I've got a 10 m/m adapter with the valve in the end, from Specialty chainsaw tools, makers of the tiny tac.
Yeah, mine is a good running little saw, but if it sits for a long time, (weeks, months,) I pull the cover and air filter off & put a little fuel...
I solved that problem with that very saw by drilling a hole in the cap & installing a rubber duckbill in it.
The hole ended up the same size as...
I have made a lot of money on coon & fox fur.
That's where I like to run em.
Check the muffler screen on that trimmer, they like to clog.
It's not that bar you sold me 4 years ago is it?
I bought a digital angle finder, I take a reading across two cutters, then drop back to the cutter & it's raker and take a reading, I want 6°...
One of mine beats my 562 nearly every race.
I've got two 359's that your 340 won't even see which way they went.
I love my ring compressers, would be lost without them!
Are they bottoming in the hole?, shorten em.
Yep, I did that one too, I was holding a piece with my pliers against the grounded welding table, as I turned it while welding it my ring touched...
I put my left hand on the corner of the rack and jumped off the back of the truck, my ring caught, it gave me quite a yank but it let go.
There's a parking brake?
I am driving a chevy, wish I had a Ford to push.
365 special never had a plastic boot clamp.
I have said for many years, all cars should be fluorescent orange.
That is likely to disappoint, that is too much bar for that saw.
It works for me.
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