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About Stubby

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  • Birthday 20/01/1953

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  1. See thread titled Ineos grenadier posted by scbk for opinions .
  2. I think I have had stuff from him in the past . You will most likely get clobbered for import duty and a customs " handling " charge .
  3. Oh thanks Andrew but that saw is long gone bud . 560 is in its place now .
  4. Stubby

    Ineos Grenadier

    Is that the one that looks like a collapsed green house ? If money was no object I would have the Rivion .
  5. Think it must have been the Green grocer or maybe the local hair dresser .
  6. Just googled an image . Looks good . Oval privet looks similar though .
  7. You know better than me . It was only a guess ☺️
  8. The " oval leaved " Privet hedge gave me the clue ☺️
  9. I'm going with Privet Hawk Moth . ☺️
  10. Looks very tidy from the outside . I remember when they put that embossed XP on the top cover . I was very envious as mine was pre that ! ☺️
  11. When you paid for the collection did it not ask what the item was ? If it did and you told them what it was they should have refused you there and then . ( I noticed that saw on the bay as I used to have one . Like a 372 but small mount and .325 running gear ) .
  12. It wont increase the torque . The torque is the torque . The bolt may go round a 1/4 turn more coz its lubed but the torque will be what your wrench is set at .
  13. If you look at the old one next to the new one do the cutters look a similar height and is it the same pitch ( the old one will have stretched a tad ) ?
  14. I'm in West Sussex I will give it a go from here with a .308 . Give it enough lift might get there 😁


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