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cgraham1

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I got this saw in a trade and have ran a few tanks through it. I just have too many big saws... It was ported by Joe Stanley (Elect6845). It runs good, starts easy, and as far as I can tell everything works. The recoil is from a 390 and is cracked, but works just fine. It's not a shelf queen, but it's in decent shape overall.

$725 shipped PHO, west of the Rockies, $750 east of the Rockies. PayPal, prefer F&F for obvious reasons. Thanks.

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griffonks

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I'm confused, as well. o_O

How's that 288xp running for you?
Which one? Lol. I like it, Clint. If I didn't own 2 288's, 5 2100's, 2 395's and a ported 372 and another 272 that's being finished up by Mike Lee I'd buy your 385....

It's easier to spend cash than bumps for dang sure....

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Jon1212

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Which one? Lol. I like it, Clint. If I didn't own 2 288's, 5 2100's, 2 395's and a ported 372 and another 272 that's being finished up by Mike Lee I'd buy your 385....

It's easier to spend cash than bumps for dang sure....

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Da Fook!? 17 more, and you'll have almost as many 2100's as Lee Harvey has 166's.
 
griffonks

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2 years ago I was swamped with oh44's this year it's been all 2100's. It's the same with women, seems like I fight like hell to get one or two of a model running, then the next thing you know I'm swamped. A month ago T1 asked me if I wanted another... it's headed for Randy D in zoo city...
 
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