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  • Dave Shepard's Avatar
    39 Minutes Ago
    stig, that's about 212,000 board feet? How long will that take you?
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  • stig's Avatar
    48 Minutes Ago
    So is life.
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  • MasterBlaster's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    It's all fun and games until someone gets a face ripped off.
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  • Burnham's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    A small mistake would have serious consequences. I like this far better than the killing style of man vs. bull sport.
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  • stig's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    I have seen old hellenic vases from kreta with pictures of people leaping over bulls. Had no idea it was still done today. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/dXAk91PltMI" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; encrypted-media" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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  • TreeRhino's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    TreeRhino replied to a thread Best Lift???? in Gear Forum
    I have run many of their units. They are excellent. TOugh, simple and their service is awesome. i think they are even putting out an insulated one this year.
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  • Burnham's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    Burnham replied to a thread How'd it go today? in Odds and Ends
    :thumbup: Both Justin and Stig.
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  • Burnham's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    Agreed. Oblivious.
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  • Raj's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    Raj replied to a thread MS192 in Chainsaws!
    I have the same sort of issue, I have a 192t from new, started to give me problems. In my case, seems a good air filter cleaning is needed, after every use.... PITA. Bogs down when throttling.
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  • stig's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    stig replied to a thread How'd it go today? in Odds and Ends
    We are falling smallish oaks. Normally this would be a job for a mechanical harvester, but since we we are already there, and it is a small job, they let us loose on it instead of going to the trouble and cost of bringing a machine in. That is so relaxing compared to the big stuff we normally fall. Got a call today from a forester who needed 500 cubic meters of large spruce and fir cut for shipping to China. That'll be fun, too.
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  • squisher's Avatar
    2 Hours Ago
    Easy. Ferraris should be red.
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  • SeanKroll's Avatar
    2 Hours Ago
    How about kiln drying small pieces in a kitchen oven, or what about a small home made kiln? These are from a summer stump, cut on a table saw, and oven-dried.
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  • squisher's Avatar
    2 Hours Ago
    squisher replied to a thread How'd it go today? in Odds and Ends
    I sure I got everything I need now? I've been to town and fleeced by the dealer. Not to bad actually. I'm back and have got the shop heating up and will put a couple more hours in prepping everything I can for when the last two parts hopefully show up on time tomorrow morning. fingers crossed. Weather is dicey. :whine:
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  • bootsmagee's Avatar
    3 Hours Ago
    Thank you, thank you. I'd have to be in a position to hire someone first! :D I'll probably be updating this shortly, as it looks like there's a taker on treebay.
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  • flushcut's Avatar
    4 Hours Ago
    flushcut replied to a thread Best Lift???? in Gear Forum
    I should have made that clearer. Did you grind one stump "thru house venture" or have you done many stumps like that in 18 years. Because one in 18 years IMO doesn't justify having narrow access equipment. If it were once a month then its worth it's weight in gold and a guy can justify the cost of owning narrow access gear. More in line with FJR's habitat of work. I thought long and hard about getting a mini that was 36" wide but settled for one that's 42" wide and have not regretted the choice once thus far.
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  • SeanKroll's Avatar
    4 Hours Ago
    How about kiln drying small pieces in a kitchen oven, or what about a small home made kiln? These are from a summer stump, cut on a table saw, and oven-dried.
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  • oldachonoak's Avatar
    4 Hours Ago
    oldachonoak started a thread MS192 in Chainsaws!
    I pick up an MS192 from e-bay a while ago and can't seem to get the saw to stay running properly. I replaced air boot and rebuilt carb. It seems to constantly need to be adjusted. My next step is to pressure test and look for leaks. I don't have all of the tools I need to do this but I think I can figure it out. I read some place that they had problems with the top end gasket leaking. Any one run into this type of problem with this saw. If I end up taking the top end apart is there a better one to replace it with. Maybe a little more power. I cuts great when its running. Thanks in advance for any help. Ted
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  • stig's Avatar
    4 Hours Ago
    stig replied to a thread Woodworking in The Rec Room
    :)
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  • Merle Nelson's Avatar
    5 Hours Ago
    Yes, I like the 4 stroke using mix gas. Butch it may not bend quite as easy but, when it does I suspect it will be once and done. I do stuff risking the pole/shaft at times and 99 or 199 times it turns out okay. On the older round ones when it doesn't I put it between a crotch and slightly bend it back until I get the straightest, keep on running, configuration. The end five foot tube and inner shaft I'm running now on my smaller HT has been bent about 3 times and is continuing to work okay - albeit with more noise. About 6 months of added service so far.
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