Discussion in 'Off the Topic Forum' started by KD57, Jul 8, 2009.
You sir, are a 30 grand minimum Like guy. I like your thinking.
Good morning all. A really nice day here with a high in the upper 30's. Will go out into the hinterlands today with the 576 & 357 extra pee's & start cutting next years 20-25 odd cord.
If I get there early enough I may get "recruited" again
Good morning Del
You run 33:1 in stock saws?
Do you keep a steady supply of plugs around?
After your own collection
Good Morning. Sunny 27°F/ -3°C going up to 36°F/ 2°C.
I did say Primo, didn't I
My plan is to reduce the collection to three saws by the time I'm 60, so 4 more years.
I was finding there was to much wear on the saw when pulled down at 50.1 blower 381 441 40.1 both 660 s at 33.1 due to there age i used to run them at 40.1 I don't go through many plugs due to fowling not a lot of carbon buildup I use stihl hp oil
3 to 4 ounces of oil per gallon with stabilizer added. Then never use if it gets 8 weeks old. No plug issues.
My arborist pal uses 50:1 non syn in all his saws
I use about 40:1 in stock saws, 32:1 in ported. Brad gave the exact gas to oil portion, .64
And of course a clean air filter
Good Morning Sawyers and Sawyetts,
Rained last night, supposed to rain today/tonight..
Keep your Saw Gas dry.
You get that 385 souped up yet?
Now I am thinking about getting my Husky 235 ported, if I get all 10 of them ported that will Equal one Husky 385XP.
Morning all, hope you coffee is hot and strong.
-7c and overcast.
Coffee with the retired boys today.
Did some cutting and grinding yesterday.
That there gets you dirty.
Have a good one.
What were you grinding?
Good morning all, 34° at chores time, misty and rain at the moment. Wifey is puzzling and here I sit coffee at hand. Off to the Drs. in a few minutes the TSC and pick up our deer meat. That means wrapping and then jerky time. See you all later. Play safe out there.
One inch plate steel, am starting my splitter build, bought a cylinder and beam, beam was set up at one end for the cylinder,
I wasnt happy with the set up, so cut it off , it was torch cut and poorly welded and no thought put into it.
I only have 5in zip discs and 5 inch grinder, slow but works, gives you time to think about the next move,,,
The beam is 8x8, 12ft long now, going to put a 1 x 10in plate on top as I have it, shouldn't bend that.
5x24 cyl. gx390 22gpm
I would love to see a pic, what wood will you be splitting mostly?
Here the worst wood to Split is Pinyon and Chinese Elm.
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