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Husky 346 xp

Post in 'The Gear' started by mywaynow, Jan 15, 2011.

  1. smokinj

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    yea you and your jersy's will rule the world!

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  2. jlove1974

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    Whatever stalker. Don't breed
  3. smokinj

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    lol, forgot this was a makita thread.
  4. jlove1974

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    my neighbor owns a Husky saw, does that count? They must breed jackasses in Anderson
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    Lol is this all you got name calling because you sure dont know a whole lot. Other than that.
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    I know willie envy compensates with bar length and you have quite a few long ones in your sig
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    lol, you have the envy my saws are for hire. I am done you have nothing to offer!
  8. jlove1974

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    evidently school must have been out for months when you were a kid. because reading the original posts isn't your forte is it?
    It's already been stated that hearth.com is for residential wood-burning mainly. The OP asked a question, and many contributed.
    So talk about not having a dog in this fight would be calling the kettle black. Youre a class A resident troll

    Try your troll-fu at arboristsite
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    lol the 70cc and the 50cc saw is where this got started. A 70cc saw with a top handle or 30-35cc saw is much faster. Now for name calling and trolling THATS YOU!
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    For solely limbing while on a ladder or the like yes, but when it's a firewood saw on the ground and you're able to use it to limb and to buck the 50cc saw is better all around. I'd buy a top handle saw if I could find a good one on craigslist for cheap but I wouldn't purchase one new for firewood cutting even in a two-saw plan.

    Unless you're in really big wood a 50cc and a 70-80cc saw seems to be the best combination for most firewood situations.
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    OP asked about a 50cc 346xp. point out in the thread where you offered him some help. JACKASS! lol
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    smokinjay is into really big wood, just ask him about his bar lengths lol
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    I have been that route 180,260 then a 361. even the 361 just could not compete enough to justify it. Once you throw a top handle in the mix things change in the way you do it. Not saying a 50cc bad just not as quick and really not light enough to justify grabbing it jmo.
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    Anyone with the internet name “jlove†is ,,,,, well,,,,,,,,,, how should I say,,,,,,,,,,,,, I don’t want to offend anyone,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, “SPECIAL†!
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    Looks like some people were really bored today. I worked my butt off while you guys were bickering.
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    lol, sorry fricken to cold here to even get the saws running.
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    Oh you would have to improve a bit. Dream big. Did you get your feeling hurt over a pair of gloves I am sorry.......
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    nope just tiring of you sh!tting all over my threads and comments. You are a d-bag of the first order.
    What are you smokin jay? Poles I assume. BTW my username is an amalgam of my name and a year
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    sorry you feel that way still love you jlove! Will be sure not to anwser any of your threads.
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    Your threads already kind of stunk buddy...... claiming all Husky owners are queers or that the saws made by Husqvarna are somehow not on the same level as Stihl. Anyone in the "know", even if they prefer Stihl's would never make a stupid statement like that. You lost any and all credibility with me quickly and continue to do so.
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    lol. desiring credibility on an internet forum is like a bear sh!ttin in the words and looking for toilet paper. observe my avatar
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    What is it with you and your offensive analogies? Do you lack the communicative skills to respond appropriately?
    Oh, and please stop complaining about the little digs here and there--they're a part of the playful nature of this site.

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    Ah I see you are a peanut-gallery contributor from New Hampshire. Live free, eat s__t and die. Just being playful
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    Jeese. Lets see what you can make of mine. Just interested (playfully). Give it your best shot (really). I might be able to use the material else where.

    Oh even I gotta say it: Huskies are great saws.

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