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Fixing Rails On 1976 Mil Rite Stationary Chainsaw Mill

Fixing Rails On 1976 Mil Rite Stationary Chainsaw Mill

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I have an old Mil-Rite chainsaw mill with stationary rails which got bent. On my chainsaw mill the cutting head moves over the rails like a bandsaw mill.This is a very unique chainsaw mill because I can simply load up a log onto the mill, secure it in place, and start cutting out lumber with ease.About a year and a half ago, someone bent the track right in the center of my mill which rendered it useless. I tried cutting a 2x4 on it earlier this year. At the start it was 2 inches thick but at the end it was 3 inches thick.I removed the sections of track and pounded the bent section flat again. Then I put that section on the end so there is no chance of a piece of lumber being messed up on it.I ran out of day so that was the end of my work today. I hope to get the chain sharpened and run some logs on it tomorrow.Thanks for watching. Please Subscribe & follow my daily videos.Troyhttp://www.thedoityourselfworld.comhttp://www.theoffgridproject.comThe Do It Yourself World and The Off Grid Project are trademarks under The Do It Yourself World LLC-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CHECK OUT OUR OTHER CHANNELS:Off Grid Homesteading With Melanie: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFRwlShDuXP5WXdtXV15rAQThe Do It Yourself World Electronics: https://www.diytube.video/channel/2/TR Tech Tactical & Survival: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChPdsvwahC2wh8lvWs6ud4g-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Join our Patreon account for special videos and footage, prizes, gifts and more: https://www.patreon.com/TheDoItYourselfWorldJoin DIY Tube Video Community and get paid for just about everything you do on there.http://www.diytube.video-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Note: Copying this video, in part or in full, is a violation of copyright unless the user has express permission from the owner. Violation of this copyright will be pursued to the fullest extent of the law.If you make a purchase of a product through a link that I provide I may earn a small commission on that purchase. Thank you.I do not get paid to endorse products although I may, at times, review a product given to me for free. I am not paid for my reviews. If I purchase a product myself for review I will disclose that in the video.

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