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    Working on the chain gang!

    Is it possible to own too many chainsaws?

    If Sean Connery sang Thin Lizzy songs would he be Stihl in love with you?

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    I can't decide whether to be a good example, or a horrible warning!

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/worke...06068033043974

     
     
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    Ronnie Barker would be so impressed.

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    Nice one Neil.
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    How much cutting can that puppy do before running out of juice?

    Why do I picture people waking up in the morning to find the burl/burr gone from the tree in the front yard?

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    I have 4. An almost useless Remmington electric with a 14" bar, a Black & Decker 82V battery powered with 18" bar, a Sthil farm boss with 20" bar and a Husqvarna 395XP with a 32" bar.

    The electric leaks oil so bad I don't use it anymore. I am quite impressed with the B&D. Very good power with up to 45 minute run time of continuous use. The farm boss is the work horse the Husky is a monster heavy aggressive saw with lots of power. I use it too break down large stock for the farm boss. i can only use out for about 1/2 hour. It wears me down pretty fast.
    So a neighbor knocked on my door at 3a.m. 3a.m.!!!!!!! Luckily I was already up playing the bag pipes.

     
     
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    I thought it looked funny, quick google showed me its a cordless.
    $599.00 in aussie peso's
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    With a chain and guide like that you would think you was going into chainsaw carving, or are you. Nice little saw and handy for the smaller jobs
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    Not had a chance to play with it yet.
    It turned up on Friday but I was teaching then and Saturday. It's just for wood harvesting and blanking. I'm told the fine 1/4" wide chains are super efficient.
    I can't decide whether to be a good example, or a horrible warning!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Lawton View Post
    Not had a chance to play with it yet.
    It turned up on Friday but I was teaching then and Saturday. It's just for wood harvesting and blanking. I'm told the fine 1/4" wide chains are super efficient.
    I notice things like this whenever you order something it always turns up on a day that you have planned to do something else and playtime has to wait
    "The only people who never fail are those that never try"


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    I replaced my knackered Jonsored with a Stihl a few weeks ago.

    The difference is like night and day.

    Not least because the Stihl stars first time and the Jonsored took almost until night time to do so.
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