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ultrarunner

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SF Bay Area-Ca Olympia WA Salzburg Austria
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Cat D3, Deere 110 TLB, Kubota BX23 and L3800 and RTV900 with restored 1948 Deere M, 1949 Farmall Cub, 1953 Ford Jubliee and 1957 Ford 740 Row Crop, Craftsman Mower, Deere 350C Dozer 50 assorted vehicles from 1905 to 2006
i bet generac could sell thousands upon thousands of standby gens in calif for people wanting to get them before ban goes into effect...too bad they cant make them. there so far behind......i dont know if they will ever catch up. im still waiting on a 24 kw i ordered last March
Who would have thought generators would be such a hot commodity?

Back in 1985 when I bought didn't know any homeowner owners...

In 2020 about half the neighborhood owned generators and many it is a first for gas engines except for automobiles...
 

Jstpssng

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Aug 7, 2005
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Maine
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Kubota L3301
We had about a 100 yard long pile of debris left by the storm of May, 2018. My wife cleared the whole thing with a 12 inch Kobalt 40v chain saw. She wore out the first one there and then the next one when working on invasives up the slope. Kobalt went to pieces then with their chain saws; so, we went to a 12 inch Stihl for her to continue with the invasives work. She's still using it. Drinks bar oil like a drunk sailor but cuts well.
There should be an adjustment to control the oil flow.
 
 
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