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Everything posted by shavey

  1. Yes Rob the 592 has definitely got the tsumara lite bar
  2. Nice tsumara lite Bar
  3. You won’t be disappointed
  4. It's a nice saw the 592 had a go with it this week felt awesome
  5. Didn't do anything to yours but taking the cat out always makes a tremendous difference and a richen up the outlet isn't far out
  6. I've never shaved a flywheel - guess that's up to you. but certainly worth getting the cat out. From memory once that's happened the outlet is plenty big enough No I've never done that on a standard saw but wes went the whole hog on my makita Including lightening the flywheel and porting And it's a fantastic runner

    • FOR SALE
    • NEW

    New unused STIHL rollomatic mini 14” bar and chain 1/4 1.1mm 72DL will fit small Echo saws as well there are a few marks from storage moved from here to there sale price £45 ONO


    - GB

  8. You got a choice of two good saws there and as @Stubby says the echo cs-590 timber wolf is a good saw I’ve had one of those as welll another one worth considering is the Makita ea-5600 a very reliable strong saw with excellent AV and cheap as well
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    That looks a decent peice of kit ive just supplied a Makita twin battery blower and I was surprised how quiet and powerful it was
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    Here’s a photo of a ea-7900 I had here and the colour is quite normal
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    Harvey my photo skills aren’t brilliant
  12. Sounds fantastic wood you ask yourself what Yandles would charge for that over at martock
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    Just had this one in today haven't put batteries to it yet but feels nice
  14. Yeah sorry been a bit up and down here I’ve decided to give up full time work and concentrate on having a easier lifestyle and spend more time at home I still haven’t had a conformation about price and availability there’s hardly any big red red ones around but later in the summer can invest in some red or blue whatever I available
  15. Here you are @Lowestoft Firewood @flawer @Stihl123 l
  16. shavey

    Old Axe

    A cheap quick fix is cohesive bandage or vetrap available from most farm equine shops i use it after ive made up or restored double and single bit axes for customers I wrap it on a few layers for protection and it’s a brilliant shock absorber too try them out before shipping , then I can cut it off with theee old pocket knife and ship them out
  17. shavey

    Stihl ms500i

    This item is SOLD

    • FOR SALE
    • NEW

    1 x stihl ms-500i fitted with 25” bar they've only been assembled never been run both saws came from a well known dealer the person that owned these saws there work has changed direction and these are surplus too requirements There was two saws one has sold the price is £750 + vat free delivery / shipping any questions please email


    Wrexham - GB

  18. I think @adw sent me these as I had a 254FG here which I sold to the USA
  19. Yeah they are a cracking saw it served you well they done a double eagle 80 as well but there quite rare
  20. Here’s a box full of work and a double eagle which was a nice saw
  21. Thanks stubby there ain’t many that do come on you quinns
  22. no I don’t believe it Steve have you still got your grass scorcher aka flame thrower


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