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blsnelling

blsnelling

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OK, everyone knows the 346 would rather fall over and lay on it's side than set up straight. I read that a 357 standard dog helped. Well, it does, but not much. It needs a dog on the clutch cover. I don't see one in the 357 IPL. Anyone have a solution that isn't huge spikes for something else?
 
04ultra

04ultra

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I see one of my tree service guys took a 2x6 made cuts in it and sets saw bars in the cuts........that way they dont roll around in the back of his truck...







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B_Turner

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OK, everyone knows the 346 would rather fall over and lay on it's side than set up straight. I read that a 357 standard dog helped. Well, it does, but not much. It needs a dog on the clutch cover. I don't see one in the 357 IPL. Anyone have a solution that isn't huge spikes for something else?

I put a small bent piece of metal that is held by a handlebar screw. Really is like a sidestand.

That tippiness bothered me from the getgo.
 
stipes

stipes

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Kinda like....

I find it hard to understand why this is bothering people in the first place......:help:

Having a date of the lifetime ,,,beautiful woman,,and look at her and she has a booger on the tip of her nose...You know she's hot,,,lookin good,,but that one thing that just bothers ya...... LOL!!!
 
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