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JB Weld
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JB Weld

If it aint broke, it aint mine!, Male, 51, from Central Arkansas

Trying to get this _________ running again. May 19, 2014

    1. nstueve
      nstueve
      Sorry if I missed your 24" bar question on my page. It might stress the saw a bit more but nothing it can't handle as long as you keep the raker/depth gauges a little thinner for a smaller "bite". I usually air on the side of more power to length but if it's a once in a while for big stuff is ok. Or if it isn't always buried in wood and used more for reach you should be fine.
    2. nstueve
      nstueve
      the only reason I still have the 123/133/143 saws posted as wanted is b/c they changed the signature block so you can't type as much in there. I'd have to cut half the info out just to take the wanted ad off.
    3. JB Weld
      JB Weld
      Trying to get this _________ running again.
    4. JB Weld
      JB Weld
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    Gender:
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    Birthday:
    Oct 13, 1966 (Age: 51)
    Location:
    Central Arkansas
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    Doing research on an older chainsaw
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    I am a scientist by trade, but I turn wrenches as a hobby. We live on a small acreage in the woods, and it is common to find me puttering around the "garage of repair and despair" any given weekend.