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rocketnorton

rocketnorton

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well we're talkin same language, far as beer goes. if yer over this way, usually got a few chillin. don't have that many "worksaws" stashed, which is what I gathered yer into. most are old/collectors. most run, some are projects. close to 20 pioneers, 50cc-126, 8 poulans, 2 cv, rest th, few homelites, 2 big ones, 2 th. 4 husky, 2 stihl. 2 macs, couple other odd ones. echo 610 twin, pm 340.

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Big_Wood

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the only thing that can do me right really is 372/576/385/390 stuff. those are the saws i use and break so always nice to have spare parts. i need to avoid everything else like the plague otherwise i will end up with a shop i can't hardly walk in again. will let you know next time i'm around surrey. my brother just lives over in metro town.
 
Big_Wood

Big_Wood

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If'n you'd run Stihls, you wouldnt worry about any spare parts

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if you knew what real work on the hill was you'd realize they all need parts eventually. usually at the worst possible time too. having spare parts on hand means not buying new from the dealer. imagine your saw needs something and you can't get to the dealer because of your work hours or even if you could the fact that they only stock , starter rope, fuel filters, purge bulbs, and spark plugs LOL
 
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