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    Tires Re: Just found a large crack in the front tyre

    The dealer felt that it would be better to deal with Titan as they are also a dealer for Titian tyres.
    This tyre is up repairable, Regardless FEL any damage to the side wall would be a concern....
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    Tires Re: Just found a large crack in the front tyre

    yes I agree considering the age and the fact that the tractor is always under cover. The tractors still in the middle of the paddock, I've had to drop the wheel and tyre off to the dealer. I'll post...
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    Tires Re: Just found a large crack in the front tyre

    My first post states that I have an FEL. Spoke to the dealer, looks to them a structural problem with the tyre. Only problem is Titan sacked their rep and don't have anyone that can come and inspect...
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    Tires Re: Just found a large crack in the front tyre

    Nope tyre is flats as a tack!
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    Tires Re: Just found a large crack in the front tyre

    Tractor is never left out and the crack is on the inside wall. These are US made tyres.. Emailed the dealer to see what they can do I hope they are quick as the tractors stranded in the paddock.
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    Tires Just found a large crack in the front tyre

    Hi Guys,
    I've got a year and a half old Kioti DS3510 and found a 4+inch crack up the side wall all the way into the industrial block pattern tread. Now the tractor has only done 160 hours, but I do...
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    Re: Kioti DK40se hst - log splitter?

    I think you have made the right choice. stand alone is the way to go
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    Re: Kioti DK40se hst - log splitter?

    I think you have made the right choice. stand alone is the way to go
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    Tractor Sizing Re: Sizing plus price check

    [QUOTE=bfisherman11;4122378]I believe got a great quote today from the Kioti dealer. Good trade value plus new price for the DS3510. I think the CK30 actually costs more than the DS. I think I am ok...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: odd behavior of 3pt today...

    There is a nob just under the drivers seat, it adjust the lowering speed. If it's set too far it won't lower the 3pt. It's easy to knock and therefore stop the three point lowering check it out.
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    Re: I can't believe I did that!

    Thanks, a real reality check.
    I've bought a rubber wheel chock, never again will I do that!
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    Re: I can't believe I did that!

    I get what you are saying rmorey, a week ago I brought firewood up to the house with the bucket. I stopped in the drive to unload. Normally I always lower the bucket and the implements down to the...
  13. Re: Tow hitch off the 3 point linkage counter weight

    Ah I see, thanks. So if you have consider all of that, why would they sell 3pl tow hitches when you have a draw bar anyway. I can understand if you have a hitch on a box blade or something, who he's...
  14. Re: Tow hitch off the 3 point linkage counter weight

    Sorry to be a bit blonde but what do you mean chain it down?
  15. Re: Tow hitch off the 3 point linkage counter weight

    I agree Tony, I'll just tow off the draw bar. Just means I'll have to take off the counter weight.
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    Re: New Kioti Owner

    Congratulations, I've had my Kioti now for just over a year and it has been flawless. Enjoy!
  17. Re: Tow hitch off the 3 point linkage counter weight

    Thanks guys, I think I will er on the side of caution. If my tractor was a few horses bigger and the 3 point more heavy duty it would probably be ok. Thanks for your advice and comments
  18. Re: Tow hitch off the 3 point linkage counter weight

    Hi Coyote, it's just a regular 2" ball trailer , 422543
  19. Re: Tow hitch off the 3 point linkage counter weight

    Thanks, im worried that the leverage on the 3pt will be a problem especially turning etc... Being a dual wheel trailer I thing that most of the weight won't be on the ball?.
  20. Re: Tow hitch off the 3 point linkage counter weight

    I think it will work I'm just worried about damaging the three point linkage. The trailer wrights 1/2 a tonne and is rated for 2 tonne. It would be great to be able to ke the CW on so I can take the...
  21. Re: Tow hitch off the 3 point linkage counter weight

    Here is a photo to give you an idea..[ATTACH=CONFIG]
  22. Tow hitch off the 3 point linkage counter weight

    Hi Chaps,
    I'm trying to figure out it would be ok if I put a to tow ball on my counter weight as the trailer won't fit on the drawbar with the counter raised up. It's a 8'x4' dual wheel and I...
  23. Re: Why won't Kioti load the workshop manuals on line.

    Mate ! Why chip in if you don't understand! Make a man of yourself on the Internet by having a cheap shot.
  24. Re: Why won't Kioti load the workshop manuals on line.

    Second part is a suggestion which would create conduit between Kioti and the tractor owners. The added ease of just having a parts service list for your tractor or maybe just clicking on a part that...
  25. Re: Why won't Kioti load the workshop manuals on line.

    I'm not suggesting that I don't pay! On line gives them the ability to tweak previous manuals update new models , gives them email access to warranty issues and gives them an opportunity to encourage...
  26. Why won't Kioti load the workshop manuals on line.

    Months ago I added to a thread about access to the Kioti service manuals like several others. Do Kioti ever read these forums for feed back. I honestly don't understand why they don't do it, they...
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    Re: Loose loader bolts

    My dealer advised that it's the bolts stretching. I confirmed this as I put indicator marks on the nut and bolt to check for movement. After about 80 odd hours they settled down but I still check...
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    Re: Put a tap on your honeybee hive!

    I'm sceptical on how this would work. Ok you could have a queen excluder and rig it for the honey supers but the honey would flow before the bees would get a chance to get moisture out of it....
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    Re: Steering wheel position

    Where is the like button 😉
  30. Thread: My new 3510

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    Re: My new 3510

    Yes , agree with park brake, it's also built a bit on the light side. My complaint is that your pants leg can get caught on the yellow PTO lever, which has happened to me leading to a rather...
  31. Thread: My new 3510

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    Re: My new 3510

    Congrats on the tractor, I have the same model.
    Run the slasher / rotary mower at 2500. Always lower you implements when you are not on the tractor for safety's sake. Yes the ds3510 is noisey and a...
  32. Thread: 4wd use

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    Traction Re: 4wd use

    I'm the same, when I had my tractor delivered the rear weight was automaticly included. Might be a reg thing over here for new tractors with FEL. My tractor is only 35 hp I couldn't imagine not using...
  33. Thread: 4wd use

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    Traction Re: 4wd use

    Yeah I'm with you Murph, not sure what you would look for.
    My tractor is now at 120 hours and all in 4WD and I'm surprised there still no evidence of wear.
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    Re: Using these trusses in a small shed?

    Mate, working with trusses is easy. Very often there is a mistake and brand new ones are available very cheep. Don't worry about the attachment methods as there off the shelf truss brackets and speed...
  35. Thread: 4wd use

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    Traction Re: 4wd use

    I always run in 4WD unless I am on pavement. It help with the breaking. My place is slightly undulating but the tractor just feels better in 4WD. jason
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    Loader Re: CK35 Loader Problem

    Thanks James, I get it and think about it I'm more likely to damage something with the way I have been doing things with the 4 in 1. I'll make sure to use the float from now on and go easy. Cheers
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    Loader Re: CK35 Loader Problem

    Thanks this was something I wasn't aware of, however I do a lot of back dragging with a the back edge of an opened 4 in 1 as opposed to a straight FEL bucket. Am I risking the same damage? im not...
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    Loader Re: CK35 Loader Problem

    I assume back dragging with a open 4 in 1 won't cause this damage?
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    Re: Newbie with a new DS3510

    No worries mate, good luck and enjoy your new toy!
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    Re: Newbie with a new DS3510

    Congrats on the new tractor. I've got a DS3510 and have been more than pleased. So far 116 hours and it has not let me down. Don't worry about the loader you will get used to that it just takes some...
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    Re: Fence removal

    That's not too bad, I'd just snip it with the wire cutters then roll it to manageable sizes. I've had hundreds of meters of this all caught up with vegetation. Once it is manageable rolls burn it...
  42. Re: Tractor kicked my butt today! Need help and advice - with pics!

    I'd head to a local plasma cutter and get 4 2" mild steel discs cut with the the boat holes. It would look a lot better and you you paint them the same color as the wheels. Sorry to say the cement...
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    Re: Anyone ordering bees this year?

    I run a few hives in Australia, I suggest you read and the read some more however if you know anyone go a visit them when they are working on their hives. You will learn pretty quick. Verroa mite...
  44. 3-Point Hitch Re: Please can I get some help on 3 point hitch setup and operation?

    That knob only adjusts the lowering speed.
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    Re: holes in side of bucket?

    Indicator lights!
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    Re: Is this hydraulic leak (seep) "normal'

    Can you post some pics where you think it's comming from
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    Re: Made a Pickaroon

    Here is one manufactured one, I noticed a whole heap of diffrent types on the U.S. Ebay
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    Re: Made a Pickaroon

    Oh no.... Did they catch them, the pictures are pretty clear. I hope so.
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    Re: Made a Pickaroon

    Tcreeley, could you possibly post a picture of a pulp hook, I've never heard of one before. What dose the peening do, I've heard of that method welding cast iron.
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    Re: Made a Pickaroon

    Nice one Harry, I like the extended Handel, is there enough weight in the end to stick the round and stop it from falling off? The weight of the one I made is just right however I don't have the same...
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    Re: Made a Pickaroon

    Thanks six dogs, I did think of having more of a hook to it however I was worried it could break off. It also would have been difficult to cut that shape with a grinder. This one seems to work really...
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    Re: Made a Pickaroon

    Yes Bargo is just out of Wollongong NSW, the company I work for is there but I'm based in Victoria. The UTE was designed in Geelong Vic by Ford in 1932 and is pretty much the backbone of this...
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    Re: Made a Pickaroon

    Yeah the Utube video of the conversion from an axe is the one I based mine off. There are others where you can use a bolt and a piece of pipe. As far a using it's pretty easy, just swinging it into...
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    Made a Pickaroon

    I've seen a few Pickaroon/hookaroons on the Internet and thought I'd make one out of an old axe. After a bit of cutting and grinding I think it came up ok. I was really impressed with how well it...
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    Re: Price check plz! DS3510

    Hi there,
    Are you both planning to use the tractor or will it just be your husband?
    I've got a DS3510 with a 4 in 1 FEL and absolutely love it. Having said that if I had my time again I would have...
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    Re: Price check plz! DS3510

    Hi there,
    Are you both planning to use the tractor or will it just be your husband?
    I've got a DS3510 with a 4 in 1 FEL and absolutely love it. Having said that if I had my time again I would have...
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    Re: Stihl low on power

    WOT= Wide Open Throttle 😉 , you should probably always check that you are casting off bar oil before you start cutting wood as the oiler holes can get clogged and this is an easy way of making sure...
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    Re: Stihl low on power

    Run the saw at WOT with the tip near the ground or some carboard and see how much bar oil is getting flicked out of the tip. But in any event just by looking at the chain and the heat of the bar you...
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    Re: Stihl low on power

    Replace the fuel filter, air filter and the spark plug. Also as suggested check the muffler, you could also take the muffler off and check to see if the Pistons scored. But definitely put new fuel in...
  60. Thread: AZ ranch

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    Re: AZ ranch

    Looking forward to the Photos Bo.. :)
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    Re: Wash the Tractor?

    My old tractors never get a wash however the new Kioti will get a wash every couple of months. For me it gives me a chance to go right over it an check it...while its in warranty. I also spray...
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    Re: PTO Shaft length Question

    Thanks boys, yes the shaft does shorten when raised.
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    Re: PTO Shaft length Question

    Thanks boys, yes the shaft does shorten when raised.
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    PTO Shaft length Question

    Hi Gents,
    I've replaced my shasher PTO shaft with a heavier duty one. The dealer explaind how to measure and cut it to size however after doing the measurements it fitted straight on.... So know...
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    Re: Beehives- relating to weather

    I wasn't suggesting it was a hive of sorts, a bee swarm is different. Just a huge bunch of bees hanging.
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    Re: Beehives- relating to weather

    If it is a bee nest and is sitting very low it could ba a late swarm. When bees swarm they have gorged themselves on honey and will be quite. If you want to try beekeeping it's not hard to transfer...
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    Re: Bad mouthing a Kioti?

    r as the comment from DKVince, any A.H. that looks down on farmers needs ask theirselves.... where does my food come from?.......DUH. What a idiot.

    Mate woopee, so your a farmer, I think you need...
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    Re: Bad mouthing a Kioti?

    [QUOTE=5030;3913246]I've idled my M9 Kubota more than that just keeping the cab cool. How about 5000 hours on the clock and no issues at all. My tractors farm, they don't play at wannabe farming. ...
  69. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    I think it's against the law! People who have chainsaws and don't exercise them and give them a chance to run WOT should be ashamed of themselves. Responsible saw ownership! :)
  70. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    Mate, what sort of comment is that! If someone actually told you that and you a believe it then that speaks volumes about what you know about chainsaws. If you want to add input at least speak from...
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    Re: Cattle, Goats and Sheep

    Eddie,
    Running sheep and goats after horses or cattle is really good to maintain the pasture ( rotating). I'f you are looking for meat I'd go with Dorper sheep so your not having to shear them as...
  72. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    5030, no one here posted about climbing trees. No one ever suggested that anyone should climb trees to cut was ok for a non trained person. Doesn't matter how much experience you have had with a...
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    Re: Bad mouthing a Kioti?

    I have to suggest that the two makes of Chinese tractors that I veiwed were below par significantly. One model you could only uses 4wd when it's slippery and not when using a FEL. The demo tractor...
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    Re: Bad mouthing a Kioti?

    I have to suggest that the two makes of Chinese tractors that I veiwed were below par significantly. One model you could only uses 4wd when it's slippery and not when using a FEL. The demo tractor...
  75. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    Gee, 24" is a big bar for a 310... Do you cut hard wood? I'm sure it would work but it be working the saw. I have noticed that you guys over there run longer bars though. Here the 310, and the 390...
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    Re: Bad mouthing a Kioti?

    I just clocked up 100hrs on my Kioti last night and so far I've not had any issues. On other post I mentioned the higher costs of products here and considering I was using money kept aside for my...
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    Re: Creating a Lake

    Eddie, have you ever thought of having a YouTube program?
    I think you should.
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    Re: Creating a Lake

    Eddie, have you ever thought of having a YouTube program?
    I think you should.
  79. Thread: AZ ranch

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    Re: AZ ranch

    Thanks for posting Bo, you must me getting excited. Looking forward to seeing the windows in.
  80. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    I have a friend with the MS310, really not much diffrence to the 390. We had them running side by side with new chains. My mate lives his 310 are you running yours with a 20" bar?
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    Re: Chicken carnage

    One thing to remember about these dogs is that they Bark, could be an issue with the neighbours. We have a lot of deer problems here and they kept anything other than the sheep out. Space isn't the...
  82. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    My Pulan didn't die I ended up selling it to a mate that was doing some light garden work, pretty much gave it away. At the time I was doing some clearing work on another property I owned so I was...
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    Re: Chicken carnage

    Ever thought of getting. Maremma Guardian dog. We had them for sheep but the are brilliant for guarding stock. They bond with them, sleep out with them and guard your property. The will stop anything...
  84. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    I agree that everyone could benefit from a training course. Unfortunately non of the main brands or associations run chainsaw courses here and if they are they aren't well advertised. I have a friend...
  85. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    Nope all brands, cloths, quad bike, tractors everything is more expensive.
  86. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    Yes I do have friends on Oregon, not a bad thought. Yes $1300 and that's the Ht75 the smallest cc's. It like that with almost anything. I was in Stihl a couple of weeks ago at the list price of a...
  87. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    I bought an old farm that has been let go so I have a lot of fence lines to trim, up and down the driveway and also an old orchard that needs to be cleaned up and pruned everything has been let go. ...
  88. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    Coyote Machine,
    I've seen those kit type arrangement but thought there were a bit too light duty, so you think that they are worth a look at? I'd only be buying it for the pole saw qualities. I do...
  89. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    Hi Mike,
    I don't think its a matter of accepting advice from "pro", it's being told that you aren't experienced or qualified to use a particular tool when that advice wasn't sort. I have a very...
  90. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    Like I said before, I think that the tool needs to match the job at hand. No point trying to block up a 30" log with a 12 inch saw. No point trimming a small bush with a 36" bar and no pint trying to...
  91. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    The 441 is a kick *** saw, the only reason why I didn't go for it as I wanted to do some milling. I suspect ported would really Rock. Its a shame the EPA rules over there constrict the Stihl's. Why...
  92. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    Well I would consider a home owner class saw is that it is designed of occasional and light uses. Isn't that the way they market it.... Home owner, farmer and pro. What you choose to uses and buy is...
  93. Thread: AZ ranch

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    Re: AZ ranch

    That's neat work Bo, never seen floor board with that profile before. Well done I'm enjoying following the thread. Have you got a floor plan you can post?
  94. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    I don't see an issue with it, I don't consider myself a non skilled with chainsaw and I personelly appreciate the quality and power of the pro category saws. I'm a homeowner on 50 acres I have...
  95. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    I don't have anything against Echo, Husky or using a file.... For that matter. Whatever rocks your boat. I have a Kioti tractor but love JD and Kubotas. I'm happy to give anything a go....your're...
  96. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    :laughing: well some old dogs know how to sharpen chains....well,
  97. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    Well I'm 44 and I'm not sure why that would have anything to do with it, I've been using saws since I was 16 and even work with an arborist company for a couple of years when I was 20. Why?
  98. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    Have to disagree with you Harry, unless you are a gun sharpener you wouldn't out sharpen this jig. I was seceptical at first but after 12 months these are excellent. It's not about being the fastest...
  99. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    Nah the jig works really well, I sharpen both 30" and 36" bars, it sets razor sharp and very quick. I can sharpen with a file for a quick ride up out in the field however it's not much to screw the...
  100. Re: Hi boys keep it neat and tidy Stihl or Husqvarna Chansaws

    [QUOTE=5030;3907320]Dream on turkey.....

    Cutting power all has to do with how sharp the loop is, not the powerhead and yes, domestically sold Stihl's are a victim of the emissions police and need...
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