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Bbhzx12
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Re: Off topic

Postby Bbhzx12 » Fri Nov 04, 2016 4:13 am

Stihl.
Husky's alright, but get it from a power equipment shop not a big box store. The HD snd Lowes stuff is disposable.
Use good fuel and oil, I run the Stihl premix through the fuel system then run it dry before I store it for any length of time.
Get gloves, chaps, and some steel toes that chain can raise hell with a foot or a leg!
If it don't go, chrome it.

Bill
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Re: Off topic

Postby Bill » Fri Nov 04, 2016 9:56 am

I have several Stihl products, three of them have the Easy Start option. As I got older needed a little help starting them. Cost a little more, but worth it in my opinion.
Bill


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