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Hi all,

 

I hope that this doesn't contravene any forum rules, but I just wanted to let you know of my website dealing with chainsaw maintenance (other subjects to follow, but I've got plenty to get on with just with this subject!).

 

The site http://drivelink.blogspot.com is particularly aimed at inexperienced users, students and those going for their CS30 assessments.

 

Should you get a chance, please check it out, comments (good / bad) are welcome. For my part, I work at Sparsholt College teaching around 175 people a year on the forestry / arboricultural short courses.

 

Thank you,

David Vickers.

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I hope that this doesn't contravene any forum rules

 

welcome to the forum....no problem with the link...good useful info for the members is always welcome...perhaps a reciprocal link would be nice??

 

pass on my regards to Mark

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welcome to the forum....no problem with the link...good useful info for the members is always welcome...perhaps a reciprocal link would be nice??

 

pass on my regards to Mark

 

I'll see Mark tomorrow and send him your regards.

 

Cheers,

David.

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I'll definately be interested in learning how to properly lean out the motor..

 

I always had my employer do it for me- and I never really watched closely enough to feel comfortable doing it solo.

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