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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:

 

I always do mate, I was actually acknowledging your acceptance with a smile, I think you misconstrued it as belligerence lol.

 

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When I owned a 560 the exhaust bolts were constantly coming undone my work mates 560 was the same but with this 550 I have they seem to be fine maybe it's runs slightly hotter thus making the bolts expand and contract

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I always do mate, I was actually acknowledging your acceptance with a smile, I think you misconstrued it as belligerence lol.

 

:biggrin:

 

No, all one big happy family on here but there are a few funny buggers on here as well:lol:

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When I owned a 560 the exhaust bolts were constantly coming undone my work mates 560 was the same but with this 550 I have they seem to be fine maybe it's runs slightly hotter thus making the bolts expand and contract

 

 

Muffler outlet is the same size, so you might be quite correct there

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No, all one big happy family on here but there are a few funny buggers on here as well:lol:

 

 

Don't know who you mean. I've never had a problem with husky bolts :biggrin:

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Don't know who you mean. I've never had a problem with husky bolts :biggrin:

 

The only ones that I find come loose are the ones I forget to do up fully:blushing:

 

I blame limp wristed mechanics for loose nuts:lol:

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560 is a great saw, but the cracking AVs seem to shake the powerhead a fair bit instead of your body.

Consequently we find regularly tightening bolts during routine maintenance is a must.

Slacked off a bit and lost two off the exhaust, but one phone call to Skyland had them with us next day.

Cheers.

Credit to Royal Mail as well before you start Mick Dempsey!

 

 

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No problem although the postie can't take any credit this time as I hand delivered it myself, didn't the Mrs tell you?:confused1:

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