I arrived at the warehouse to pick up my sawmill, he said where's your trailer. .
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The employees were very good and combined the large pieces to one skid.

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Checking the invouce being sure it is all there in the truck.

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Who says you can't have a sawmill in the back of your Nissan.

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The sawmill, the trailer, cant hook, 10 spare blades, engine cover, yup it's all there.

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I still had room for more good stuff.

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This sawmill is packaged like no other I have ever encountered. This is the power head packed within a steel angle frame.

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As the instruction suggest, use the steel frame the parts were packed in to use as a platform to build on.

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It is most important to keep the assembly level and square while bolting all parts together.

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I had lots of room to build inside.

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Looking good.

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Now supported by the leveling screw jacks.

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Things are looking fine and assembly is going well.

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This is the back end .

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This is the tounge end.

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With the wheels and fenders installed, I rolled it outside.

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The log loading winch and arm are in place at the side of the frame.

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It didn't look so big when I ordered it on line.

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I am very impressed with how easly the assembly progressed and the simple to follow instructions.

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Lifting the mill head and placing it on the rails was a easy operation with electric hoist and 10 ton gantery.

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Now with the saw head in place, lets see how easy it rolls along.

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Drill the holes in the frame to accept the travel locking pins was simple and quick.

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No problem moving the mill around with the lawn mower.

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A close up look at the power head.

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This is the first cut and yes it is a little log. The bigger logs will come later when I get the logs from the bush

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