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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by South Florida Lawns, Dec 25, 2005.
Yeah was not expecting this today.
Already cut ups some firewood.
I know the chain needs tension, so don't bother telling me that.
After cutting some firewood.
Nice saw, I wish mine were that shiny.....
Here's my two-
Stihl 034av and Jonsered 49sp
Both really old, but still going. That Farm Boss is a great saw. Congrats.
Is that an 031 or an 029. I've got the 031 nad they are both great saws. Mine is a 20" bar & it will cut through some wood. I love all my Stihl equipment. I also have an 017 with a 14" bar and they both had the same problem with a dry rotted fuel line on at the same time. They are not that hard to change. I asked the mechanic at the shop did they have a lot of problems with the fuel line and he said that Stihl had a bad run of fuel lines for a while but the replacement lines don't have any problems with them. Maybe you wont have any problems with yours.
wanna sell that go kart
Man uve got an awesome girlfriend, im looking at geting into go kart racing...
Its 4 sale.
Wanna buy it?
Thats a nice homeowners saw, for the occasional fire wood. But whats the need for the artic verison? (artic meaning heated handles)
You best not be bashing my saw now.....
And its a "mid range" for all of us (thats me) that use a chainsaw every now and then.