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  1. Saw these out on site the other day. Can't see the size from the photo but they were massive.
  2. Thanks to everyone who gave me helpful advice.
  3. i did a search on here first and didnt find all the answers i wanted, i also didnt know if the saw had different makes of carbs fitted at any point which would have been an option for a replacement,
  4. cheers, its seems to be the problem described on other posts on here
  5. Hello all, I was wondering what is the best replacement carb for a '09 ms200t. Any thoughts, opinions or experience welcome, cheers.
  6. shed_73

    MS441 or MS460?

    I've used both saws and own a 460 great saw.
  7. 25-10-11, 09:12 PM * #1 (permalink)


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    Join Date: Jun 2010

    Location: Donisthorpe Derbyshire - The Heart of The National Forest

    Posts: 242

    PTS work Coventry

    Im after teams of 3 climbers for railwork around Coventry and Brum for next 10 weeks (could lead to full time position) PTS training given but would prefer trained operatives PM for further details


  8. You will get a thump my friend, right in the neck!!!!!

  9. You should be in bed at half 12 at night, not sat up on computer playing with yorself, lol!

  10. Dont know yet just got asked if I fancied it first, I have asked for more details but had none yet. Sounds like there's plenty of work though so depending on the details it could be a good opportunity/experience.
  11. Hello everyone, details are vague at the mo but I've been offered some utility work over in northern Ireland and I just wondered if anyone on here has had any experiences they'd like to share about subbing over there. Cheers Paul.
  12. Hello Graham, Do you know where the sales take place?


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