Storm Work

firecracker_77 Posted By firecracker_77, Aug 31, 2013 at 4:34 PM

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  1. firecracker_77

    firecracker_77
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    Had several 3 inch diameter limbs fall in the yard yesterday as a big storm blew in and took temps from 90's to 70's. Whew...what a relief. I enlisted the little 192 for the task. This is my favorite and can't discount a light weight saw for times like this. Runs a long time on a small tank of gas and is light and nimble compared to most others. Chain maintenance is a snap with only a few cutters also.
     
  2. NH_Wood

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    Nice - I'd like to have a little top handled limber, but it's more a want than a need. If I found a great deal I'd pop, but they usually come up pretty pricey. I like the small limbs for shoulder season. Cheers!
     
  3. MasterMech

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    Used 192s can usually be had for a song. They get poo poo'd because they are a "homeowner clamshell" design.
     
  4. Jon1270

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    Not sure how they compare, but someone has had an 011 AVT up on CL for $50 near me, and nobody seems to be biting.
     
  5. firecracker_77

    firecracker_77
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    I won't be selling mine cheap. Buy it once..hopefully, buy it for life
     
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