Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by Simonizer, Mar 21, 2011.
Hes on *** with mastermind and tree monkey too.
If you want to send a saw to a Canadian porter that really knows his Stihls, you might want to contact @Canadian farm boy - he does nice work.
we're all in the states. Canadian farm boy is in Canada, does good work
Ok I look at them,thx a lot.
All dem guys is overrated ... send to Fabulous in Ny if ya want a ripper lol !!!
How did you come up with the 372 piston mod,must have been a bit if genious! I'll bet your competition saws have won lots of major competitions,right?
Won lots of trophies like these?
My Google search brought me to this thread and site when I was looking for Simon's new contacts in 2014
That was 7 Years after my First Simonized 372.
Please accept, in fond loving memories from all.
Dear "The Simonizer"
15 yrs ago your good knowledge, skill, hard work & reputation absolutely paid you back in full.
You hold a DAM TRUE legacy on a Legendary BC coast.
there of, Simonized Saws.
Simon Christopher Wright
1967 — 2019
Your candle burnt out long before your chainsaws ever did...
...But your chainsaws will certainly burn out long before..
...Your Legend EVER will..
Oh man, Simon was a great easy going guy. Damn good saw builder. Sorry to hear this.
Sorry to hear we lost a AS member and a great saw builder.
Maybe some of those that have one of his saws can give some info on it, so his work/knowledge will live on along with his legend.
Just a young man. Sorry to hear of his passing.
Really sad news indeed as he was a really good builder and a really decent and knowledgeable guy.
Many of his saws are working up and down the coast of BC still and his work will be missed.
R.I.P. Simon, lost way too soon.
Yup, a nice guy and great saw builder. I'm lucky I have a 372 he built for me. RIP cool dude.
This sucks to hear ,rip Simon, i remember him telling me its not how much material you remove , it's where you remove it. Still have a 460 top end he did on a 440 , good work saw .
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