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Old 05-21-2011, 08:34 AM
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Originally Posted by ed2hess View Post
Saddly I didn't plug tires because discount was doing it free. I realized one day when I had a flat on the Scag that it was a waste of time just plug the dam thing and drive on. I do sharpen blades but I just got a tool for sharpening chain saw blades. Now when I see a nail in a tire I plug it right on the trailer and add a little air. Taking stuff to shops takes tooo much time jsut do it myself, that is why I repair most of my stuff.
didnt mean to bust your chops too bad. once you learn how easy some things are is amazing to see the time savings which is your opportunity costs. I bought an oregon chain saw sharpen 10 years ago after waiting months for 5 chains that would only take "1 week" to sharpen. the time i waited was crazy not to mention the 4 trips i made trying to pick them up.
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