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Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by TheDarkLordChinChin, Dec 4, 2019.

  1. Matt93eg

    Matt93eg ArboristSite Operative

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    Your right!!! Oh I can’t wait. This weekends cutting is gonna be down right amazing.
     
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  2. MacAttack

    MacAttack I love the smell of 2-stroke

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    It'll smell like a Waffle House out in the woods
     
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    Be sure to strain the grease through a coffee filter before you mix it.

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    Would it not be a sensible idea to ask what oil the OP intends on using before advising him on what ratio to run? Or doesn't that matter...
     
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    Gypo Logger Timber Baron

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    Absolutely not! Stihl/ Husky is by far the best otherwise your saw will chit the bed unless you use Motul at 20:1
     
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    Once the pork is cooked, seared use the pork grease to make tomato sauce add garlic, then peeled tomatoes squishing them as you pour them into the pork fat. Add basil and oregano, the pork meat and let simmer. Add meatballs, boil pasta aldenta, garlic bread, grated cheese, add a nice glass of rose’ wine and enjoy.

    No two stroke needed.
     

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