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Discussion in 'Chainsaws' started by cgraham1, Jun 3, 2015.

  1. griffonks

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    Uhm, now I'm confused worse, wasn't he selling a really decent 385 with a slightly cracked recoil cover? I'll take the 288....
     
  2. David Young

    David Young ArboristSite Guru

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    Is the 288 a decomp or non decomp would you take a check
     
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    I'm confused too...

    Why and how do you make "models" run out of swamps ???


    Bump fer a "crepe stealer"...
     
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    Jon1212 Riff Raff Fart Knocker from other Forum's.

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    Has anyone mentioned buying this 385 from Clinton?

    GLWS.

    TTT.

    Free dump, for a drape sayler.
     
  5. griffonks

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    288 bump....
     
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    Magnumitis ArboristSite Operative

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    All kidding aside, cool saw-Id consider it if I didnt have some others in the works bro.
     
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  7. cgraham1

    cgraham1 I feel old

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    $666 plus shipping
     
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    All this bumping and no sale?
     
  10. cgraham1

    cgraham1 I feel old

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    I can't give a saw away, lately...
     
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    Not much has been selling lately Clint I don't know why
     
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    mdavlee Tree Freak

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    I wonder if the market just has been flooded to a point of nothing selling any more?
     
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    Jon1212 Riff Raff Fart Knocker from other Forum's.

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    Yep. I mentioned "market saturation" a few weeks ago.
     
  14. griffonks

    griffonks Addicted to ArboristSite

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    I'm not buying until I get my shop straight.

    My dad died and I'm bringing in his tools.

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    Sorry bout your dad. Condolences sent

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    griffonks Addicted to ArboristSite

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    Thanks, my mom died 10 weeks before. I'm clearing out the house I grew up in right now. They were here for 56 years. Stuff and more stuff.

    Life comes in batches.

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    Nobody should have to withstand that kind of grief.
    Prayers sent.

    Be strong for those that can't
     
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    Would you take $6.66?


    Bump for a decent guy
     
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    My brother's off and on again gf of 30 years died in his car two days before Christmas and my gf was diagnosed with breast cancer and had a double mastectomy all in 4.5 months.

    August 2013 we had a flood that took four lakes out on a farm I lease. Boulder creek cut the banks, came through 6'deep, broke a sewage line, knocked over 6' plus DBH cottonwoods, compressed and tangled 20 acres of 18" to 28" trees. Left rocks in crotches 5 feet up.

    My parents both got pneumonia and were hospitalized, I did too, but kept working. I got well, they never really did.

    That's why I started collecting big azzed saws.

    Treat every day like it may be the last....

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    Jon1212 Riff Raff Fart Knocker from other Forum's.

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    Bill,

    That is the epitome of the lesson of long suffering.

    I said at the end of 2014, "good riddance to that year". 2015 is still TBD.

    Big azz saws are a healthy distraction.

    Keep on, keepin' on.
     

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