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Mick Dempsey

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What will happen if I put a 12" bar and chain on a ported ms880?

 

You will travel back in time 30 years and resist your own mothers amorous advances.

 

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What's the best Silky ?

 

You need an 88 with a 5 foot Sugi bar :001_cool:

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Can I use this 11mm rope on a zigzag?

 

Are there any other nut bars out there who go against the recommendation on a device that already has a shaky history

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I love approaching a job in a friendly and relaxed manner whilst having ample breaks and being nice to my staff.

Grrr,i just want to smash the job grab the money whilst beasting my hateful lazy team who i want to run to the chipper whilst not drinking tea,yahhhh.

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