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    I had a dog do that in otter scat once...took me an hour to wash the smell out.:D
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    8 Hours Ago
    hahahha...yeah, sure...like you're married. You set a clever trap there. (Don't do it, Willie!)
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    9 Hours Ago
    Cool...a WWI era vintage snatch block needs to be seen. Pictures of the deed! After you finish that beer....
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    1 Day Ago
    Saga on, Al...enjoying the play by play!
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    :thumbup:
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    Jim...good stuff in those videos...thanks for the show. Back in the mid 60's I spent a bit of time on my cousin's south GA farm. We helped with the hay...I remember he would say he had to "tett" the hay...this is similar to the tetter they had. They made square bales that were monstrous to me. I weighed 75 pounds...I realize now the bales were 75 pounds. I always wondered why I had trouble throwing them up on the trailer..."hauling hay" they called it. Hot, hard work.
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    pantheraba replied to a thread Wedge Belts in Gear Forum
    Well said, Bounce. It is these gems and pearls that pop up once in awhile that are cool to see. Good share, Gypo.
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    3 Days Ago
    pantheraba replied to a thread Fishing 2017 in The Rec Room
    Hahaha...Jim wondered WTH he was doing? Cory guided me over here. Yes, it is a type of yogic breathing...some call it "fire breathing." It is a type of pranayama, specialized breathing. The site below talks about it...it is also good for massaging the internal organs. http://www.kundaliniyoga.org/Pranayama And this kind of "belly churning" or stomach lifting is good for internal massage....lots of videos of this out there...it is called "nauli" <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/QVaS_xqHA80" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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    3 Days Ago
    That's a good doctor story...glad you got him...a persistent one that worked with you. Some would have told you that you didn't know what you were talking about and quit.
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    hahaha...I can SO identify with that approach. At least try something...:lol: Jay...I know the words...tig...mig...for welding but they are just words. My speed is JB Weld.:D
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    3 Days Ago
    Like I said in another thread....we often don't see the demon/danger until it is right in front of us. Hope you heal well.
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    4 Days Ago
    Yep...that likely happened here.
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    5 Days Ago
    Great pictures. Precision hinges.
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    6 Days Ago
    :lol: I hope so.
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    6 Days Ago
    Still working on the Monkey Slide...here is more underwater playground fun for now: <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/byTEGnaj1bU" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> Hayden is getting good at swimming with his new toy...a jug full of sand!
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    Great pictures there....especially all those hairpins. We visited Haleakalā in Hawaii approx 2000...rented bikes and did the 27 mile ride downhill from the summit to the valley. 27 miles and no pedalling was cool. Apparently they stopped that activity in 2007...too many fatalities. That guy on the scooter looks like a dead man riding!
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    6 Days Ago
    That's what I told Alex...I am 64, never had a saw seize up. Might be time to have something new happen.:D
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    Here is one years ago when Alex and I used a porty on his Bronco to belay a broken limb:
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    6 Days Ago
    Glad for the confirmations. Thanks.
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    1 Week Ago
    In other words, drive it like I stole it!!! (I still like Brian's way to cool the sawyer...errrr, I mean, saw :D)
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    1 Week Ago
    hahha...what an awesome idea. I LOVE that. I HATE cutting stumps. That might just make it bearable. Thanks. Here are some picts from the job:
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    1 Week Ago
    Thanks for the prodding on the pictures. The shop manager is a good friend of Alex...he just sent us pictures. Now that I see the damage we are just going to get them to fix the trigger assy and put it back together. And run it as is. Thanks for chiming in, guys...good advice.
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    1 Week Ago
    I was so disgusted I didn't take any pictures. I'll see if Alex can get some when he goes back by the shop. I know they can help. Thanks for the input so far. My instinct is to run it and see what happens.
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    1 Week Ago
    Alex and I did a job last week...removed a 60' sourwood for a fellow...got a line drop by the power company, bombed most of it and got it all down...then Alex told the owner he could call the power company to re-attach the line. Then the owner did an add-on asked us to take down a maple near the house...took a bit of rigging on a leaning lead then only had the other 50 foot lead to drop. As I got set up in the last lead I heard the power company truck enter the neighborhood. The top was ready to throw in the precise area where the line was fixing to get raised up again. I checked ropes, tie-in, noted Alex had a good pull on the top and made my backcut. Top went where I wanted it...except as it fell I then saw the 650 on the first stump we had left to cut. We had not had time to completely clean all the other tree debris so the DZ was a bit cluttered. In all the rush to throw that top before the power company started their work the 650 got left in the DZ. It's a pretty bad feeling to see a top headed towards the DZ and then realize the DZ isn't clear. So...there's my confession. Both of us missed it. Now, here's the question: Alex took the saw to our Ace Stihl dealer. The damage didn't look too bad. A cracked plastic case and the trigger assembly broken was all we could see...we thought we may have gotten lucky (I saw the bar flex badly when the saw got hit...the dealer said the bar is fine, straight as can be...I guess they have a "memory" and can flex and then go back straight again). Dealer says the saw needs a new cylinder...that 3 of the cooling fins are broken and if we run it like it is that it may overheat. The repair will be $560....$270 of that is the cylinder/piston assembly. Alex looked online and found cylinder/piston assembly starting at $70 on ebay and $120 at Bailey's. So....I am wondering if I need to get one of our TreeHouse saw gurus to rebuild this saw for me...or just run it with broken fins...if it does seize up I could get it rebuilt then. Or is this a good time to get it modded? We don't use it often..usually just to cut a big stump or for final felling of a large spar. I am open to suggestions.
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