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  1. Dub11

    Dub11 Some body poisoned the watering hole!

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    Oklahoma doesn't have snow.
     
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    Stump Shot Old *pretty boy dipstick of Quality Staff Member

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    It can keep the dust out then.
     
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    No stopwatch to it but seemed like a nice pickup to me. Good job Steve.
     
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    nickw A Legend in my own mind

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    Having never met you or seen a good picture I discovered in the video that your avatar is a pretty close resemblance, right down to the black cap.
    Thanks again and hi to Gunther.
    Nick
     
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    redline4 I'm huge in Japan

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    Looks good Steve!
    I cant wait to get my 036 up and running!
     
  6. Stump Shot

    Stump Shot Old *pretty boy dipstick of Quality Staff Member

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    Liking how this 395xp came out, even though a saw for saw milling it still has some serious stones to it. Even with a grabby soft wood chain it pulled good in Red Oak simulating a milling cut. For as large of a saw this is, once fired up, you forget about any weight with the power being unleashed in such a fashion.
    Did have a blooper the first firing with a circlip coming off, so a new piston had to be installed again. Not really sure where to place the blame, but heavily looking at my part in the whole process, I know sometimes shite happens, but is no fun when it does.
    The saw is easy to get started with the decompressor which is good for when in the milling jig. I added a D handle and custom fitted it to the starter so as to have authority when doing so.
    Look forward to doing another that doesn't have to be held back on for milling.

     
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    Mastermind Leader Of The Clique Staff Member

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    Sounds Great !!!!!
     
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    redline4 I'm huge in Japan

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    Looks it's got some nuggets Steve!
     
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    Looks like a animal
     
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    You guys and you 395’s... if I had any need for a big saw...
     
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  11. Fairways_and_Greens

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    Thanks @Mastermind, @Deets066, @XP_Slinger, @Stump Shot, @huskihl, @mdavlee and everyone else that helped me through porting my MS241. I learned a lot during the process (especially it's probably better to just buy one from a pro!) I should have probably used unseasoned wood.

    Here it is in seasoned red alder:



    And here in wild cherry that's been seasoning for 3 years. Probably a dumb test for the little saw:
     
  12. Stump Shot

    Stump Shot Old *pretty boy dipstick of Quality Staff Member

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    Ifnin it ain't it'll do until one shows up. ;)

    Next one won't be for milling. :)
     
  13. Stump Shot

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    Excellent!
     
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    Growls like a much larger saw. Get some smaller 6 or 8 inch stuff and let it spin.
     
  15. Stump Shot

    Stump Shot Old *pretty boy dipstick of Quality Staff Member

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    That's actually good, it shows it can do the hard stuff, anything can do the easy stuff.
     
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    Looks good Steve. 7 or 8 pin?
     
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    Wooo! Let's show off our 241's.

    This is with an 18" bar running picco with rakers a bit low for the wood it's in, which is Fraxinus Excelsior - European ash. A lot like eastern american ash when it grows on hillsides like this one has.

     
  19. XP_Slinger

    XP_Slinger I like saws...sometimes

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    I think that was a perfect test! Sounds strong in the cut pulling the full bar. I’d call that little dude a success. Great job
     
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