Discussion in 'Arborist 101' started by Paul Noon, Jan 10, 2017.
Just joined this fine forum and wish to say Hi to All.
Welcome! Glad to have you aboard. Lots of great guys around here (and a number of great gals as well), and a small handful of jerks.
First off, what saws do you own? (and if you say 'Wildthing' you must remove yourself from this website immediately.)
What stove do you have, what is your favorite firewood, and your bank account number?
Hopefully you have kids and facial hair, but if not, you can easily obtain both, but the hair must be on your face- not your kids and definitely not your wife.
This uncle Moustache guy is on the right track but don't give him the bank number just pay the monthly dues lol.
Thanks for the replies, I don't have facial hair but I do have snow on the roof LOL. I am in the process of rebuilding my Stihl 041AV, it was leaking bar lube from the pump access hole at the front, I have removed the pump and found that the seal needed replacing and also O ring on the pump drive shaft had come adrift, has anyone any idea what size this O ring is? There is also a bevel on the end of the drive shaft and I need to know which way this faces when I refit the pump, I would really appreciate a service manual for the 041 if anyone can point in the right direction with a link or whatever! I recently bought a new Stihl MS181 to tide me over for the time being! I run two Little Wenlock Stoves made by the Coalbrookdale Co here in England,
Welcome, check your inbox for service manual and ipl.
Who is All?,
or do you mean 'all'?
Unc is a bit more picky than most of us, for example more of us are interested in your inclusion of the routing # of your bank account than where or even who has facial hair in the family you claim to be part of. Welcome to this world wide krew of chip spitters (-;
By All I mean All, i.e. Everyone. HTH...
Oh sheesh! And people call ME a grammar Nazi! I don't mind that, but a capitalization Nazi??
Anyway, I see you're in Yorkshire. I believe we have one or two other Brits around here, and I may say that I just finished my second cup of English Breakfast tea (with plenty of milk) and that I've read all of James Herriot's novels. Sound like a beautiful place over there.
Separate names with a comma.