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gtsawyer

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Give me the weekend, and I'll be ready for the next donation drive.

This has been way too much fun. I haven't seen so much crap thrown around since I visited the monkey house at the zoo. Hmmmm.... come to think about it, AS is a bit of a monkey house.
 
mrhornet

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Good luck on the recovery Jeremy
Congrats winners

and awsome job on putting it all together and making it happon brad or B Rad you sure know how to help a friend, as well as all that donateed to help make this happon.
 
andydodgegeek

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Lets hear from the folks whos numbers were picked. What ya got to say, ya gonna use that saw? What saws are you gonna get ported? What ya gonna do with that bar? Do you need that bar? PM me if ya dont.:hmm3grin2orange:
 
Mrs. J

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Working hard on my clothesline. At least we have some supplies for it now. That lowes trip was hard on my man :)
 
blsnelling

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Congrats to all and I happen to know that Stihl 041S just got a 044 that would take well to porting........
Many of the newer guys probably don't know who Stihl 041S. Rob is a great friend of mine. He used to be a regular poster on here, but now reads more than he posts. He's a great guy and deserves this as much as anyone. He was a significant cash contributor:rock:
 
pioneerguy600

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Lets hear from the folks whos numbers were picked. What ya got to say, ya gonna use that saw? What saws are you gonna get ported? What ya gonna do with that bar? Do you need that bar? PM me if ya dont.:hmm3grin2orange:
Since this saw has been run it will be run when it gets here, a few picts taken and then it will be properly stored as a shelf queen. It is too special to be just another runner, I have plenty of those to keep me occupied. When and if an occasion comes along it will be taken out and run with the upmost care, I don`t want to damage the fantastic paint job on it. For those that don`t know me or my saw collection, I have more than one ported and modded 046 to play with.
A special thanks to Brad for setting this Charity in motion, for building the saw and for running the operation to its finale.Many thanks to all of the guys that donated parts and the paint job on the saw. Many thank you`s to all of those who participated in the act of donating to such a deserving fellow member as Wiggs certainly is. I will post up some picts of the saw in action once it makes its way to me.
 
blsnelling

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Since this saw has been run it will be run when it gets here, a few picts taken and then it will be properly stored as a shelf queen. It is too special to be just another runner, I have plenty of those to keep me occupied. When and if an occasion comes along it will be taken out and run with the upmost care, I don`t want to damage the fantastic paint job on it. For those that don`t know me or my saw collection, I have more than one ported and modded 046 to play with.
A special thanks to Brad for setting this Charity in motion, for building the saw and for running the operation to its finale.Many thanks to all of the guys that donated parts and the paint job on the saw. Many thank you`s to all of those who participated in the act of donating to such a deserving fellow member as Wiggs certainly is. I will post up some picts of the saw in action once it makes its way to me.
You can swap out the plastic for the original, install the 28" Sugi, and put that saw to work:rock:
 
pioneerguy600

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You can swap out the plastic for the original, install the 28" Sugi, and put that saw to work:rock:
Yes, I am certain that it is ready to go to work but since I really don`t have a need to work it, then it will spend most of its time semi retired. Have no fear, it will be well taken care of and admired by many....:msp_thumbup:
 
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