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Nope, not at all :biggrin:

 

 

 

It's just my way of getting some petty vengeance points after being rounded on by the Husky Varners when my Steeihl was not performing. :laugh1:

 

 

 

Edited to add, it was the OIL, not the SAW that was being a biaartch. :thumbup:

 

 

Give it up mate. A bolt coming loose on someone's saw doesn't make yours any less crap :biggrin:

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:confused1: strange that.

 

 

You don't have to do that on Stihl.

 

Or Dolmar

 

Or Echo

 

Or Makita

 

Or Solo. :001_rolleyes:

 

 

Stihl: electrics, clutches, av mounts, oil pumps, carbs, fuel systems and air filters...

 

Makita and dolmar are the same company... They have their problems, I just can't be arsed to trawl arboristsite to find them.

 

Echos definitely have faults, once again, as I don't generally work on them, I'm not trawling AS to find the common faults.

 

And I think about 3-5 people use solo on here, so cross-referencing is the only option again.

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Sounds like saws at dawn again, bring forth the cord of Poplar, looks like it is cookie time......best of three cuts Husky V Stihl:thumbup:

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Sounds like saws at dawn again, bring forth the cord of Poplar, looks like it is cookie time......best of three cuts Husky V Stihl:thumbup:

 

 

Haha I have a good feeling about this.

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It'll never get boring to make a teeny weeny tongue in cheek comment about the 'superiority' of Husqvarna saws and watch the frothy-mouthed 'defenders of the realm' scrabble forward to their keyboards in outraged defence of their shiny orange scalpels.

 

It's all fun & games when the boot's on the other foot however.

 

Funny that! :thumbup1:

 

Play nice kids! Lol.

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It'll never get boring to make a teeny weeny tongue in cheek comment about the 'superiority' of Husqvarna saws and watch the frothy-mouthed 'defenders of the realm' scrabble forward to their keyboards in outraged defence of their shiny orange scalpels.

 

It's all fun & games when the boot's on the other foot however.

 

Funny that! :thumbup1:

 

Play nice kids! Lol.

 

Being a gent, I will accept your apology:shakehands:

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Apology accepted. :001_smile:

 

That is correct, your apology has been accepted......this could be a long evening:001_rolleyes::lol:

 

Just laugh at life:thumbup:

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That is correct, your apology has been accepted......this could be a long evening:001_rolleyes::lol:

 

Just laugh at life:thumbup:

 

:lol::biggrin::lol::biggrin::lol::biggrin::lol:::biggrin::lol:

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