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Saw Dr.
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Oct 20, 2017 at 9:56 PM
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Birthday:
Apr 15, 1975 (Age: 42)
Location:
Temple, GA
Occupation:
Wannabe saw-hack

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Saw Dr.

Junk Collector, Male, 42, from Temple, GA

Saw Dr. was last seen:
Oct 20, 2017 at 9:56 PM
    1. Eccentric
      Eccentric
      Hiya Tim. Your PM storage is full. Nobody contacted me, but I agree with your assessment. What's up with the X9 character below? Are spammers hitting our VM's now too?
    2. x9_haihau
      x9_haihau
    3. timw128
      timw128
      Hi Doc!- I need some help, please... My choice of 2 cycle oil has buggered my souped up 029 Super up and I need a Meteor cyl. & piston assy. for it. Am I correct in thinking that I can put the 039 bore cyl. on the 029 Super crankcase?... Please advise, TY.
      When I was racing snowmobiles and drag racing 2.5 Merc V6 outboards, I always used Red Line 2 cycle Racing Oil @ 50:1 with absolutely no issues related to lubrication, even though the mfr's. recommended 32:1. Problem is, I can't get the Red Line locally and have had to go to Amazon.com. I'll never use that Klotz Super Techniplate again! It just leaves too much oil- borne carbon residue in the engine.
    4. dirty
      dirty
      Hi Saw Dr.. Do you have a air filter cover knob for the Mac 6-10 or 700. This would be the the square one. Thanks
    5. Jon1212
      Jon1212
      I wish I was able to rep you, but I have to wait for the 24 hour hold to pass. I shall drop a big shot of rep on you when I can for the simple fact that I appreciate someone who can use the word douche properly in a sentence...........LOL!!!
    6. ChainsawmanXX
      ChainsawmanXX
      Clean out yo pm box ;)
    7. Stihlofadeal64
      Stihlofadeal64
      Stopped by to shout in the empty room for the saw doc. Did you ever get a workable solution
      for the crank seals (aftermarket-wise) for the Stihl 1127 series (029,039, MS290 etc.)
      Drop me a line at stihlofadeal1982@yahoo.com -- Thanks Tommy
    8. NORMZILLA44
      NORMZILLA44
      I replie'd to your'e post of if your'e pic's worke'd, and ende'd up way at the bottome, and your's dissapeared what the? Did so many guy's post at once LOL! But youre stuff came through. Norm........
    9. nmurph
      nmurph
      Man, where have you been?
    10. Work Saw Collector
      Work Saw Collector
      I hadn't seen you around in a while, thought I'd stop in at your wall and say hi.
    11. nmurph
      nmurph
      You know that was you I was referencing-I just hate to attribute things by name without permission!!!!
    12. RandyMac
      RandyMac
      My Dad passed suddenly as well, he was 53. This may seen odd or something, but I dug up one of his footprints from where he had just finished rototilling. Kept it in a bow until it turned to dust. We will always feel the loss of our Fathers and as Chris said, they live on as long as they are remembered. You don't need a box of dirt for that.
    13. Teddy.Scout
      Teddy.Scout
      Our prayers are with you!
      From the Wife and I.
      Matt
    14. deeker
      deeker
      Very sorry to hear of the loss of your father.

      Prayers sent for you and your family.

      Kevin
    15. acguy
      acguy
      Do you still want a 610?
    16. RandyMac
    17. wigglesworth
      wigglesworth
      Sorry Doc...I cleaned out my inbox....
    18. GrizzlyAdams86
      GrizzlyAdams86
      merry christmas!
    19. Work Saw Collector
      Work Saw Collector
      The 041 is on the way should be there by the 18th. There was a carb in the box.
    20. acguy
      acguy
      Tim,
      Thanks for helping me get my 026 together. It was worth every cent I put in it. Owe you a fuel screw.
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    Gender:
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    Birthday:
    Apr 15, 1975 (Age: 42)
    Location:
    Temple, GA
    Occupation:
    Wannabe saw-hack
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    Late 30's, lots 'o saws

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