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case mx270

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  1. We got alot of poplar trees which we are interested in finding a market for, any ideas? The average size of tree would be 18 " across and very tall ,there is a few acres of these trees which need thinning out. Thanks for any advice Ian
  2. I ve bought one which has been rebuilt I love it fantastic piece of kit
  3. case mx270

    Help again

    I ve got a chain which I ordered last year and never used till yesterday which is 4 drive links to long but everyone round here won't shorten it for me any takers or should I just sell it on fleabay ? Thanks
  4. How did I tell the age ? It says Husqvarna 365 s/n 2013 but near the bottom its got e*97and then underneath *2002/88 thanks
  5. Thanks for replies I m just interested in what the saw would comfortably do I ve just got a 365 xt to run along side my 357 xp which I love ,I don't really earn a living from these saws but enjoy doing a lot of fire wood and I m not interested with the saws that have a lot of electronic wizardry on so I beginning to like my 357 xp and hopefully my 365 as well
  6. Interesting what bar can you run them on ?
  7. Thanks so In say hardwood would it handle a 24 " bar without killing it ?
  8. Thanks for replies up to what size bar would it be happy to handle ? You say its a derated if so is it 70 cc ? Because I thought a 372 is 70 cc ? Thanks
  9. When did they start making the x torque model and what cc are they ?
  10. I m afraid corn grown in USA with GM technology and wheat grown in Europe are so far apart reliant on Round up yes there maybe better ways in an ideal world but farmers battle with the biggest factor which we carnt control the weather widescale organic farming is idealistic and fairy land stuff in the real world farmers need all the help they can get its not about profit or loss its abouy dealing with real issues that come along in the real world that prevent a crop coming to harvest . We have organic farmers around here growing crops but with grreat difficulties yes organic livestock production is more possible but cropping is a different ball game
  11. Doesn't offer any insight these reports are all written by the same guys with another agenda there is nothing new there
  12. My point being there is bigger risk from everyday products than Round up ,if you drank enough even coffee can kill you its a carcinogenic

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