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Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by mainewoods, Feb 23, 2014.

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    $2 more for the Orange at Bailey's!

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    I dont shop at Bailey's. I get better prices at Wright Bros in Newark, OH. It's great to have a real local powerstore that can beat online prices.
     
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    I use Bailey's for reference prices here on A.S., since everyone can look them up, and I can quote them as a site sponsor.

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    svk A little bit of everything

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    Thanks. Saw a bunch of does and fawns today. So if they keep hanging out where they are, the bucks will soon be around.
     
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    Pic time posers. :D Wood shed mods under way....lofts removed also...need to design an inner screen door for the front, and cut the top center gables out and install screens
     

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    It is a 395 piston, and cut flat on top.
     
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    Our first foot of the white stuff rolled in...

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    Where abouts are we looking at, Nate?
     
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    A2189DD6-CBF2-46B9-9E86-7E8017A64077.jpeg Just waiting on the white stuff here......
     
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    West of you a bit, not too far from Kamiah, about 150 miles from Missoula , place called woodland. Place we shot the deer was my uncles, used to be my grandpas where my dad grew up, also was about 200 yds from where I shot my first deer about 1984. Sure was neat to be there with my son standing next to him when he shot his first buck (second deer, first was a doe). Lots of good memories.
     
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    Cool. Been not too far from there, on the way to Orofino via rte. 12. from Lolo. Nice area!
     
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    I had better not let my other half see these, she gets excited seeing snow and she wants to move out west bad enough!
     
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    Looking at a 088 at the moment that was used for a mill most of its life i don't know it's history it doesn't look the best but it's cheap compared to other saws it size it needs a exhaust I'm looking at buying it with the intention of a full rebuild but would it be hard and expensive to get oem parts
     
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    Well maybe you should, if that's all it takes :surprised3: :laugh:.
     
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    So using a 395 piston from the spares bin instead of the big bore kit piston just cos you have it? I thought maybe you'd found the height and ring position meant to could turn a pop up into it. Still, 96cc should rip.
     
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    Trying to scrounge up a deer here but nothing yet. I've yet to hear a rifle shot.
     
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    Nice looking snow machine, Jeff. She get used for work or just play? We scrounged quite a bit of wood with our old sled.
    I like the looks of the new 2t Yamaha Viking, but the price tag scared me away:D
     
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    Just play. We have a pretty good trail system here in Ontario and it’s the one thing I like about winter. The Viking is a nice sled as well especially if you use it for work. Mine does see some trail maintenance duty but mostly just hauling us around.
     
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    Gable vents cut and screened in...
     

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