Wow! That thing is awesome!! Congratulations!!!
Your analogy doesn't work. The shop is the cook. The manufacturer is the producer. Yes, there have been problems with 5100s but there a LOT more...
I see your point. Definitely don't buy an awesome running saw because of your Mazda B2200. ;)
I'm sorry. There are a few saws you have to get when you get the chance because that chance may only come once. The BP-1 is certainly very near...
Mine do look OK when I stack them. After 3 years it is often a different story. ;em
No, just oaks, maples, hickorys, locusts, ash.... ;)
Good thread, thanks! I have a Silver Maple in my backyard that could've been a Champion if I'd ever bothered to get it measured. Then, last winter, I...
Even with your heat and the drought, I do not believe your red oak went from 40% to 25% in 4 months. Did you get your MM at Harbor Freight? I know...
No, Dennis, we don't. ;)
For a 6401, you can run a 28" but will be much happier with a 24". It is a nice saw but is still only 60cc's.
From the biggest Kool-Aid Stihl drinker we have. ;)
The most impressive saw I have ever run was a Solo but I wouldn't own one as parts are getting harder to find.
You're awful young to be so old. ;)
Congrats. I'm sure you will love it.
You can stay with 50:1 as long as you are running a good synthetic.
You don't to go to 40:1 unless you've ported the saw. I can't see any...
I assume you mean by run with it all day you just mean it is still running? ;)
The 562 I ran holds it's own with ported saws. Should spank a...
Thanks, Eric and I'm certainly saddened by the news of the passing of your father. His book was certainly important when I began gathering wood.
Congrats, Todd. That burr oak will keep you warm!
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