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  1. My cheap Chinese chainsaw experience I have noticed that even though everyone, has seen or heard of the cheap Ebay/Amozon chainsaws, there are suprisingly few reviews of the things on here. So I figured I would give my take on china's finest. I will start by explaining, how i got into a situation in which I needed to buy something with such...... questionable reliability. It all started when some dumb f*ck delivery driver, "left my package with a neighbor" that package being a nice reconditioned Jonsereds 80. To make a long story short he just left it on my driveway, and inevitably got nicked. Needing a chainsaw desperately to finish felling, some 32" ash on a neighbors property, I go on to eBay and order the "beast", and well this is my experience with the saw. It started well out of the box, and felled and bucked 2 32" ash trees with (about 2 cords of firewood). But after that initial victory it started to run into issues, First the chain ,that came with the saw, snapped in two and few of into the brush. Then a couple days later the pull starter assembly broke. I contacted the company that sold me the saw (SGS engineering), who sent me out a new pull starter and chain. I fitted the pull starter and threw the chain in the bin, so I could fit a better/safer Oregon chain. After about a month of using it most weekends and cutting, a further 3 cords of firewood (hardwood between 10" and 25"). After which point I replaced the stock bar and gave it a new Oregon chain. A week after this point the Anti vibration/felling handle got bent, but it was easy to bend back into shape and has cause no further problems. So scores on the doors Customer service: 10/10 great customer service, sent spare parts with little hassle Quality: 7/10 Ok, but probably not great for anything more than homeowner use. Safety: 4/10 Not that good, previously mentioned flying chain and the chain break is off low quality. So overall I would probably not recommend to anyone cutting more than a cord or 2 of wood a year, and I would definitely recommend replacing the chain if you go with this saw. Full specs and pic of saw on Ebay page 58cc 20" Petrol Chainsaw: 2x Saw Chains & Carry Case. Easy Start, NGK Spark Plug | eBay
  2. Hey guys, as far as I'm aware, the Super Sexy chain oil from Northern Arb supplies is the best value for a 25l bottle (I don't want any more than that!), but I was wondering if anybody on here knew of anywhere cheaper to get chain oil?
  3. Hi All, Timberwolf TW150DHB tipper truck and Groundie/Climber hire available. Mega eye bleeding low rates as I'm a new business and I'm building my books up. I myself am a competent climber or groundie. I'vebeen in the trade for coming up to 7 years and worked for some of the big firms down here in the south and have solid experience. Contact me on 07981347747 or email treetwoone@hotmail.com
  4. 100s tons of Scots Pine 6-8ft length 4 sale Rhayader area, £15 ton roadside excluding vat. ONLY if Interested call Dave 07711454943
  5. Hi all, Found this a couple of days ago, its pretty cheap too.... Cheap Garden Equipment Lee

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