While cutting firewood and hedge fence posts as a side job for the past 10 + years, there were numerous times I ruined several of my $150-$750 chainsaws by either bouncing them/it out of my tractor bucket, or running over it. I have also personally witnessed many family members have a saw bounce out of the back of a truck or trailer. As someone who drives a lot for work, I have to say I have witnessed many laying on the side of the road after someone put a chainsaw on top of a pile of wood in a truck or trailer that they had spent their time cutting and not only lost their saw for the day, but for the season. WOOD CUTTERS, YOU DON'T WANT TO GO HOME TO YOUR SIGNIFICANT OTHER AND EXPLAIN WHY YOU HAVE TO BUY A NEW SAW, TRUST ME!!!!
After losing substantial money from damaging my saws, I researched the internet for some kind of holder or carrying device that I could attach my chainsaw directly to my tractor for safe transport and storage. I was unable to find anything. That is when I decided something needed to be created to solve this dilemma. After many sleepless nights, rough drafts and lots of experimentation, the SawHaul was born. I have field tested the numerous designs over the past 5 years to make sure that I am finally happy with a product I am now comfortable in putting my name behind. After I realized I had finally found the perfect combination of ruggedness, durability, and at a competitive price, I knew I had to get this out for others to use. Protect Your Investment!!!