Thread: Who wants to cut some logs?
21st Feb 2012, 11:47 AM #1
Who wants to cut some logs?
Located at Yatala, south of Brisbane.
Used to cut logs for the tree lopper who works out of this site. No heads, no mess to clean-up. I have sold my mill and he was wondering if anyone else might be interested. He is a friend of mine plus I only turned up when I travelled north, so our arrangement was very easy going. Mostly we used the timber ourselves or for friends.
You would have to work out your own arrangement with him.
Some of the logs are mango, the big log we believe is a lemon scented gum. Most of the others are various eucs. If you do cut there you will have to be able to accept the fact that some of his workers will cut beautiful tallowwoods into 1m lengths. So if you want to cut stairtreads there is a lot of timber for that as well.
Message me please if interested and I will give you a call.
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21st Feb 2012, 11:53 AM #2
Whoops, missed the biggest log.
Will try to include a photo of it as well
28th Feb 2012, 08:56 PM #3
pm sentCarl Weiss
5th Mar 2012, 05:32 AM #4
Hey mate i have a big Mobile Dimension Saw Portable Sawmills you can call me on 0406368674
6th Mar 2012, 07:27 PM #5
Be nice to get outta the raincloud I'm under in Brissy, but Carl will do a good enough job for yaI love my Lucas!! ...just ask me!
6th Jun 2012, 01:12 AM #6
Hi there - is there anything still left? Little late in replying I know but I just got onto this site. Would be happy to hear from you if there is, also to make the aquaintence of the tree lopper if that's possible for future references. Drop me a reply with a contact number if I'm not too late. Regards. Chris - Brisbane Sth.
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