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  1. john p

    Work suddenly went quiet

    It dropped off a few weeks back, but just got really busy again now, reckon all the clients just want to see the ms500 in action....
  2. john p

    Echo 2511 woes?

    Clean the gauze on the oil pick up in the tank, same thing happened to mine.
  3. john p

    Ported Echo 2511.

    Yeah, I’ve done 2 exhaust on mine, but they’re only £8ish so no biggie
  4. john p

    Ported Echo 2511.

    I’ve drilled an 8 mm hole in my exhaust, has really opened it up, 8 months on no issues
  5. Lift pump might be on way out,(mine was similar when it went). Get a compressor and blow back through the fuel lines to the tank as well.
  6. john p

    What saws you got ?

    Oh, and an echo pole saw. That never leaves the shed....
  7. john p

    What saws you got ?

    2511, 201, 241, 362, 461, 661.
  8. john p

    ART Ropeguide Spares

    Gustharts have all the parts, ordered a trapeze for mine it arrived next day. Great service
  9. john p

    the 'todays job' thread

    Don, quality fence avoidance there mate!
  10. john p

    Lovely lime

    Where abouts was that? I lived round Chichester till I was 18 ish.
  11. john p

    Echo 2511TES, help!

    Could well be a 3mm ball of crap that’s accumulated rattling about in the handle, I’ve seen them before.....
  12. john p

    Echo 2511TES, help!

    Much as I love mine, the plastics and niggly little bits are really rubbish!
  13. john p

    New Business Minimum Requirements

    2 years ago I’d have said don’t bother, but reckon next 10 years could well be a gold rush (albeit in unfortunate circumstances) with Ash die back. Get your foot in the door now with a decent presence and kit and it might just work....
  14. john p

    Do these trees need to come down?

    As said, if that were mine I’d be loath to lose them, they really ‘fit’ where they are. I’d go with the above advice of plant 2 more and see what happens in 10 years.
  15. john p

    Ms362c being a right pita

    Will be the solenoid. 100%. Mines been fine for 18months with a new one

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