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The "unofficial" 6 cube sticky

Discussion in 'Chainsaw Stickies' started by sachsmo, Aug 7, 2011.

  1. Work Saw Collector

    Work Saw Collector GTG Coffee Maker

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    Man That Homelite looks great.
     
  2. Mastermind

    Mastermind Work Saw Specialist

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    Let me be the first to second that statement.
     
  3. boda65

    boda65 ArboristSite Guru

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    Sp105

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  4. sachsmo

    sachsmo Addicted to ArboristSite

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    Whole bunch O' awesome saws. Sure is a kick running saws that are bigger than the bikes we rode as kids.



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    I forgot a couple...next up is the SP105 106cc from the big box-O-saws from Washington state a couple of years ago, just got it going recently

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    Last one is the 1-76 99cc that also came from the West Coast, Randy Mac gave it a little exercise at the PNW GTG in June.

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  6. Warped5

    Warped5 WingNut

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    Everybody who looked at that shot of Randy immediately had their eye drawn to that stylin' hat of his. He could have been hacking at that log with a pocket knife and no one would have noticed .....

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  7. Eccentric

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    .............except for the McThunder coming from that mighty saw. There's a backstory to that hat. Randy was a good sport to wear it again this year...:clap:
     
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    difficult to beat big cube lovers on this site, but I'll give it a try ....


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  9. Warped5

    Warped5 WingNut

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    Looking at your avatar, it's difficult to decide which pair looks better!
     
  10. belgian

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    ROLF, I like nice pairs ....:msp_biggrin:

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    I think Roland could compete with Lee for numbers of big saws...chances are better for Lee to find a place where he can actually use them however.

    I expect Belgian has to pay a noise tax or at least get a permit just to be able to start one of those saw in the back garden.

    Mark
     
  12. promac850

    promac850 formerly promac610

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    My soon to be 6.44 ci 790 is still on the bench...

    So in its place I will post a pic of my 6.04 ci 1-76 parts saw... which has been torn down to supply most of its parts to the 790 project...

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    I've got to get this #### painted, and the 790 cylinder bored... then it's all downhill from there... an air filter would be a good idea though... I think that will be the only thing I'll need other than the carb kit for the Mac flatback and fuel lines... and a bag of sand, and paint... yep, I will be sandblasting these for the fresh paint to stick. The engine itself will be left alone. But the oil tank, fuel tank, tins, etc. will all be painted a nice yellow, or maize maybe? :rock:
     
  13. Ambull

    Ambull OCD Muscle Saw Collector

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    OK I'll Chime in.....

    A Mac SP125 with a 60" bar

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    A Mac 795

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    A Pioneer P60

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    Two Homelite 1020's

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    Two Homelite 750's

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    Count me in...

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/5316739405/" title="SP newbar by zweitakt250, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5282/5316739405_526bff9747_b.jpg" width="819" height="512" alt="SP newbar"></a>
     
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    Oooooooooooooo ..... I LIKE that ..... but I like Belgian's twins better! :D
     
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    McCulloch 99 and Pioneer 850 gear drive.

    Chris.

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    Chris, Now thats one sweet Model 99 Mac.
    They don't come much nicer than that.




    Lee
     
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    Thanks Lee - she is a nice old girl. It is now looking better thanks to Cliff who supplied me with a points cover and a really nice falling spike to top it off. The saw is a runner and sounds pretty cool. I would like to find a replacement muffler for this machine as the original is a little knocked about.

    Regards,

    Chris.
     
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