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Post in 'The Gear' started by smokinj, Apr 6, 2011.
Show off your saws! Cant get the whole 880 in a pic. lol
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My little 372xp (at least compared to the logs)
That's bringing a Gun to the fight!
Stretched 880 always a nice choice! lol
this is a REAL saw
lol I seen one on youtube that the motor blow just before the cut. Bet there shots where full!
haha I seen that one too
I put a slime green inter-tube in my splitter tire Saturday and when I blew it up, the tire it exploded everywhere........I thought I was dead there for a min...lol took a couple hours to calm back down. (only hit it with 40psi) slime green everywhere!
:bug: OMG. I bet you needed clean shorts,I would :lol:
I went to tsc to get a new tire with slime all over me....Guy just laugh....I was still a litte shaken. Loud kaabooom and slime (thought it was my guts) flying everywhere. Wish it was on video.
That'd win top prize for sure lol
A couple from the stable.
Here's my overweight and underpowered 029 with its little bro MS180. Not the most impressive fleet, but they work just fine for me. The 029 has been in the family since '96 and I bought the MS180 for $100 two years ago.
We have a running joke on the 180 but it is a good little saw! I had an 029 back in the day on the landscape crew.
Like to see a video of the Pro eating!
Left to right:
All 3 Awsome saws!
475 w/long bar
475 w/Alaskan Mill
We run the same type set up....LOVE the top handle echo!
You know I cant say enough good things about that tough little sucker! My first saw,it was late HS grad/Xmas present almost 30 yrs ago.Not as fast as newer ones,about 8000 rpms I believe.But only 7.5 lbs & has incredible balance,been dropped a couple times when younger I used to climb/prune with it,started right up.I've noticed in the past few months they're going for $50-100 on ebay in good running condition.I dont like the newer 280's,not the same design.
Here is my lineup and the 5' bar that came with the 2095 that I haven't had the cajones, I mean opportunity, to use yet.
Nice! Thats a milling bar much easier to handle with two people.lol 60 inch bar is a MONSTER! Its worth some money.
New Baby. And tired old hat. And the tree that caused the arrival of the new baby.
Peter, don't you use those saws, they look way too prestine.