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Who does the best Woods Porting

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by Sawdustmaker, Mar 12, 2008.

  1. Sawdustmaker

    Sawdustmaker Addicted to ArboristSite

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    I would have made this a poll but i knew i would not get all the builders on there.

    Tell us why you think who does the best powertuning.







    Lets keep it cool..... no need to get people.... [​IMG]
     
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    Lakeside53 Stihl Wrenching

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    Hmmmm... you're kind of young for a troll...:monkey:
     
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    I guess that is a pretty trollish post but i want to know what people think and i guess that means i risk looking like one...:notrolls2:
     
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    Lakeside53 Stihl Wrenching

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    In that case I vote for me. I make them sound louder, put on a "woods ported" sticker, and every one says WOW. Simple..:cheers:
     
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    spacemule The Peanut Gallery

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    Art Martin. No, Tommy Falles. No, Dennis Cahoon. Oops, those three shouldn't ever be said in the same sentence, huh. :)
     
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    Lakeside53 Stihl Wrenching

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    I didn't think Dennis would ever stoop low enough to just do a "woodsport":jawdrop:
     
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    Sling'r does a good job...........................:) :)
     
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    Attempting to answer this question with out starting some sort of a ruckus would be like expecting no fights at O'Flarity's Irish Pub on St. Patrick's Day. Similarly, most likely it won't be started by a regular but by a wannabe.
     
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    Tell us why you think who does the best powertuning.




    Homelite and mcculloch used to do a pretty good job. I hear that stihl and husky do a fair job nowadays.
     
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    Lakeside53 Stihl Wrenching

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    Tommy?
     
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    Freakinstang.........................:cheers: :cheers:
     
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    Thall ,Tommy Hall
     
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    spacemule The Peanut Gallery

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    You need to ask "Who does the best race chain and who gives the best information on making race chains." :cheers:
     
  14. Freakingstang

    Freakingstang Doctor Freakinstein

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    nah, I don't know chit about saws. really!
     
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    Well I guess if we're gonna go there we might as well find out whats the best oil to use to. :chainsawguy:


    :hmm3grin2orange: :hmm3grin2orange: :hmm3grin2orange: :hmm3grin2orange: :hmm3grin2orange:


    :cheers:
     
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    Warning!!!!

    I think this is impossible to discuss seriously here, without getting banned......:censored:
     
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    Lol,,,,,,,


    Are you just looking for trouble,,,,,,,???????


    :monkey: :dizzy: :monkey: :confused:

    See what you started!!!!!!!


    BTW,,,,, Dean is pretty dern good,,,,,,, and he dont live too too far from Slinger?????????? Hmmm??

    I wonder if there is a corelation???????
     
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    Since I have a TS460, Sling'r really knows how to work these over.:clap:

    Freak does a nice job too.:clap:
     
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    I finally agree with the Troll about something! Time to go buy a Lotto ticket quick, gotta run....
    :)
     
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    I think saw builder choice should be further broken down to include, nationality, political inclination and religion of each builder; that is usually an important consideration in making a choice. Since we have the reputation rating system active here on this forum that would be another useful tool to assess the worth of the individual builders and especially that of their testimonial supporters.

    Really should be quite simple; just allocate a numerical value to each of the first three considerations and combine with the results of the rep system values and Bobs your uncle!:chainsaw:
     
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