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as we do a lot  of trail clearing , and bridge  building , so we do not destroy fish habitat.  I needed to start carrying all my gear , so I started out by using a milk crate, but o get my saw off-on, and back again it was about 10min of screwing  around. plus we use fire picks  for moving dirt and stuff as well, so it is also a critical piece of our gear, so I decided to make one out of 3/4"  pluwod and 2x6  `s  .  and abit of hardware and paint ,  I can now have the saw off and running in under  15 seconds,  and the whole holder is removable , its held on by bungy cords.  I will post some pics of it, all in all .I spent 10$  on it I forgot to mention I live up in northern british Columbia   and we are alwayd having to carry saws cuz of the windfalls  and other shit we run into on the trails I ride a 2016 polaris sportsman 570

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Very cool. i like how you used wood to frame out around the things you are carrying. Nice job. :D

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