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Jon1212

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Well it looks like I'm a better salesman then some of you give me credit for.
You can criticize me or put me down. But truth be told, Looser's always hate winners and blame everyone but themselves. It's always been the democrats way of being a sore loser.
Even a blind pig........

Looser's?

WTF is a "looser"?
 

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Are you sure you meet the qualifications to purchase one in the first place?
I can handle the saw with no problem, I have a 362 witch is in the sane power range of the 391
Ms 391 specs.

MS 391 Specifications - Mid-Range Use
DISPLACEMENT 64.1 cc (3.9 cu. in.)
ENGINE POWER 3.3 kW (4.4 bhp)
POWERHEAD WEIGHT 6.2 kg (13.67 Ibs.)
FUEL CAPACITY 600 cc (20.3 oz.)
CHAIN OIL CAPACITY 350 cc (11.8 oz.)
OILOMATIC® CHAIN 3/8" RS3
GUIDE BAR LENGTHS* (Recommended ranges) 40 to 50 cm (16" to 20")
STIHL ROLLOMATIC®
POWER SOURCE Gas

Specs i=on the ms 362.
DISPLACEMENT 59.0 cc (3.6 cu. in.)
ENGINE POWER 3.4 kW (4.6 bhp)
POWERHEAD WEIGHT 6.2 kg (13.7 lbs.)
FUEL CAPACITY 600 cc (20.3 oz.)
CHAIN OIL CAPACITY 325 cc (11.0 oz.)
OILOMATIC® CHAIN 3/8" RS3
GUIDE BAR LENGTHS* (Recommended ranges) 40 to 63 cm (16" to 25")
POWER SOURCE Gas

The 391 is a farm & ranch saw. But if you compare the specs with the 362
There almost identical.
No mention why the pro saw is worth the extra money.
 

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A professional buying a homeowner saw? Must not be much of a businessman I guess. As far as him knowing his saws "inside and out"...I'm thinking he actually knows very little about saws if he bought your 391 for his business. With that kind of judgement, I'm not sure I would want him doing any tree work for me.
Always skeptical of others i see. Maybe thats all the saw he needed, He may have a fleet of saw to chose from. And he has discovered a F&R saw is just as reliable and just as good and the pro line. I have had many stihls and never had a single issue with any of them.
Why buy a pro saw when a F&R saw is all you will ever need.
Your speculating on a subject you know nothing about what he needed.
 
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Well it looks like I'm a better salesman then some of you give me credit for.
You can criticize me or put me down. But truth be told, Looser's always hate winners and blame everyone but themselves. It's always been the democrats way of being a sore loser.
I can handle the saw with no problem, I have a 362 witch is in the sane power range of the 391
Ms 391 specs.

MS 391 Specifications - Mid-Range Use
DISPLACEMENT 64.1 cc (3.9 cu. in.)
ENGINE POWER 3.3 kW (4.4 bhp)
POWERHEAD WEIGHT 6.2 kg (13.67 Ibs.)
FUEL CAPACITY 600 cc (20.3 oz.)
CHAIN OIL CAPACITY 350 cc (11.8 oz.)
OILOMATIC® CHAIN 3/8" RS3
GUIDE BAR LENGTHS* (Recommended ranges) 40 to 50 cm (16" to 20")
STIHL ROLLOMATIC®
POWER SOURCE Gas

Specs i=on the ms 362.
DISPLACEMENT 59.0 cc (3.6 cu. in.)
ENGINE POWER 3.4 kW (4.6 bhp)
POWERHEAD WEIGHT 6.2 kg (13.7 lbs.)
FUEL CAPACITY 600 cc (20.3 oz.)
CHAIN OIL CAPACITY 325 cc (11.0 oz.)
OILOMATIC® CHAIN 3/8" RS3
GUIDE BAR LENGTHS* (Recommended ranges) 40 to 63 cm (16" to 25")
POWER SOURCE Gas

The 391 is a farm & ranch saw. But if you compare the specs with the 362
There almost identical.
No mention why the pro saw is worth the extra money.
read your last paragraph ^^^....
Ready..........
Now read your very next post... If you miss the irony, go re-read...

Always skeptical of others i see. Maybe thats all the saw he needed, He may have a fleet of saw to chose from. And he has discovered a F&R saw is just as reliable and just as good and the pro line. I have had many stihls and never had a single issue with any of them.
Why buy a pro saw when a F&R saw is all you will ever need.
Your speculating on a subject you know nothing about what he needed.
THAT is why everyone is on your crap... You talk out both sides your mouth... One sentence, f&r saws are all you'd need and not worth the extra money. Another post, your selling an equivalent saw because you upgraded.. Just like in the beginning.. You never move off your asking price, only to later state you moved off a price...


I'm REALLY starting to wander about your mental capacity.
I dated a looser girl once.
Did ya now? At least ya know she's fun lol.

Like throwing a hot dog down a hallway
That's not so bad.... You ever try throwing a hot dog into a small water bottle... Something gonna end up hurting... Just sayin lol

now that hallway don't sound so bad.. Lol.
 
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I can handle the saw with no problem, I have a 362 witch is in the sane power range of the 391
Ms 391 specs.

MS 391 Specifications - Mid-Range Use
DISPLACEMENT 64.1 cc (3.9 cu. in.)
ENGINE POWER 3.3 kW (4.4 bhp)
POWERHEAD WEIGHT 6.2 kg (13.67 Ibs.)
FUEL CAPACITY 600 cc (20.3 oz.)
CHAIN OIL CAPACITY 350 cc (11.8 oz.)
OILOMATIC® CHAIN 3/8" RS3
GUIDE BAR LENGTHS* (Recommended ranges) 40 to 50 cm (16" to 20")
STIHL ROLLOMATIC®
POWER SOURCE Gas

Specs i=on the ms 362.
DISPLACEMENT 59.0 cc (3.6 cu. in.)
ENGINE POWER 3.4 kW (4.6 bhp)
POWERHEAD WEIGHT 6.2 kg (13.7 lbs.)
FUEL CAPACITY 600 cc (20.3 oz.)
CHAIN OIL CAPACITY 325 cc (11.0 oz.)
OILOMATIC® CHAIN 3/8" RS3
GUIDE BAR LENGTHS* (Recommended ranges) 40 to 63 cm (16" to 25")
POWER SOURCE Gas

The 391 is a farm & ranch saw. But if you compare the specs with the 362
There almost identical.
No mention why the pro saw is worth the extra money.
Thanks Rainman.
 
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read your last paragraph ^^^....
Ready..........
Now read your very next post... If you miss the irony, go re-read...



THAT is why everyone is on your crap... You talk out both sides your mouth... One sentence, f&r saws are all you'd need and not worth the extra money. Another post, your selling an equivalent saw because you upgraded.. Just like in the beginning.. You never move off your asking price, only to later state you moved off a price...


I'm REALLY starting to wander about your mental capacity.


Did ya now? At least ya know she's fun lol.



That's not so bad.... You ever try throwing a hot dog into a small water bottle... Something gonna end up hurting... Just sayin lol

now that hallway don't sound so bad.. Lol.
:lol: hot dog water bottle
 

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Yep. Just getting some selling tips from the South Texas wheeler, and dealer.
I;m smart, but you cant prove it on paper.
You constantly criticize spelling errors as if your some spelling police. I don't give a rats ass if you like my spelling. You seem to understands what I'm saying, so whats your point.
Does it make you feel superior to others when you get on your soap box and lecture on gamer and spelling?
Some people are good at some thing and not others. Putting people down and calling them restarted, just shows how ignorant you are.
You are the type that thinks your better then everyone else. Arrogant ass hole.
 
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I;m smart, but you cant prove it on paper.
You constantly criticize spelling errors as if your some spelling police. I don't give a rats ass if you like my spelling. You seem to understands what I'm saying, so whats your point.
Does it make you feel superior to others when you get on your soap box and lecture on gamer and spelling?
Some people are good at some thing and not others. Putting people down and calling them restarted, just shows how ignorant you are.
You are the type that thinks your better then everyone else. Arrogant ass hole.
I never called you "restarted", and no I don't think I'm better than everyone else, but I am better than a full of ****, lying ******* like you.
As for being arrogant, I believe you have that prize pretty well sewn up. You constantly contradict your own posts, tell others they are wrong, when in fact they are right, and you continue to show you are an ignorant, self important jack ass at every turn. Glad to see you finally got your **** together enough to delete your CL ad, you mealy mouthed, chickenshit, liar.
 
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