The Log Wizard attaches to most any chainsaw and is a handy tool for debarking, making log railings, and notching. Peeling, minor notching, and “sharpening” the end of a log are all possible with the log wizard.
Comes with either a 3/8″ sprocket installed and a spare 325 pitch sprocket in case you need to swap…or sometimes the other way around…if you order with a bar and cutterless chain, we’ll make sure it’s matched up
- Band Saw Mill owners use one to “clean” the log prior to milling to keep their band saw blades sharp. One of our “top sellers” at the log home shows. Log Wizard comes with both 3/8″ and .325 sprockets…thus, if you don’t know what you need you’ll receive both sprockets with the 3/8 sprocket installed.
- We have a 16″ laminated bar, drilled to accept the Log Wizard…along with the cutterless chain…Click HERE for more information and to order this.
- Note: Cutterless chain is available at $1.50 per bar inch. Bar length for cutterless chain is calculated at stated length of bar + an additional 2″ for the log wizard. (ex: a 16″ bar will need a 18″ chain x $1.50 = $27.00). We’re out of 325 chain so 3/8 and 3/8lp is what we have.
- Check HERE for cutterless chain.
- Note: People have asked about using the Log Wizard with an electric chainsaw. Reports we have show varying success (or lack thereof). Generally electrics are underpowered and will tend to skip, bite and wear out the saw when using with the Log Wizard.
- The original manufacturer reports testing the largest electric then on the market (80’s) and found it worked okay, however it led them to not recommend using an electric.