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Hi looking at some fuel cans will be for 2 stroke use would prefer clear or at least strip to see level.

5-6litre or 10? both have pros and cons! (How many litres would a 50cc use in 8hours?)

Not too fussed on chain oil type as mostly for brush cutters already have a combi can.But if combi can is a lot better could go with it.

What would want though is type that can use those cut off spouts as don't like those screw in flexy nozzles as always either end up with it flicking out or dribbling everywhere after!

 

Those Stihl single cans do there cut of nozzle fit?

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1 hour ago, Stere said:

Theese ones look good but pricey

 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Birchmeier-11851301-Rapidon-Petrol-White/dp/B0021TDYI8

 

Whats the weird saw blade cover for and the dunge0n master style belt?

 

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It's basically a depth stop. That's a firefighter's rescuse saw, for cutting through roofs and such for access and smoke ventilation.

 

The depth stop is adjustable so they don't put any more of the bar through than is needed.

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15 hours ago, Stere said:

Theese ones look good but pricey

 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Birchmeier-11851301-Rapidon-Petrol-White/dp/B0021TDYI8

 

Whats the weird saw blade cover for and the dunge0n master style belt?

 

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Hes a Feuerwehrmann from the German Feuerwehr.they have some serious proper kit!(Go check youtube for vids like on Autobahn crashes.VN24 is one)

Stihl's Fire rescue saw normally runs the Cobalt chain also cuts through Glassfibre and alloy for likes of over turned coaches/trains/and Trailers needing to get inside adjust guard to amount of depth needed

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16 hours ago, Rough Hewn said:

Get a standard stihl combi can and both spouts.
Not cheap but will work fir years.
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Opposite experience - my stihl spouts were only marginally better that the Husqvarna rubbish  :(  K

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1 hour ago, Khriss said:

Opposite experience - my stihl spouts were only marginally better that the Husqvarna rubbish  :(  K

most trading on there name light fingering the pockets of the unwary!!!🤨

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17 minutes ago, AngrySquirrel said:

most trading on there name light fingering the pockets of the unwary!!!🤨

Go fr that jerry one on amazon. Looks better.   K

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