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lewiswood

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About lewiswood

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    Senior Member, Raffle Sponsor 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
  • Birthday 04/05/1989

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  • Location:
    Mere, Wiltshire
  • Interests
    Drumming, Producing music, Hunting, Walking, Shooting, Fishing, Chansaws!!!!1
  • Occupation
    Self Employed, Cutting, Logging, Dragging, Chipping and learning
  • City
    Warminster

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  1. I’m looking to replace my Sena unit which is no longer charging and I’m looking at the X-com ear defenders as a possible replacement. I don’t often use the intercom on the sena but when I did it was very useful. I was just wondering if the X-coms can connect to other intercoms, or should I just bugged the expense and get another sena?
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    ArbDogs? Pics!

    My new arb pup. Patterdale x Lakeland.
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    What's on your bench today?

    I am very tempted to do just that.
  4. lewiswood

    What's on your bench today?

    Alright chaps. I’ve got a 576xp auto tune which is running on. I’m not sure what the problem. It’s seems to be fine when started from cold but as soon as you make a few cuts it seems to start running on a bit. Not stupidly fast but enough to be annoying and dangerous.
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    wanted AEC matador

    I may know of one in Dorset. In need of restoration.
  6. lewiswood

    What's on your bench today?

    I didn’t initial but I did check that when I put it all back together and it wouldn’t start right. I have head of this being an issue sometimes.
  7. lewiswood

    What's on your bench today?

    Thanks. Taking the exhaust off is my next port of call.
  8. lewiswood

    What's on your bench today?

    I took all the running gear off. Clutch, bearing, sprocket etc and still the same
  9. lewiswood

    What's on your bench today?

    Any one got any bright ideas for me.... I’ve got a 560. Chain was running on and stalling when I applied the chain brake. My initial thought was clutch which I changed. Since I’ve done that I can’t really start the saw unless I hold the throttle in. And then it dies when I release the throttle then won’t start again at all. It made no difference when I removed all the running gear. TIA
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    Rate My Hinge.

    Yeah I always try and chase the hinge off if safe to do so.
  11. lewiswood

    Rate My Hinge.

    Yeah I’d had a few split today. Not much of a problem when they are small but this one was a bit bigger so stuck the letter box in. I do for most Ash of any size now.
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    Rate My Hinge.

  13. lewiswood

    Oregon Tool Belt, Harness and Holster Pouches

    I like the look of the belt without all the rubbish. Any one know if it’s available on its own. I use a single pouch with log tongs and tape. And occasionally an ochsenkopf wedge pouch which comfortably holds three or four plastic wedges.
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    Any air rifle gurus out there

    How much?
  15. lewiswood

    362cm vs 562

    Would anyone be happy running a 20" bar on a 562, I'm considering one or maybe I should wait for a 572, although I have heard that they are blowing crank seals.

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