'Cuz Logs Don't Come with Handles

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FAQs


Q.  How much weight can I lift with the LogJawTM?  Is it tough enough?

A.   How  much can you lift?  LogJawTM has been tested with significant loads, and no harm done to the tool.  So using LogJawTM as a hand tool, the capacity limit will be the users lifting capability. 

Q.  Is it tough enough?

A.  The LogJaw is heavy duty steel and made in the USA.  No low-end tool here.  We don't like cheap tools, so we don't make them.

Q.  Do I need to purchase LogJawTM in pairs?

A.  Having two handles instead of one on a log is often an advantage, particularly if the log is being carried instead of dragged.  Having two LogJawTM also facilitates working as a team and moving larger logs.  So, purchasing LogJawTM in pairs increases the versatility of the product.  However, single LogJawsTM can be used by an individual to carry small logs and to drag larger logs, so depending on your projected usage, you may choose to own a single LogJawTM

Q.  Can I use it on the side of a log rather than the cut end?

A.  We’ve had limited success with this technique.  We’re trying to design another tool that might allow you to carry a log like that, but we haven’t yet come up with something as reliable and easy to use as the LogJawTM.

Q.  How big is the LogJawTM and how much does it weigh?

A.  The LogJawTM tool is 11.5" long from handle to claws, 3.5" tall at the handle, and weighs about 3 lbs.

Q.  Can the LogJaw replace my peavey, cant hook or log tongs?

A.  No.  The LogJaw is a great addition to your line of log tools, but it works differently than these.  It's main function, and what it's best at, is carrying logs.  It puts handles on the cut ends of your logs, for carrying, dragging or maneuvering.  These other tools cannot do it using this method. 

The following FAQ was provided from an Article by Phil Dunsford for FCA magazine

Q.  WHY DON’T I JUST USE TIMBER TONGS?

A.  This tool won’t supercede timber tongs - they offer a different way of lifting larger logs, with the handle extending away from the log rather than above

Q.  ARE THEY USEFUL FOR ME AND MY MATE TO LIFT FIREWOOD INTO A TRAILER?

A.  Yes, invaluable.

In conclusion the LogJaw is a great logger’s tool which can aid shifting or loading timber.  The cost reflects build quality, and they should last a lifetime, so long as noone else takes a fancy to them!!

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