Still Or Steel

Post in 'The Gear' started by Battenkiller, Nov 24, 2010.

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  1. HeatsTwice

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    Am am in Germany now, very near their manufacturing plant. Durring lunch I asked one of my German coworkers how they (Germans) pronounce it. He said it like this: Shteel

    And there you have it. Straight from the mouth of a German.
     
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  2. ISeeDeadBTUs

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    When I get it from this German mouth
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    Until then, it's still Stihl
     
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    I call my 394 XP Marlena Bobbitt cause it cuts wood clean through.
     
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    Funny story about them losing the War. . .due in part to their gear being made too well! Apparently, they had big trouble with some of their gear gear made with tight tolerances siezing up in sub-zero temps on the Eastern Front, while the Russian stuff manufactured with more sloppy tolerances kludged right along. Personally, I'm a fan of well made hardware.
     
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    I just call it the chainsaw.
     
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