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    Veteran Member buck12's Avatar
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    I finally made a mount my for my chainsaw. I removed the handle on the right fender and reused the holes. I have been trying to decide on a suitable location for a while. I think this will work well. Not as pretty as some that have been posted but it beats carrying it in the bucket.
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    Nice job Buck. I like it.
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    Nice job. Nice saw too!

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    Thanks. Now to find a way to mound a gun.

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    Yup, looks pretty safe up there.

    Every time I put a tool in the bucket I forget it's there and end up scooping up some debris and dumping it with the tools in there.

    It's not a good feeling when you see your good stuff being dumped out of the bucket into the scrap heap

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    Quote Originally Posted by JB4310
    Yup, looks pretty safe up there.

    Every time I put a tool in the bucket I forget it's there and end up scooping up some debris and dumping it with the tools in there.

    It's not a good feeling when you see your good stuff being dumped out of the bucket into the scrap heap

    JB
    I have dumped my chainsaw more than once.

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