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To mark the opening of Spuds (Steves) new business in January 2016, he is offering £50 towards the service or porting/tuning of any chainsaw. This offer is transferable so if you have no need of it, there are probably many others who will.

Spuds Workshop offers a professional independent servicing and tuning service based in North Hertfordshire. Machines can be sent in via courier from anywhere in Europe or delivered personally and he offers cost effective and reliable repairs/refurbishment of faulty machines. The customer is kept up to date with regular texts on repairs and always asked if expensive parts are required before repair so you have no surprises.

He is one of the few UK chainsaw porting and tuning experts as can be seen from his Arbtalk “Spuds Porting Thread”.

If you still need any reassurances, just check his “What’s on your Bench” thread!

 

Their contribution to this years raffle is £50 of servicing/repair/porting

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He knows whats what and some ! The go to man for me all day long .

 

Thanks Andy, looks like I will be busy next year, all looking good so far, business cards and service stickers on order so no stopping me now:thumbup:

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Thanks Andy, looks like I will be busy next year, all looking good so far, business cards and service stickers on order so no stopping me now:thumbup:

 

Its got success written all over it Steve . No danger matey :001_smile:

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I dropped my sass off last week and felt absolutely great that it was in the right hands :) already diagnosed some of its issues and as said he keeps you informed with all options.

 

Best of luck for the future Steve :)

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I dropped my sass off last week and felt absolutely great that it was in the right hands :) already diagnosed some of its issues and as said he keeps you informed with all options.

 

Best of luck for the future Steve :)

 

Thanks David, your saw has a few faults but have got most of them boxed off. Glad you ran it in as it has a big air leak but have seals on their way and will sort the oil worm drive whilst I am at it:thumbup:

 

The compression is looking pretty damn good now and the new piston has allowed a fair bit of porting to be done:thumbup:

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See you tomorrow Steve.

 

I won't have any money on me but I am planning on winning your voucher in the raffle.

 

50 quid to port and rebuild the 660 - bargain ;)

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