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    I love my 355T.
    Thinking about selling my MS193T to buy another.

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    Nice work kenny.You scared the fencemy only complaint with the echoes
    Are that the chain brakes are a little stiff.

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    I did not liked my 193, i wrecked it a few years back.
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    I cracked my brake chain a couple of days ago, zip lining the echo for refuel , it hit the ground hard and cracked a section of the brake bar, making a bit difficult to unlock. Need to replace soon.
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    I like my 355t. I think it has a faster cutting speed than my 192t.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny Sanchez View Post
    I cracked my brake chain a couple of days ago, zip lining the echo for refuel , it hit the ground hard and cracked a section of the brake bar, making a bit difficult to unlock. Need to replace soon.
    If your groundie shakes the line, it causes the load to come down slower.
    If it looks like I asked a question, but put a period, it's probably a question.
    Don't know why I'm question-mark challenged online. 😀 New Year's Resolution, better proof reading.

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    Stubs are dangerous and should be cut flush.

    One flipline is great as long as nothing goes wrong. If something goes wrong, one flipline isn't great.
    If it looks like I asked a question, but put a period, it's probably a question.
    Don't know why I'm question-mark challenged online. 😀 New Year's Resolution, better proof reading.

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    But if you could stop as soon as you felt the metal, I bet it wouldn't have cut through.

    Most of us woulda felt that and stopped cutting.

    That fellow was actually cutting the line.

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