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Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by Trigger-Time, Oct 21, 2007.

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    Just Saw Pictures, farting around

    Was just farting around today, Thought I would make a back ground
    picture for PC at work. :)



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    Yes, 9 bars pinched :cheers:
     
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    Cool pictures...would make a good stihl advertisement.
     
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    Husqvarna fan huh? :)
     
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    Would need to turn the upside down bars over.......;)
     
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    Great pics man!! :clap: :clap: (time ta break out the WildThing and free them ol' boys up eh lolol)

    :cheers:
     
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    :chainsaw: :chainsaw: :chainsaw: :chainsaw:
     
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    Judging by the wear on the bars, only one of those saws actually sees any use!


    Great pics, by the way. Did you have a leaf blower out there to get the chips off the log? 'Cause the log looks super clean for having so many cuts made.
     
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    And they say carry only 2 saws in the woods cutting just in case you get one stuck. :cheers:
     
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    Ah.........All but two where bought new seance Aug. 2006
    and the 064 and 066 have new bars........and bore cuts threw
    the chips away...........no blower :cheers: oh........460 has a new
    25" ES bar in the shead :) Plus few more saws in shead that have
    to be used some times to.
     
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    No stuck saws today :) Took pictures, took vid of cutting some
    cookies with 361,440,460,064,066 and 660........main reason I
    had saws out......switching from Mobil 1 to Stihl Ultra.
     
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    Great pic!!

    It needs a title though.....how 'bout "Dueling Chainsaws" ?
    :chainsaw:
     
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    Great pics Lots of ponys in the stable!

    How do you ever pick which one to use?
     
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    Wow, that is quite a quiver, cool pic too:cheers:
     
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    4" 180
    8" 260
    12" 361
    16" 440
    20" 460
    24" 064
    30" 066
    36" 660
    I need to get a 880 for wood bigger than 36" dia. :)

    :jester: :jester: :jester:
     
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    So.. for any tree at 36 inches, you need 8 saws????:greenchainsaw: :cheers:
     
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    UH.................in a pinch, I guess I could get by with 5 or 6 :jester:
     
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    Gary You Have Way To Much Time To Play!!!




    Nice Pictures.......:cheers: :cheers: :cheers: :cheers:




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    Yep..........I would say 75% of my saw time is just that PLAY :)
    We don't even burn wood! I do cut Mom & Dads wood, Sister and her
    Husband burn a little in fire place..........I'm a few years ahead on
    fire wood. :cheers: and still ice storm wood yet to cut up!
     
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    How is that working for you, can you tell any difference?
     

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