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World's smallest chainsaw?

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by Gushh, Dec 27, 2012.

  1. gtsawyer

    gtsawyer AboristSite Guru

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    Forgot to add: ché vós, you spend too much time on the Internet. :)
     
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    BDM53ENT ArboristSite Operative

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  3. Pa Pa Jack

    Pa Pa Jack ArboristSite Operative

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    This University of Birmingham is in England.
     
  4. gtsawyer

    gtsawyer AboristSite Guru

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    I've heard of England. Trucking company, I think.
     
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    I call BS. Their claims are utterly ridiculous. That is like trying to tell you that to fully charge a 50A-H 12 volt car battery you would need to put in on a 10A charge (standard rate) for 10000 hours!!! (24 hours a day for 1.14 years)
     
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  6. Gushh

    Gushh ArboristSite Operative

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    Had a good laugh with your responses :msp_biggrin:

    I didn't know COX actually made non model engines, was it the same company? the Cox I know is a pretty small company that orders their model engines to be machined offsite... as most if not everything else they sell, since the company is just an office floor.

    Maybe they were bigger back then?, I have a couple 0.49 baby-bee engines, fun little things. If I had the tools I would turn one into a micro chainsaw, just for fun.

    The claims are indeed ridiculous, as are most claims of most "new things" out there... Half if not more of them are scams also (I'd say 90% of claims coming from India are scams, like the hair-based solar cells and the "rainbow" data storage system, those are just a couple I can't forget about due to how ridiculous they were - I even had a word with the rainbow guy, sent him you-know-where).

    Still I'd argue anyone who has a thing with big engines also loves small engines!
     
  7. gtsawyer

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    There is a Cox model 140 engine (same type as used on their chainsaw) on eBay at the moment. $50 and it's yours.
     

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