The 18” bar is in excellent shape as is the 16” and 20” ... I have 7 chains available ... As I have mentioned previously I no longer run this bar/chain combo ... If you wish to reach a mutually beneficial arrangement I’m all earsI'd be interested in the 18 if it isn't thrashed. I have that 026 that's wearing an EOL bar. Ideally, I'd switch the saw over to 3/8lp, but the bar seems like it'll be tricky without using an am bar and modding it. I could also go to 3/8, and all the materials are available, but I dunno how much I'd like it. The goal is to use my existing infrastructure of chains and files, but I might be too dogmatic in keeping everything consistent. It isn't a primary saw saw for me, so if I have to buy the occasional loop, it isn't a huge deal.
What’s the big deal anyway ? Guy buys a few cord of wood from me and pays cash , I take cash and buy new pair of logging boots ... Why complicate everything with credit cards when it don’t need to be ? I follow the KISS rule as in “keep it simple stupid” outskis !So you’re gonna be f’ed in the cashless society you keep telling us about.
What’s to hide anyway? We earn our money and pay our taxes. Who cares if they see I have been to a supermarket or gas station?
I don’t live in Norway nor am I subject to Norway’s laws or statutes ... good day sir !I guess that is perfectly fine if you declare it all. Otherwise, it is seen as a way to lower your perceived income and pay less taxes.
In Norway that would be seen as tax evasion and prosecutable with a jail sentence.
Correct you live in the US and according toWikipedia, the same laws apply.I don’t live in Norway nor am I subject to Norway’s laws or statutes ... good day sir !