Forest Master Heavy Duty Log Lifter (timber jack) Saw Horse Log Jack (FMLL)
The new Forest Master Log Lifter (Patent Pending) makes it easy to chainsaw large logs into manageable lengths. With traditional log jacks, only one end of the log is raised off the ground which requires you to need to keep repositioning the log jack to make all cuts. The Forest Master Log Lifter has two lifting units that are joined together with a connecting bar. By positioning the lifting units near the centre of the log, the whole log is lifted off the ground so it can be cut into all necessary lengths without repositioning. Additionally, the Log Lifter features an ergonomically designed curved pivot section that makes it much easier to lift the log than the square foot used on traditional log jacks.
The Log Lifter has an adjustable jaw that slides up and down the lifting arm to accommodate different sized logs. The inner curve of the jaw features serrated teeth to better grip the log so that it does not slip when being lifted. They also grip the log securely to stop it from rotating when a chainsaw is applied. An adjustable tooth also slides up and down the lifting arm to provide additional security.
Still wondering why you need a saw horse? Check out our Forest Master blog, for instance, click here a handy guide explaining the difference between a sawhorse and a workbench. Still not convinced? Find out why you need a log lifter, click here to read Here are our three main reasons for why everyone needs a sawhorse:
1) Mobility – with a 2-in-1 log lifter and saw horse there’s no need to worry about any moving or lifting of the logs
2) Saves Time – saw horses enable you to cut a number of logs at any one time
3) Increase Daily Production – a sawhorse is perfect for increasing productivity by holding your logs in one place
Our 2-in-1 is the ultimate tool, it’ll help turn anyone into a DIY devil!
Anonymous (verified owner) –
Richard W. (verified owner) –
Ordered and arrived in the couple of days – all good.
The product, I’m yet to use it in anger, but it seems robust enough in construction. There could, perhaps, be another cross brace to attach lower down to prevent bending the lower parts, I might make that myself. The intention is for larger log handling for sawmill operations, but will probably use a single for large log cutting/bucking at site.
John Sweet (verified owner) –
Everything fit for purpose. One handle joint holes not properly aligned so had to drill out to get to fit. Otherwise good
Angelo S. (verified owner) –
Excellent product but experience spoiled by a shoddy delivery service by DPD
Christopher Pryse Hawkins (verified owner) –
Just the job.
Anonymous (verified owner) –
Simple piece of kit that looks quite rugged and up to the job. Good instruction book. One of the brackets that holds the claw onto the shaft was out of shape and would not fit over the shaft. A bit of work with a crowbar fixed it.