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  1. motor head

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    Good morning Todd,Have a good day buddy :drinkingcoffee:
     
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    hope everyone had a great day/night
     
  3. deaves61

    deaves61 Tree Freak

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    chipper1 Living Life to the Full

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    That should be good to go then:chainsaw:.
    You should buy it :).
    Bummer about the farmer, sure he'll be loosing a lot this yr.
    Made it up to 80 here today, suppose to get down to 58 by morning, 75 and feels pretty nice now. We had some brief heavy showers last night so we got a good bit of rain, enough that I plan on burning all the wood currently on the bonfire pit, a 4x8 trailer load, and a 6.5x16 trailer load tonight once the sun goes down :blob2::happybanana::happy:, nice end the day :D.
    Heres a sunset picture I took a bit ago, not as nice as that one you posted, but I liked it.
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    Here's another from the same night.
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  5. chipper1

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    @chipper1 I talked to the guy, dropped $50 for 3 hour trip one way:envy: so 600 for 18 months of near daily use dropping and bucking etc. The picture may not be of the saw he's selling. I may want to look at a few more choices to have a stroker built with 660 crank in the case. The one I have is just getting broken in for running well as a 92 cc saw. It was under price of new one with no porting or muff mod which this came with. Gotta PM on another station. 20190808_150339.jpg more effective than fly swatter with the right operator
    Rest easy Folks
     
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    There you go:chainsaw:.
    I was wondering about the picture, it didn't look like that much use and all of them I've seen for under 800 have been logged with except one, so I figured it was logged with too. The only one I've ran was Coles stroked one, it was hard to make it stop 4 stroking, lots of power.
    I wasn't sure if you realized who was giving you advice about skipping the stroked 661 and getting a 395 on the other channel, it was the same guy who did all the machining on the bottom end of Coles saw ;).
    What porting was done to the one you picked up, is the guy you got it from on the forums.
    I've seen those salt shooters, do they make a big mess, they look fun. Unless you accidentally shoot your buddy trying to get a fly :innocent:.
     
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    I have looked at one exhaust of a 661c. At the dealers they seem to not want customers removing parts from the saws on the shelf. Just not as full service as I'd like. So my exhaust was muff-modded and well polished at least. It is very much more than the 046 or 460, each muff nodded and well broken in. 661c is just getting well seated since its use is limited to really need more than 72cc. Carried 60" cannon with semi-skip chisel run by 8 pin drive:chainsaw::yes: just could not keep chips outa my teeth from the smile every time the throttle was wide open in that maple. I got the 661 from the Tradin Post. No soot in the empty can. There is a 5-6 foot diameter tree (maybe red oak) that I hope to bring the 20 foot stump horizontal so vertical milling experiments can be avoided.
    Unclemoustache supervision wood be needed for vertical milling and he's bird dogging a fair sized sycamore for me. Time will tell.
    The bug a salt is fun killer of soft bodied flyers. Good hit required on wing area of hard bodied flyers. Rumor has it they get po'd by hits that fail to cripple the ability to fly.
    Scattered salt isn't much of a mess. Dead flys more obvious.
    Sometimes it's a combo of funny and scary that I'm considered an adult
    Rest easy topsiders
     
  10. farmer steve

    farmer steve outstanding in my field, 5150

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    good morning. :drinkingcoffee: 70*/clear. happy national rice pudding day. not sure of the agenda today. maybe cultivating the cole crops. Stihl waiting on rain. i guess MI hogged it all :buttkick: as we only got 47 drops last evening. have a great day all. FS.
     
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    14 and a few clouds. Big birch to take down today.

    Tea.

    Good Morning Everyone! :cool:
     
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    Good morning,,, forecasts for best weekend of the summer coming up,,, we'll see!!!
     
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    Howdy Brett. The 2 acres was solid yaupons and underbrush. I left all the oaks 10" and larger for future fire wood. I get tired of looking at a wall of brush:mad:. Got about 6 cords cut and split. Stihl have about 2 1/2 cords on the ground. Hope all's well with you and the family my friend. Take care. :givebeer:
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    Howdy Steve. Hope all's well up your way my friend. I can't handle the heat like I use to. Middle of the day is hanging out in the a/c:). We only have 5 or 6 weeks before it starts cooling down some so all's good. Take care buddy and play safe. :givebeer:
     
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    Howdy Todd:cheers:. Send a little of that cold this way:). Have a great weekend buddy. Be safe.:givebeer:
     
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    Good morning. 64°|90°
     
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    Stihl working hard Is it Friday yet

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    A good morning to all AS early risers hope everyone has a great Friday stay safe and hydrated out there today my friends :hi::drinkingcoffee:
     
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    Stihl working hard Is it Friday yet

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    Good morning James hope your job went well my friend :hi::drinkingcoffee:
     
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    Stihl working hard Is it Friday yet

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    No worries there my friend Iam over the cold weather now buddy :hi::crazy2:
     

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