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    I tried it in pitch, dead wooding a Cedrus...

    I tried it in pitch, dead wooding a Cedrus atlantica, and it's definitively not a matter of a cleaning lazyness.
    The Akimbo absolutely hates the pitch, as Porbrick says in the instructions. It's the...
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    That doesn't bother me any more, since I have...

    That doesn't bother me any more, since I have mine:P ;)
    :love:
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    I don't know much about the limiter, but just...

    I don't know much about the limiter, but just stop the engine, adjust a little bit the screw, start again and listen the saw cutting.
    Beside that, she want more fuel to eat. She's hungry and...
  4. It's like the ms150T. Her problem is that the...

    It's like the ms150T. Her problem is that the case's seam in the middle of the front often touches the wood first and tends to swing the saw to the right. The bar doesn't agree of course and there's...
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    Yes, I agree completely on the principle and I...

    Yes, I agree completely on the principle and I have it often in mind.
    I don't like the spurs by them self, they're dangerous and can't be trusted (that's just me), but spurs and rope are more...
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    I don't trust my eye gauge, so it's the little...

    I don't trust my eye gauge, so it's the little guide. It's far more accurate.
    The first time I fill the rakers on a chain, I use the guide just one or two times to know what's needed and go with the...
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    I never took the time to learn it, so, it kicked...

    I never took the time to learn it, so, it kicked out time to time when I needed to keep it and every time it didn't let go the rope when I wanted... truly, that sucks.
    The small biner is one more...
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    I prefer a big bunch of leafy limbs than logs....

    I prefer a big bunch of leafy limbs than logs.
    That gives a real cushion but it's rarely practical. Either the limbs are already chipped ( you can't ask the crew to delay the clean up until the last...
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    Damn baby spruce just in the way ! I think that...

    Damn baby spruce just in the way !
    I think that he made a notch. During the first part (at 0'20"-0'25"), he looks very closely where he cut on the downside. Isn't it to insure that the both cuts of...
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    Barberchair you said? Look at this one :...

    Barberchair you said?
    Look at this one :
    <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/bPHV1uJxUNQ" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

    Very very close !
  11. Thread: New one

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    I guess that they surely did. But releasing the...

    I guess that they surely did. But releasing the "concept" thing in the public is a double edged blade. It's good for the fame, but the competition knows what you're doing, and the customers compare...
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    It's in my computer now, thanks a lot. I was...

    It's in my computer now, thanks a lot.
    I was very surprised when I saw the publishing year, I thought at a typo.
    For me, it was more around 17..-18.., in the golden age of the sail marine and in...
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    You can take it by the other way : what I loose...

    You can take it by the other way : what I loose if I save 100 $ on it?

    That could help to see the things by down grading the top, then it appears that the money could have a little less value than...
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    He should hold it by the back instead of by the...

    He should hold it by the back instead of by the front. I don't know if the rotator and the grapple can handle such a load, but at least they would take it in the right way, not forced upside down....
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    Sticky: As a matter of traction, I hauled a lot of sand...

    As a matter of traction, I hauled a lot of sand and gravel with my riding mower (the usual cheap one, 12 hp) and a garden trailer. That's OK for about 900 lbs (plus the trailer's weight of course),...
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    It's a stamped aluminum plate, so it's usually...

    It's a stamped aluminum plate, so it's usually pretty homogeneous. You don't find the casting defects like bubbles or foreign material inclusions. Both fractures are exactly at the same place, it's...
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    I would be very concerned to let him drive the...

    I would be very concerned to let him drive the Tree Mek !
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    Between the poplars, Lombardini is the most...

    Between the poplars, Lombardini is the most dangerous for me, no hinging at all, 2" limbs snaps with no notice. The other poplars are a little more sturdy, at least whose I met.
    Weeping willows are...
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    :goodjob:

    :goodjob:
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    With the spring, the trees are now in the fast...

    With the spring, the trees are now in the fast growing mode, that could shred the bark off the gin pole tree. An extra care should be taken to tie the line on it.
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    I don't like the foot pushing but what scared me...

    I don't like the foot pushing but what scared me is that he sat under the heavy lean of a hollowed/decayed trunk, cutting it !
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    Sticky: At least, you have a loader... You can grip the...

    At least, you have a loader...
    You can grip the very end of the log with the loader and alternate the ends as needed. That gives you roughly half the load to move, the ground, some logs or the...
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    You don't want a tiny lanyard for your pistol...

    You don't want a tiny lanyard for your pistol grip, but you aren't bothered dragging an air hose all around the tree ?!!!
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    Not to leash for me. At your wrist at least....

    Not to leash for me.
    At your wrist at least.
    But a tiny lanyard should be fine.
    Beyond the risk to drop the thing on the poor groundies, I would be more worried to not be easily able to put it...
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    I though on it during my breakfast. To be able to...

    I though on it during my breakfast. To be able to go down, maybe all you have to do is release the green bungees. Let the gravity works to put the springy strap on the downward position. If not, you...
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