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1 man Tree Co.(am insured&legit!)

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Cerberus

Cerberus the aardvark, not the hell-hound!!, Male, 39, from Florida (tampa area)

Status: Realized I started too-many projects at once, and now have 2/3rds of my powereheads on the bench....gonna need a miracle to finish! Apr 28, 2022

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    1. Cerberus
      Cerberus
      Status: Realized I started too-many projects at once, and now have 2/3rds of my powereheads on the bench....gonna need a miracle to finish!
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Oct 1, 1982 (Age: 39)
    Location:
    Florida (tampa area)
    Occupation:
    1 man Tree Co.(am insured&legit!)
    I love climbing, roping/rigging & cutting, so I guess it's natural that my "interests" have drifted to "performance chainsaws" and the like at this point in my growth....it's funny because I see "my choice" here, IE deciding to do my own work-saws instead of paying (or wanting) anothers' build given/sold to me, I see it as HIGHLY analogous to that same "My hardware, I work-on it, nobody touches it and, if they somehow did, I'm not using it til I've gone-through it verifying everything's my way", this is how I felt about my bikes when racing(fixed-gear, no brakes bicycle racing, "fixies"), how I felt about my handguns when in that phase, and is the same now--- some are very eager to get someone-else's work on their saw (and that is the right & proper move for oh-so-many) but, for those like myself - true nerds/geeks* - there's nobody but oneself you want working on your saws (or setting your lines or splicing your slings etc etc etc!!!)
    (*I use these terms w/ some endearment, possibly because I'm squarely falling-into the criteria for both terms, lol, but I wanted to relay/paraphrase something I heard on 'geeky/nerding' that I loved: Being a geek/nerd isn't what things you like, but how you like them. So yeah the next time you see a post from me with something silly like a custom-made fiberglass clutch-cover, and your immediate reaction is "That's not worth the time, no bang-for-buck there!" just please understand it's part hobby and as explained it's simply part "needs to be me for me to have confidence in the use, & continued usage, of the item"! So, right now in my life, I'm a full fledged "hot work-saws" nerd, re-reading Jennings&Blair habitually, watching youtubes from all 2-stroke varieties / learning expansion chambers for adaptation of principles to box/chainsaw muffs (ie no acoustics/sonic waves but "pull & push" functionality can be achieved to non-zero levels in a box muffler, no question)))
    Suspect (and hope!) that I will be here, a part of this community(OPE, sure, but I mean entire community/niche not any particular url/domain) until lithium has supplanted internal-combustion for "high displacement high torque work-saws", I mean once a 15lbs lithium unit can beat my 660's I'll be swapping, but until then I'll be a 660 fan-boy through&through, such a perfect, iconic platform, am surprised (and incredibly pleased) that Stihl lets them do this (not "lets" but "doesn't go and stop it" which I've little doubt they could if they so chose)

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    25cc/10" G2500 clone
    25cc/12" CS-2511T (~20thou timing adv.; Exhaust port widened & matched to custom muffler)
    32cc/14" tanaka 33edtp
    36cc/18" 355t
    60cc/20" cs590: ported, custom exhaust, XL dogS
    92cc/32" 660: kit by MM, 54mm Hyway pop-up top-end rebuild, my #1 unit/baby!!
    99cc/25" 660: Big bore, 8pin, -20thou key'd, 99.5/125/79 sqsh NO freeport!
    25cc PPT266 polesaw; Ryobi 40's: Pole, blower & saw
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