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  1. Just got a 550 XPG II. Haven't used a 550 for 3 years. Is the gap between the clutch cover and main body normal? Photos show with and without Sugi bar. Gap just doesn't look quite right. Also, what's the current advice for running a new auto-tune in?
  2. Off topic slightly, but interestingly surgeon in french is chirurgien. Good luck on your job hunt
  3. Thanks David. Any chance the tree could recover next year? It is part of a mature ash avenue and this tree leans towards a nice old building. Will try to get a slice of the fruiting body.
  4. Recently emerged following a lot of rain after a drought summer here in SW France. And in the words of the Mamas & Papas "all the leaves are brown".
  5. Hi Just wanting to hear from any arborists/firms working/employing in Scandinavia this winter. Any tips or job opportunities really appreciated. I'm based in France and miss the snow (not constant sideways 2°C Scottish sleet). I'll be in Stockholm for new year and would like to stay on for a bit - freelancing etc. +12 years arb experience in 4 countries. Cheers Finn
  6. Mind it needs a different sprocket. I like this bar and chain on the 2511 so thought I'd try on the husky
  7. Holes looked pretty smashed up - looks like a 12—sided imperial allen has been used in the past 🤔. Failing that, my local garage can have a crack with their welder..
  8. Anyone know what the hex size is for these bolts? Order sheet said Lopro 1 3/4" (GM-LP-134). Guess they are American not metric? Also any useful tips on replacing pockets would be useful. Cheers


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