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5 hours ago, Ty Korrigan said:

With the 500i being able to run 50cm to 90cm who needs anything else other than an Echo 2511 

 I'm a 2 saw business these days!


You selling the ported 441 then??

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1 hour ago, spudulike said:

You selling the ported 441 then??

It was fun whilst it lasted.

The trigger fell apart, exhaust has fissured, new Sugi bar destroyed hitting metal and lacks an antivibe which I cannot get to stay in place.

 It is currently with a man who has a huge list of 'round-to-it's'


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