60″ ALASKAN® MKIV CHAINSAW MILL- G778-60
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Part Number and name: G778-60 Alaskan Chainsaw mill, 60 inch
Used for/with: Chainsaws with single ended bars of 60” or less OR double-ended bars of 72” and 120cc or more displacement
Fits: All Chainsaw makes
General description: Basic Mill (G778) and 60-inch Handle and Rail Set (G781-60): Tubular Aircraft aluminum extrusion and zinc-plated steel parts. Instruction manual & assembly hardware. Includes one extra C2 parts kits (G778-17) for additional frame rigidity. High-quality U.S. made aircraft aluminum and steel. MADE IN THE USA.
Use description: This versatile, heavy-duty chainsaw lumber mill accurately cuts planks and beams up to 54” wide and 1/2” to 13” deep. Clamps onto your chainsaw bar with no drilling required. Lightweight and portable, enables user to mill lumber where the tree falls. No previous experience required! New CNC-Machined billet end brackets! (See photo) These new end brackets are more accurate, easier to adjust, create less vibration than the old die cast version and are virtually unbreakable. Perfect for homeowners, woodworkers, arborists and sawyers. Optimal results will be had when used in conjunction with Granberg ripping chain and first cut platforms.
PLEASE NOTE: Using this mill with a bar of 22 inches and less may affect compatibility with G850 Slabbing brackets, as the available cutting width will be less than the width of slabbing brackets (16″).
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Shipping weights and dimensions: Ships as two pieces. Box 1: 24”x14”x4” 13lbs; Box 2: 60.5”x4”x2” 10lbs
Related products: Ripping chain, EZ rail system (G1010) or Slabbing Rail Brackets (G850).
Mark Reed –
I have used this mill for the last 6 months. I bought it new and milled about 40 large Oak Slabs. With two saws I was able to cut up to 54 inches wide. Most slabs I cut are 3 inches thick, which makes them hundreds of pounds. Unfortunately I had the bar break across the drilled oil holes and have been unable to get a replacement. Mill will soon be back in service with a competitor’s blade. Expensive repair. Also note that chains need reshaping about every 5 cuts ( 50 inches by 3 inches by 11 feet. Love the portability, but expect real physical workout.