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thomas72
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thomas72

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    1. thomas72
      thomas72
      Yes, I got the bars, I have not had time to crank it up yet, but will pay special attention to it this weekend. I bet it was ruff carring a 35 pound saw around all day long.
    2. brucew44guns
      brucew44guns
      Thomas, did the bars show up? Hope you got it on, and she started right up. Just think of being a logger in Oregon back 30 years ago, and have to carry that saw up and down steep mountains felling big old growth fir. Ugh!! Beat you to death for sure. Bruce
    3. thomas72
      thomas72
      Hi, I am glad you got the money order. When ever you get the time to ship the saw that is fine, and I still appreciate you shipping the saw as I know that does take some time out of the day. Thomas
    4. brucew44guns
      brucew44guns
      Thomas, I was going to send your saw Friday before I got your check, wasn't worried about it at all. But I did not go to my place of business (47 miles) on Friday, so it's still here, but your check showed up today. I will plan on getting it off on Monday. I'd figure about Thirsday, maybe Friday if they hit a tail wind to be in your state. We shall keep in touch, and I will post you a tracking number when I get it. Bruce (ps, I want to hear about the saw later when you gert her adjusted good and try it out. Remember that the carb was recently overhauled, but that little gas libe under the air cleaner is bad. Bruce
    5. brucew44guns
      brucew44guns
      Hi Thomas. My name is Bruce Werner 1622 2nd Road Wakefield, Ks 67487 785/461-5496 200 bucks and I will do the shipping. I put fresh gas in the saw today, primed the carb. Had to do it about 5 times before she caught and kept running. Sounded wonderful, a litle noisy but no wimpy bark, she barks with a lot of bite. But---due to setting, the small rubber gas line going from tank to carb is bad. On the carb in a metal connection pipe with a little ferral on the end. The rubber gas line is a molded one with a bulbous end on it that stretches over that ferral. I believe that gas line is common and won't bea problem to find something similar to fix it. I taped it up so it could pull gas from the tank and run, and it dripped a little. Gas line is about 3 inches long. The whole saw ran beautiful with quick response and nice rev up. Hell, I almost decided just to keep it!! Let me know for sure. bruce
    6. thomas72
      thomas72
      I wish it was a Jred 111, but it is a Dolmar.
    7. Saw Dr.
      Saw Dr.
      Hey Thomas! Jred 111s huh? You're going to make me drive over there yet!
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    Location:
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    Bachelor of Business Administration, Build cell towers

    I like to collect chain saws, and work in a machine shop; along with fixing and building computers.
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