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  1. Dolkitafreak

    Dolkitafreak Dolkita686

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    Or better yet, one for a 681, good luck lol. Sketchy chit will be determined by multiple people and won’t be ran, and I’ll play with fire.
    Like wolverine said, that 394 don’t give a *f-word!
     
  2. Bjorn

    Bjorn Pinnacle OPE Member

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    Hello, Will send 2 chains on Monday. One square and one Swedish special for the competition.
     
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    Lightning Performance Here For The Long Haul!

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    Will do.

    Been bogged down with mechanic bs. The tracked snow blower I bought was a nightmare someone dikked with. All better now.

    If anyone is interested in 394-5 Husky tank guards PM me.
     
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    Moparmyway Its just a saw GoldMember

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    I’m interested, but if you don’t mind, put whatever information you have for the 394/5 tank guards here, PM’ing about them won’t help others as time goes by
     
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    Wolverine dilligaf

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    This the new 394/5 tank guard thread? Maybe start a new one for that.. so as not to clog up the chain build off.

    Burp.
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    Cleared the gullets on my loop.
     
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  6. Dolkitafreak

    Dolkitafreak Dolkita686

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    That’s gonna fly through the Ohio clay.
     
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  7. huskihl

    huskihl Sausage Lives Matter

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    Best answer
     
  8. Wolverine

    Wolverine dilligaf

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    :hambre:



    Lolol!
     
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    Frank bierce Here For The Long Haul! GoldMember

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    Would that be considered ripping, bucking, or noodling??
     
  10. Lightning Performance

    Lightning Performance Here For The Long Haul!

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    Diggin fir Oz if your doin it right ;)
     
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    Frank bierce Here For The Long Haul! GoldMember

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    Well shoot...just realized it trenching...nevermind on my above post. Lol
     
  12. Deets066

    Deets066 AKA Deetsey

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    Looks like a bit more forward than normal.
     
  13. Wolverine

    Wolverine dilligaf

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    Not too hateful. :eusa_whistle:
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    Deets066 AKA Deetsey

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    Maybe it just looked like more because of the gullet.
     
  15. Dolkitafreak

    Dolkitafreak Dolkita686

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    681 and 394 should be able to handle some lean I think! My chain last year had quite a bit of lean.
     
  16. Time's Standing Stihl

    Time's Standing Stihl Below me...

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    Soooo.......is more lean faster???


     
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    Probably means it has a shallow slope. Like a fillet knife vs a cleaver. One will take more abuse than the other but the other will take less to cut. <- Ignorant guess.

    I'm still cutting my teeth on square
    Edit: that was probably the worst way to say that. I mean I'm a novice at it.


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  18. Definitive Dave

    Definitive Dave Piss Rev Mafia Member Staff Member GoldMember

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    that is on my "to do" list.
     
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    Deets066 AKA Deetsey

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    If tearing fibers is faster than severing them.... then yes.
     
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    Wolverine dilligaf

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    Does that apply to top plate angles as well?
     
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