I red somewhere the ms250 has a small recoil pulley on it which makes them hard to pull over
I used tg off a old wooden silo in my man cave at my old house. Laid it down and rented a big belt sander to knock off ruffness
Mine pops up every time you pull the rope wether or not it fires. I just stopped using it and just make sure it’s top dead center before I pull it...
I had 4 degrees at 4:30
I would throw a am piston and rings in it and run it. You’ll find out sooner or later if it’s no good. As mentioned above run a pick through all...
Cs3400 or cheapo husquavarna 440 which lives on my four wheeler for down trees in the log roads
I wish I was cutting wood. I’m stuck at a baby shower. Normally I got my wife trained to say I won’t be there but it’s my bosses so I was forced
A big white angry whale?
Yes the rubber tracks work good in the mud. The ones that come on the cat skid steers that have straight bars across them seem to work the best....
But yet you can tell someone they suck in certain conditions and they look at you like you have ten heads because everyone thinks tracks are the...
Rubber tracks. If they get on any packed snow skid steer will not move. Steel tracks would probably work better or maybe if you put bolts through...
Believe it or not the tracked skid steers are completely helpless on snow that’s been drove over a couple times. We went back to tire skid steer...
I got a whole 8’ pick up bed up to the sides full of 3x3 hardwood stickers that our metal comes on today for the cold wave we got last night.
Iv never seen one with a paper gasket on anything on the intake side in fact I think the only paper gasket on a 028 is the case gasket and base gasket
Pretty sure anyways. If I’m wrong I’m sure someone will correct me
Butter nut ?
I’d have to say my Ms290. It’s the most reliable saw I own. After that would either be one of my 028s or 026s
Ya do it quick and you will be ok. Or just switch the 8n or whatever it is to 12 volt. Use a one wire gm alternator as there cheap and everywhere
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