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Cheers Al, sounds good. Do you have the Stihl bar on it? Have you used an ms150? If so, how do you think they compare?

 

 

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I've had the Stihl bar and chain and that transformed the saw. Then I got the Sugihara bar & chain from Rob D which is at least as good, possibly better than the Stihl. (So long as you sharpen it before use, oddly).

 

One of my staff has a 150 and every one of us prefer the Echo because it's lighter, cuts faster, better ergonomics & better quality.

 

 

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Has anybody got the Orange gb bar on theirs?

 

 

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I've got one but haven't put it on as it clashes with my boots.

 

 

It clashes with my pants, but I like to be different :)

 

Got my saw the other day and got the gb bar from rob for its first use. They're little rippers aren't they, well impressed, and I presume it'll get even better once it's had a few tanks through it?

 

 

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It clashes with my pants, but I like to be different :)

 

Got my saw the other day and got the gb bar from rob for its first use. They're little rippers aren't they, well impressed, and I presume it'll get even better once it's had a few tanks through it?

 

 

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Nah it's lively from the off

 

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Mine was great out the box, but a pig to start.

Much better now I've adjusted the H & L with Amazon D-shaped carb tool.

Still prefers it with the chain brake off, like.

 

 

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I've read a few have had to adjust carb after a wee while. Mine starts great so far, so hope it stays that way. It's nice that the strop loop is big enough to hang on the carrytool one handed

 

 

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