it looks like an ant next to that husqy beast....
S-10 Magnesium muffler.
Alex, love your saws. I have a few of my own that I need to work on and get running. Do you know where I can find the tool that seals of the intake and exhaust on an 041 stihl? I would sure appreciate any info. Thanks, Len Ellzey
Beauty! 288 is my fave saw of all time.
Hei og hå, kor kjøpte du delene til fransgaard vinsjen ?
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They took the music from the pictures. It was a guitar solo, good for Harry and Doby.
I used reclaimed galvanized roofing from an old barn. I dug a little to set the pallets level and tied corners with 2×4 cut offs. They slide in and long deck screws. I also drove in 6 foot steaks at all 4 corners in case of support but it ended up being very sturdy. I also had the benefit of attaching it to my existing 12×12 tool shed. Regular roof rafters with old 2×4s sloped down.
That aint a dog... It's Doby and Harry Potter all grown up... Lol...
I've been wanting to build one of these. How are the corners supported?
My favorite big log cutter.
My first saw,I will never sell it,my late father gave it to me.Has a lot of sentimental value plus I still use the old girl for big tree bucking.
Is this Mac 2300 still for sale?
Hello, no I don't have any parts for that saw. It's the only one I have. Thanks for asking. Ebay would or could help. Good luck.
Do you have parts to that "eager beaver" some tree parts fell on the top and cracked exterior stuff of mine.
That is awsome! I just got rid of a whole bunch of pallets, dang! I'll stay collecting again. What did you use as a roof?
Sorry it took so long to reply. I found these things at my parents place last year. It's almost all pine with a smattering of much younger hardwoods, so I posted them up and forgot about it. Thanks for the help.
1979 Kawasaki KZ650 SR
Sweet! What farme is that in, a H1?
9.68 @ 132 mph.
Nice. What's your 1/4 time?
Thanks, its a 1998 Polaris XC700 snowmobile motor. Dynoed @ 162 hp.
Wicked bike man. What are you using for an engine?
Very nice! Still have the 610 my mom paid for after hurricane Alicia in `82. Needs some tune up and an oversize spark plug retro but still in good cosmetic shape. I love the yeller saws.
As much as I can,lol. It has new forester 18"bar and chain in 3/8 .050 chisel with new package of rubber isolators(need installed haven't had time) I looked thru muffler port at cylinder(plus cleaned up Muffler)It looks very good and runs great.I am open to offers.
How much you looking for on the 034?
They all are going now.I have new bar and chains on stihls,20"on 029 and 18"on 034.They all are for sale except one 445,I like it too much.
Love the life
Great looking find, sure you'll have fun getting these back to chomping wood soon. Have you thought of reworking the 029 with a 039 cylinder and piston? I just did one with the help of some members here and it cuts great! If you get tired of the 034 let me know, I've worked on a friends and really like the weight.
I didn't have to paint them. The 056 super was covered in some kind of paint when I got it and once I cleaned it all off that's what it looked like underneath. It's a beauty.
Got this saw from Germany believe it or not. Had it shipped over.
Steven, these are really impressive. You've motivated me to get going on a few of my old projects!
Steven, what color did you use for the orange? They look great!
Success, a friend had a twin base 60 inch white oak that was ready to start dropping dead branches where his children play so I got to exercise the MS310/039 conversion. With a 28 inch bar full chisel stihl chain and about 90 min the tree was down. Not an arborist by any stretch of the imagination but was really impressed with the torque this put out. Didn't have any issues with bog or sticking. Thanks goes to the professionals and hobbiests here on the Arborsite!
Promac 1000 full wrap
i have a rapid splitter,really like the way they perform,it splits about75-80% of our firewood,i leave the rough stuff for the hydraulic splitter
The little splitter that can.
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