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About Stubby

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    Senior Member, Raffle Sponsor 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
  • Birthday 20/01/1953

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    South Downs National Park .
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  1. Mine runs out Eggs mate , next month . Got the reminder here . My passport has expired ( thought no point renewing coz of all the trave restrictions ) Luckily we have a " participating " post office that will take your picture and do it on the spot . Least that's how I read it on the form .
  2. Well yes . A dull chain is a dull chain whatever cutter type . Semi is supposed to take damage a bit better that full . However all my saws have full because I feel it cuts faster . Just keep them out of the dirt . I wrongly assumed the capacity of a 135 . Sorry . Its not a pro saw though ....
  3. Exactly . There there is no creosote in wood . As above that comes from burning wet/unseasoned wood and deposits in your flu . People pay top dollar for " fat wood " kindling coz it has all the resin in it .
  4. I tried Norton and found it slowed my pc down , like it was swimming through treacle . I use Kaspersky now .
  5. I would just ignore it if its for your own use .
  6. Part of the reason you struggle with " the lower trunk " is its a 35cc " home owner saw " . Keeping it sharp and taking down the rakers every third sharpen will help . Keeping it out of the dirt will help . A bigger saw will help !
  7. MI5 know when I go into the Co op ! . ๐Ÿ˜
  8. Stubby

    Fly Tipping

    Could be but stacked a bit neat for road kill . just avoiding the knacker mans fees .
  9. Its not difficult to swap over but making sure you have the right one will be the thing with aftermarket stuff . Some may look the same but have different advance or rev limit etc etc .
  10. Once its up to temp it should not make that sound . Mine hardly does it at all even when warming up . What make is it ?


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