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Stihl Suspenders

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by ChoppyChoppy, May 22, 2016.

  1. Okie

    Okie Addicted to ArboristSite

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    Ever try Perry suspenders. All sizes, easily adjustable, elastic stretch 2 inchs wide, last forever Big and tall, size 54 inches. All types of colors. I use the camo type during deer and turkey season.

    They fit over a belt. (must use a belt with them for attachment of the clips that hook over the belt. Don't come unsnapped like regular clip suspenders. User friendly.
    Don't know anything about the vest type.

    Ever use bailing wire or string like Jethro Bodine?
     
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    cgraham1 I feel old

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    Lol! :omg:
     
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    It was great then and I enjoyed the reread today. Thanks for the bump.

    @ChoppyChoppy, did you ever get those things figured out? Winter is coming, better get your pants hiked up.
     
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    CsClimbr Ex-Climber with CAD

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    That dreaded “Dickie-Do”

    Where the belly sticks out farther than the dickie-do
     
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  5. Jon1212

    Jon1212 Riff Raff Fart Knocker from other Forum's.

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    Your signature line still makes me laugh....
     
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    sliderulacuracy New Member

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    My Uncle called that Dunlap's disease

    where your belly done lap over your belt buckle
     
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    Hah I was gonna like it again.....thats some funny stuff right there!!!!!!
     

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