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Mark Bolam

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I had an issue this week when my 560 suffered a snapped pin in the chain brake mechanism (it's on a spline which fits into the side casing).

Quick call to Mark and not only did he source the part, he explained how to remove the remains of the original, which was now flush with the inner casing and tighter than a virgin whose mother was a nun.

Part and a few other bits arrived pronto as ever and my favourite saw is ready to rock.

The problem is Skyland included 4 Husqvarna boiled sweets in with the deal, but I only have 3 kids.

If I eat the spare one will I become obese?

 

 

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Sod the kids. Eat the sweets yourself.

 

:thumbup1: think of the childrens teeth mark and to hell with getting fat

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Were they good? All the same flavour or different?

 

In the UK do you have those charity sweet boxes on the counter of shops? You're supposed to put the suggested donation in a slot and take a packet of sweets.

Edited by Haironyourchest

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They aren't sweets, they are two part epoxy that you squeeze to mix.....damn strong stuff......Doh!

 

Hope you have a good dentist:lol:

 

(Just joking!!!)

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