Could be either fuel or spark. As soon as it wont start pull the plug if it is wet fuel if it is dry check for spark.
+- $50.00 1/3 cord delivered. or $75.00 for a full cord log length delivered.
I did mine about 5-6 years ago. A general rule with epoxys is the slower the cure the stronger.
I have found that Red oak around here has two smells. When fresh green it is a very dog poo when seasoned a bit it has a sweet earthy smell I like.
Pull the plug and regap to.025" then change the oil to synthetic. Mine started hard until I did both of these, now it starts as it should.
72 links of .375=20" 68 links husky 66 for stihl=18" As said above I think that is china stuff. I would like to "Test the 1 year warranty".
You would need to draw a line to see if it's moving.
I wonder how fast it is? And by the way I want it also. The wife laughed when she seen the price.
The close up pic is what we call poplar, goferwood as in throw in one split and gofer another. heavy when green not so much when dry. Fair firewood...
I love our Cutco knives. Made in USA life time no questions asked on warranty (I tested that one) Spendy but worth it.
100% sure it is maple of some kind. I cut a lot of sugar maple that looks just like that.
In the 35 years I have been using a chainsaw I have used about everything but $tihl and Hu$ky oils. I have setteled on the TSC oil I bought 10 gal....
I have two GSP's I swear I can put out two bowls of water and clean up three. We all might want to make somthing like this without the wash...
I have had my Milwaukie for 35+ years. it won't die. My next one will be the P/C tiger saw with the rotating head. Whoever invented these things...
I also use the TS8000 pricey but worth it. years ago I bought an adapter to fill the cylinders from the BBQ 20# tank. Iast time I did the math it was...
Very little. Back when I worked on equipment. There was a cylinder that would not come apart. The head wrench used air,it went through two cement...
Pull the bottom piece and run!
Tannerite the best carb cleaner made!;)
100% positive on what we call poplar in Mi.
Looks like ponderosa pine to me. Let it season and you got some heat.We used to let it season for a summer (in Az.) and it was good to go.
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