Discussion in 'Chainsaws' started by cgraham1, Dec 31, 2014.
You hurt muh feelins when you said my favorite saw is clapped out.
i'm sorry bud it's only half way clapped out how about
How far are you from Montgomery Creek? I have a Great Aunt and Uncle up that way. It's truly gorgeous up there...
Seing as I already have a Stumpbroke 372, I may have to buy a built 7900. That was darn impressive!!!
That 7900 makes me want one even more. now im up in the air get a 7900 or try to find a 288xp or Jonny equivalent. Get back to work no lollygagging Clint.
It was impressive stock, but Randy definitely took it up a notch!
It looks like Montgomery Creek is not too far away from me...
There's not a 288 in jonsered lineup. A 910/920/930 series was in the same time.
Your roads look a little curvy out there,
you have no idea
As a flat-lander (with some ground on the West side of the Rockies) I was dumbfounded visiting the area. I have a picture of the three Shastas (lake, mountain and dam) that hangs in my barn. I was also surprised to see on my families property that there was no grass due to the dense tree coverage... 40 acres and no grass... Who knew? It was truly gorgeous and if not for the laws and politics and my limited budget, I'd love to move there.
who has a bump? probably should get that checked out. dont want it festering.
Boy looking at your sig... it looks like you have your CAD in full swing! That is a seriously good sig.
Thanks! I learned from the best.
the "evolution of cad".
Who me ? You buy it
I don't need two.... This one was listed first, I figure once it sells people might want the one I'm selling. common courtesy
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