Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by Doug01, Jul 26, 2004.
Nice work SilverBlue.
Are you keeping busy?
question for you fellas that are into mills. I've been offered a sthil that has a factory milling attachment. I haven't seen it yet. Have any of you seen such a saw..?
I have only seen pictures of the Stihl mill in the parts books, it is an attachment.
thanks sedanman...the dude says it's an older saw...handle and oiler on the tip of the bar (blade he calls it...lmao)
Thank ya, Rob!!!
Your welcome lightning B
you into drag racing silver blue?
You bet Shade I don't get to race much nowadays but still have my colection of 60's 70's and 80's killer cars.
cool deal. I'm more into the late model stuff. I just dumped $750 on suspension stuff, and am about ready to dump $1600 into a new transmission. I'm aiming to run an 11 on my "stock" engine, I haven't been to the track since last oct when I messed up the synchros in my mustang. I'm jonesing bad, haha
chainsaw stuff is cheap compared to car stuff
Doug01, I'm not trying to upstage you here, just want you to see where this chainsawmilling stuff can lead. It is a highly addictive activity. In fact, I have developed a 13-step program for it.
Hmm.. maybe this is a better pic. Hard to tell from the photo, but this staircase is 6 feet wide, the slabs range from 14" to 18", 3" thick.
Hey Silver post a few pictures of that Mustang Shelby GT 550 you own. I would love to see some of your collection of cars.
This one isn't your by chance is it.
LMFAO! Nice pic.
Wonder how many I could sell on EBay!
Hey Marky, it's a GT500 428 Fastback. I am going to post the big block cars as a group when I get my website up and running.
by the way that looks like Rborist's car ... we do things bigger and better here in Ontario
heres a couple of handmade slabs
pretty hard to ever find anything like this again....Derek
this is the top off the 2nd shot
this should be...The top off 3rd photo...
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