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Greasing the clutch and bar sprocket? Airfilters

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by Huskybill, Sep 3, 2019.

  1. Huskybill

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    They make split boots were we don’t have to take it apart to repair it.
     
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    The hole in the bar nose is good when someone lets a nose get a little rusted up.
     
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    Your imagination needs no help, that's for shure. I've only read a couple of your ramblings but very easy to recognize bull chit, and you've pegged everyone's meter except your own.

    Do you really think folks believe all the crap you type? Most clowns that brag about all the chit they've done, haven't done chit. Know what im sayin Billy?
     
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    Thought you already found the big furry friend?

    Maybe you've already smoked enough of something? I'm not into that s**t so I certainly can't help you out if you need more.
     
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    I don’t smoke or drink never did I’m on morphine for pain.

    For a guy from fartford you surely have opinions too bad there false. I don’t bs or lie to anyone. Never did.
     
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    Mike Hunterts "Little man"

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    Morphine??? That explains it. Carry on with the bull chit stories. I bet I'd see bigfoot with a little help from the hillbilly heroin lol.
     
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    Ahh.... morphine and chain saws, excellent combo
     
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    Many years ago I worked with a couple of catskinners cutting lines. The lead operator told some stories that eventually i became skeptical of. He was with his fourth wife. The other 3 had died of things (cancer, drowning, fire). His farmstead had burned or flooded out 3 times and had to be rebuilt... there were a couple of other sad-luck stories, like horrible things that would get a guy down. This guy was not down. I happened to mention this fellow to another guy i knew well and as it turned out, all of the stories were true, and barely embellished at all.

    Go Bill.
     
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    Yeah but,

    did he get a picture of Bigfoot?
     
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    Oh, damn! I knew I forgot something. I'll try to remember next time.
     
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    Best be gettin' the pics. These naysayers will hang you out to dry
     
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    thanks guys for the up lifting thoughts.
     
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    The trail cams are out in vt. So far blackbear pics. I have trail cams out at home too so far bear, deer, raccoons, foxes, coyotes comeby all night long. I hear the barn owl “who cooks for you” at times too. If we get pics I’ll post them.
     
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    I'm looking forward to the first candid shots of 'squash.
     
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    I hope I get a clear pic. Every pic I see is blurry online.
     
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    Hang tough Bill.... everyone is a critic!
     
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    I’m good Andy I been through this before. I got visits one night and I was frying bacon cheeseburgers, the BFRO guys on searching for squatch got that from me. I was awaking from two outside my window on my bunk at my camp they were talking some sort of gibberish language. I was listening to them and by the time I got up they moved on. I was the first one to post about the gibberish languages too. I have a running spring with drink able water not far from my camp like 35’ away. It’s the only water in the area. I’m a very light sleeper I miss nothing at night. The BFRO guys came to the next town over from me and heard about me but I didn’t meet them because I’m ill. I’m sure someone has more encounters but they won’t talk do to heckling. Too bad we miss that info.

    Everytime the history channel or discovery channel airs the bigfoot programs there seems to be more info added. Even phd’s who camp and hike in the outdoors are having encounters. These are smart educated people.
     
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    I don't think you would tell a hurting lie, but you will stretch the truth from here to Richmond and back lol

    OK oiling, oil the clutch bearing when you take the chain off. Nose sprocket, if your oiler is doing its job you will have plenty of lubrication on it. clean the bar channels and oil hole after 10 hours saw operation, that would be every other day for full time guys, but they know this anyway. most on here don't run a saw 10 hours a month,
    I run other folks saws more than mine. I looked in on my saw stash and dam dirt dobbers are at work on them for sure
     
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    I have no reason to lie.

    My oldest son(40’s) laughs at me when I talk bigfoot. We were out at 5:30am sitting in our deer stands. We heard a tree knock above us on the mountain. The farther away in the national forest another tree knock answered. He come out and mentioned the two tree knocks. He doesn’t laugh anymore. I told him to wait it gets better. He heard the screams one night.

    I’m seeing mountain lions were no mountainlions are suppose to be there extinct right? They seem to be multiplying at a fast rate. And coming from the higher elevations of the green mountains of vt into the lower areas looking for food. I’ve seen tracks in the snow from this very elusive cat for decades I finally got to see and hear them.

    Be more alert in the woods. Don’t go in there like Gumby and pokey.
     

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