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all learning is good. Understanding the history of the top handled saw will give you an appreciation of it's refinement, this in turn will make you feel more privileged holding its sleek black handle. With this new found excitement, you will go forth and scratch it up with the best of em. Publish here when done please.

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all learning is good. Understanding the history of the top handled saw will give you an appreciation of it's refinement, this in turn will make you feel more privileged holding its sleek black handle. With this new found excitement, you will go forth and scratch it up with the best of em.

 

Couldn't have put it better myself. And I wrote the assignment!

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...and on the 8th day God* created the 020T and all the climbers in the land saw that it was good and they swore an oath to never buy Husquvarna again.

The End.

 

 

*God being Andreas Stihl since we all know that God doesnt really exist(ooops thread derail on the way sry Steve :blushing:)

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quick hide, wooly has caught us cheating and asking questions on arbtalk. all the best assignments have there answers right here.

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quick hide, wooly has caught us cheating and asking questions on arbtalk. all the best assignments have there answers right here.

 

dont wory will ive copied all the info from this thread, theyl never stop us, lol:001_tongue:

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...and on the 8th day God* created the 020T and all the climbers in the land saw that it was good and they swore an oath to never buy Husquvarna again.

The End.

 

 

*God being Andreas Stihl since we all know that God doesnt really exist(ooops thread derail on the way sry Steve :blushing:)

 

on the 8th day god was sick, so mrs god had a go and invented a girls saw.:001_tongue:

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Touché

 

they have there place, i dont think they are for the novice tree climber though. it is too easy not to get into position and do some swiping. i found they gave me tennis elbow and a sore back. but that is a different can of worms mate. good luck with the assignment. :001_smile:

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all learning is good. Understanding the history of the top handled saw will give you an appreciation of it's refinement, this in turn will make you feel more privileged holding its sleek black handle. With this new found excitement, you will go forth and scratch it up with the best of em. Publish here when done please.

 

no doubt m8 ile show you what i came up with but please dont laugh at it, i dont think i could take that kind of rejection:sad:

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You must include the McCulloch Power Mac6A the Worlds 1st [are you watching mr stihl] 6lb weight top handle chainsaw. It was light, powerful and many a tree surgeon learnt their trade in the 70's with one of these.

Pete Simmonds of Simmonds Saws in Petworth has a couple in working order.

 

Note MS200T today is 3.6kg without fuel, guide bar and chain thats 7.92lb plus what you can't do without. Now have we developed that far ?

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