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Sean Cunningham

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  1. was going to run the 7ft bar with the 888. take the vertical bars off the 4ft rig and screw them onto 4 8ft 2 by 4s on a plywood bed. see no need to buy extension bars> have included a photo of the 4ft bar on wood jig. i think it works better than the bars. its a wider base for a start. with the 4ft low pro bar, its slots too narrow for the 888 think its 12mm and the 888 is 14mm i could machine the slot to fit the 888 as im unlikely to run the 4ft bar with the 441 now i have the 888
  2. Hi i have been using a MS441 on a 4 ft bar for milling but have now got a 7ft bar and bought a G888 a clone of the MS880 it looks sounds ok though the casing is sharp sliced my hand o it starting it so sandpapered it smooth> cant really run it through any timber as the 7ft bar is mental without a mill. before slabbing should i just let it idle through a tank of fuel? also theres talk of bearing changes on the ms661 clone they do, anyone thinks its worth preempting trouble here? its a cheap saw, 475pounds and somehow came through customs unscathed in two weeks from china. almost a third of the price of a ms881 thanks sean


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