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A four-legged support, usually used in pairs, to hold wood while being sawed.
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In the context of working with firewood, pallet forks on your bucket make for a handy, motorized sawbuck.
The sawbuck is held in the open position when the 2-by-4 legs butt up against the top edges of the plywood cross pieces.
The efficiency of bucking and loading central Appalachian hardwood logs was investigated by using a knuckleboom loader together with a sawbuck. Bucked tree stems averaged 15.32 inches in butt diameter with lengths ranging from 19.50 to 106.00 feet.
WITH THAT NUMBER AND TWO SAWBUCKS YOU CAN GET A PACK OF 382 O-RINGS!
Cambodian law strictly forbids counterfeiting and perhaps, if enough irate brides, grooms and their parents add their voices to those of shopkeepers and others who handle cash, the country may finally begin to rid itself of the scourge of suspect sawbucks.
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