte byte saw holders.
I then mounted a 6.5x11x.125 piece of sheet steel and bolted the tyte byte and Ken’s chain box together.
I think it’s going to work well.
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That's a great idea. Nice job. You gotta a link to the saw scabbered? I havnt seen that one before.
 
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Nice, that's priced way better then the sawhaul
 

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Very nice!

What's the width of the Byte Tyte?
 
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This is what I carry my chainsaw in:
No way would I carry a chain saw with the bar and chain exposed behind or next to a tire which can throw mud, dirt or dust onto the lubricated chain and bar. Especially the front sprocket is going to take a beating when dirt gets into it.
I put my saw and case in the bucket of my tractor along with the bag which has my safety clothing, extra chains, spare bar, spark plugs and tools etc.in it along with my fuel cans and extra oil.
 
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