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  • Levi's Avatar
    3 Minutes Ago
    Levi replied to a thread I'm joining the circus! in The Rec Room
    Cool stuff here, and great stories!!! I've never participated, but am a fan. Aerial dance is pretty big around here. Interesting to hear about the lifestyle. We're going to this show on Friday nite, can't wait! https://www.cirquedusoleil.com/luzia
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  • FireFighterZero's Avatar
    7 Minutes Ago
    Cool. I will do the same thing. Look at something for years, dreading the idea. Did that with my big farming tractor. Once I had made up my mind it did not take too long to rebuild the engine.
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  • Giles's Avatar
    10 Minutes Ago
    Giles replied to a thread MS 200t problems in Chainsaws!
    "It still should not be any play unless its in need of replacing." I respectably disagree with your above sentence. ALL bearings must have a certain amount of clearance. When any bearing heats up, clearance becomes less and if there is no clearance, bearing will be damaged. I still don't totally understand the "carbon buildup"? Personally, I do not change parts that are not damaged or worn. They have proven themselves. Over the years, I have replaced items, not necessarily related to gasoline engines, and they failed! This is especially true today with so many low quality replacement parts. Even some OEM parts might not be manufactured by them.
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  • FireFighterZero's Avatar
    11 Minutes Ago
    I have worked accident scenes with both the fire and ambulance where we waited over thirty minuets for the cops. Sometimes over an hour for Highway patrol.
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  • Skwerl2's Avatar
    16 Minutes Ago
    When seconds matter, the police are only minutes away.
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  • Skwerl2's Avatar
    21 Minutes Ago
    I have a 395XP that is probably ten years old. About 5-6 years ago the gas tank began leaking along the bottom seam where the two halves are molded together. After a year or so of ignoring it and putting it off, I took it to a local shop where the guy said he could plastic weld the tank and fix it. Picked it up a week later and all was well for about a year and a half and it started leaking again. So about 3 years ago I bought a replacement gas tank from Bailey's and promised myself I'd fix it soon. I kept putting it off thinking it was going to be a major project. Then other priorities came up, such as buying a house, moving, remodeling the new house, etc. Anyway, this morning I decided to fix it. Dug everything out and it only took about 90 minutes. The worst part was pulling the fuel line through the tank and the plate that holds the carb. I used a piece of whipping twine and choked the end of the fuel line, stuck the twine through the hole and used it to pull the fuel line through. That worked amazingly well. As you can see in the pic, Husqvarna changed the design of the tank to add material along the bottom seam so it wouldn't wear out or crack as easily. I have a big live oak removal on Tuesday which was my motivation for getting this fixed. Tired of having to add fuel every time I want to use it, and not adding too much fuel because it leaks out when you leave the saw sitting.
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  • MasterBlaster's Avatar
    35 Minutes Ago
    I'm finding I like tapewounds best.
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  • FireFighterZero's Avatar
    49 Minutes Ago
    My buddy has a neck through 5 string Ibanez that I really liked. Never been around the guitars, but the basses always seem to lack the warm tone I like out of a Fender. The Peavy Cirrus was great too, while they made it. I gotta keep on Scott......if he wants to sell someday that is! I like super bright strings on a really heavy bass.
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  • MasterBlaster's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    I actually prefer Ibanez over the other top two.
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  • Magnus's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    Magnus replied to a thread MS 200t problems in Chainsaws!
    No, not forgetting... In all bearings there is parts that together make the bearing. I repeat: It still should not be any play unless its in need of replacing. If you have carbon in bearings and seals inside seal... The two stroke oil sucks! If you have carbon like material outside seal on clutch side, bar oil and service sucks!
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  • FireFighterZero's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    Always preferred Fender.
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  • Cobleskill's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    Yes. Hope so as well. I remember my friend in high school telling me about mowing through a ditch with a push mower. Somehow it got away from him and rolled back over his foot. Took the top of his sneaker off with no damage to his foot. Sobering even for me as a kid.
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  • Levi's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    Hey, Jim! I'm on month 5 or so of no booze, haven't felt this good since I was a pre-teen. Daily drink is a scary trap, be careful my friend.
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  • SeanKroll's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    Possibly I'll remembering $300 per roll of Oregon, at Madsen's, from several years ago. When I was a boy, bread was a nickel.:lol:
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  • MasterBlaster's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    Cool.
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  • bstewert's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    For Fender guitar enthusiasts. Or amps, too! <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/KHdQLaoDOoU?ecver=1" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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