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guess we had a un-planded gtg for augest, Bud, Jr, and Shaun came down to help get the road, and stream cleared. the pics of before are in the b/s thread, here's some of the work in progress
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Looks like you guys were busy.

Charlie, is that a MS290 Stihl that you are running? That is what I have with a 20" bar.
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the way the wind came through here was just like nothing I've ever seen. here's some more pics Janet is our operator for theday
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Charlie, is that a MS290 Stihl that you are running? That is what I have with a 20" bar.
yeah, 2 years ago, got tired of repairing the pulin pro 306, thy diddn't name them pullin for a reason other than thats all you seam to do. love the new saw, was worth every penny
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and some more to show how hard everyone worked, this is the pile we moved today, and what it looks like now. we only moved cut logs, and then only the ones we could get too. still moer, but we got the stream cleared out, and stoped while we could still move.
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I had a Poulan Wild Thing that I replaced my MS290 with. The Poulan I had never had any issues with. In 2007 is cutting up fire wood. it had been running fine, then the next weekend I went to start it, it did not want to start. I noticed that the trigger interlock was not working. Took it to a shop and they tried to tell me that it needed a new carb, fuel line, filter along with the handle due to varnish in the system whicjh was bull. They sold Huskavarnah which I did not like at all. Got my Stihl and as you stated, pricey but worth every penny!!!!!
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Yeah, know what you mean, we broke 3 saws while doing the job Bud's mculla, my pulin wild thing, and jr's husky. sucks that they sit so long, and deteriorate without use.
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They ain't really BROKE, Charlie....just need a little TLC!
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Yeah, know what you mean, we broke 3 saws while doing the job Bud's mculla, my pulin wild thing, and jr's husky. sucks that they sit so long, and deteriorate without use.
hey that husky was cutting good till I fiddled with the carb adjustment-all my saws need a little TLC -that they haven't been getting lately -that is going to have to change very soon!
and as soon as I can get time Buds should be back up and running then I'll start on your poulan -uh well Janets poulan
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They ain't really BROKE, Charlie....just need a little TLC!
you tell him Bud-i can fix em actually your's is not really broke just that crappy fuel line gave up -been seeing it a lot lately with this new gas-on alot of small motors-that and the carbs
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Oh yeah!!! I completely forgot about that dang new gas!! Yeah, that sure would have done it!
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hey that husky was cutting good till I fiddled with the carb adjustment-all my saws need a little TLC -that they haven't been getting lately -that is going to have to change very soon!
and as soon as I can get time Buds should be back up and running then I'll start on your poulan -uh well Janets poulan
pulin is hers, the sthl, and the mculagh are mine. yup new gas is terrable, think that's what's going on with the carb in the 86 too
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pulin is hers, the sthl, and the mculagh are mine. yup new gas is terrable, think that's what's going on with the carb in the 86 too
well I bet if she was on this site she would correct ya on that too
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