I like to run them all, and that's about all I can handle right now.
Is that the starter cord that feels like you're pulling on a rubberband?
There's a fella close by who is selling a David Bradley and a Mall.. Not anyone I know, BTW.
If someone wanted one, or both, I'd be happy to help...
Just the latest from the land of fruits and nuts.
Welcome to the world of Chinese QC... Still challenged by the concept of interchangeable manufacture.
I've been thinking about something lately, but don't want to tie up the 3PH for that. I've always used the loader bucket, but admit it;s not ideal.
Me too! The 576 has just gotten too heavy. I'm thinking of a 562 for the big saw in the three saw plan... Hey wait.. that would be a four saw plan.
Like a Swiss watch...
Wait, maybe that should be Japanese? :laugh:
The saw I plan to put in the box with me!
I know little about mix oil. I'd like to know more so I could pick the best oil for my own application.
What I'm asking here are honest...
I became a 50cc lover more out of necessity. None of us are getting any younger. I wanted a new saw, small and light. I bought the 550XP Mkll and...
I remember when Stihl Ultra was the greatest thing since sliced bread on the boards...
Now, not so much??
I'm pretty new to .325, but was very impressed with the speed and smoothness of LPX on the new 550.
In spite of the heat they get, I always read mix oil threads with great interest.
I know nothing about 2 or 4 stroke oil. I'm not an engineer,...
Mine too, and that's what he uses himself..
I wonder if we have the same dealer?
I got mine with .325 x .058. 18 inch bar. LPX, and very happy with it, in spite of the bumper link!
The more fuel and oil threads I read, the more my head feels like it is going to explode!
My current juice is VP 94 octane ethanol free fuel...
All my saws are Huskys, and all run .058.
You'll love that 550 Mk ll. I don't want to run anything else since I got mine!
The 550 Mk ll is a remarkable little saw!!
Nice.. That's what I figured.. TIG was the way to go.
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