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1.) Bruce B. - @Gentleman - Passed
2.) Daniel M. - @AlfA01 - #2 CFB Port Job
3.) Thomas Chiconas - #8 24" Tsumura Light bar and chain
4.) Michael M. - @mainer_in_ak - #3 XS Port Job
5.) Aaron O. - @Roadfxr - #11 MMWS 562xp
6.) Kevin D. - @Moparmyway - (Bubba) #21 Rifle Scope
7.) @leadfarmer - (Bubba) #18 Makita Impact
8.) Justin R. - @cowroy - #9 Husqvarna 357xp
9.) Mike S. - @ZERO - (Bubba to Woodrow) #10 Echo 4910
10.) David B. - @davidwyby - #1 Stump Shot Port Job
11.) Gary J. - @GCJenks204 - #31 Olive Oil
12.) Al F. - @drf256 - #25 394 Builder
13.) Jason G. - @jgreene70 - #33 Tsumura Bar and Chain
14.) John W. - @John Wargo - #28 100 Rounds of Ammo
15.) Ken - @nbbt - #19 Husqvarna 36" Light Bar and Chain
16.) Rudy R. - #27 Plumb Axe
17.) Wayne R. - #29 FarminKarman Port Job
18.) Billy C. - @Billy Currie - #20 Husqvarna Bars and Wrap
19.) Sean A. - @Catbuster - #4 C83 Chains
20.) Ed K. - @redline4 - (Bubba) #24 Sugihara Bar and Chains
21.) Dennis C. - @Bilge Rat - Passed
22.) Joshua S. - @Chainmale - #32 Husqvarna X-Tough Bar
23.) Greg N. - @Greg Newman - #5 2 Oregon Chains
24.) Brian S. - @2000ssm6 - Passed
25.) @Farmchuck - Passed
26.) Daniel P. - @Woodslasher - #13 Historic Key Chain
27.) @JimBear - #30 Crocky28 Port Job
28.) Nic H. - @stihl livin - Passed
29.) Lawrence S. - @Junk Meister - #26 14" Light Bar
30.) Neal M. - Passed
31.) Chris B. - @CJ Brown - #22 Oregon 18" Bar
32.) Tim Strunk - @Cat 525 - #12 Stihl Helmet
33.) Erick M. - @malk315 - Passed For Now

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1.) @jacob j. - Passed
2.) David G. - @Powerstroke Cowboy - #23 Dukes Puller
3.) Andrew M. - @The Firewood Hoarder - #6 3/8 LP Chains
4.) Tracy B. - @ammoaddict - Passed to pbillyi69 #14 Key Fob
5.) Eric F. - @Eakf - On The Clock
6.) Michael B. - @3browns - On Deck
7.) Doug Philbeck
8.) Nate R. - @Nate.
9.) Bryan S.
10.) Mike B. - @Glock37
 
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1. Woods port job on any good running pro grade saw by Stump Shot
2. Woods port job on any pro series Stihl or Husqvarna and first $50.00 of return shipping by Canadian Farm Boy
3. Woods port job on any good running pro grade saw by XS Huskihl
4. 2 - Husqvarna C83 Chains shipped to the lower 48. 3/8 - .050 - 84dl donated by bradb123
5. 2 - Oregon 72EXL chains, winners choice of length up to 91dl 3/8 .050 donated by Loony661
6. 4 - Loops of Holzfforma 3/8LP .050 chain up to 16" donated by Absolution

7. 2 - White Maxflow filters, no cages just the foam filter donated by Absolution
8. 24" Tsumura Light Stihl mount bar and 2 chains, 3/8 .063 84dl. Adapter included for Husky or Dolmar donated by MG2186 and Stihl livin
9. Husqvarna 357xp ported by Stump Shot and donated by redline4.
10. New Echo 4910 with bar & chain ported and donated by FarminKarmen Work Saws
11. New Husqvarna 562xp Mark II ported and donated by Master Mind Work Saws
12. NIB Stihl Professional Helmet donated by Sawmikaze
13. 1 pair of historic key chain fobs donated by Junk Meister
14. 1 pair of historic key chain fobs donated by Junk Meister

15. 1 pair of historic key chain fobs donated by Junk Meister
16. 1 pair of historic key chain fobs donated by Junk Meister
17. 1 pair of historic key chain fobs donated by Junk Meister
18. Makita XDT131 Impact Driver Set donated by Powerstroke Cowboy
19. New Husqvarna 36" Light bar and Chain donated by RiverRat2 and Squareground 3691
20. 372XP new style 3/4 wrap handle and two new 24” Husqvarna bars donated by Catbuster
21. NIB Athalon Talos 6-24X50 rifle scope donated by JimBear
22. NOS Power Match Plus 18" .050 .325 k095 with chain shipping to the lower 48 donated by Sawdust Man and Duce

23. New Duke's Stihl flywheel puller donated by Woodslasher
24. New Sugihara 18” bar and 2 x chains Stihl Mount donated by ajschainsaws
25. Husqvarna 394 builder with new Meteor piston, oem bearing, and crank bearings and seals donated by jk14
26. NIB 14" Stihl E Light Bar donated by Greg Newman
27. 3 1/2# Plumb axe with new Hickory handle donated by Cat 525
28. 100 rounds of .38 special ammo donated by Redfin
29. Woods port job on any good running saw by FarminKarman Work Saw, return shipping included donated by Zero
30. Woods port job on any new or clean used saw with return shipping covered by Crocky28
31. 5L of extra virgin olive oil including shipping donated by AlfA01
32. Brand new 24”/60cm Husqvarna X-Tough .058 bar including shipping donated by AlfA01
33. Any length Tsumura reduced weight and chain in any mount (@MG2186 has in stock or can get) shipped. Donated by Tree Life
 
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Those key fobs are certainly very nicely built and look cool!
But what is the sense? I just don't understand why would anyone carry a piece of brass looking like old theater ticket in his pocket all the time.
 

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Those key fobs are certainly very nicely built and look cool!
But what is the sense? I just don't understand why would anyone carry a piece of brass looking like old theater ticket in his pocket all the time.
They would be better used in a decorative display of some sort.
 

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i think they are pretty sweet. i would use them for keys or single key that is easy to keep track of. ie i have a key to the local church that i use for AA meetings. its not key i keep on my regular key chain as i dont need to carry it every day. when i do need it, it is far easier to keep track of a big keychain than it is a single key. like this one that i use now20240212_075136.jpg
 

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i think they are pretty sweet. i would use them for keys or single key that is easy to keep track of. ie i have a key to the local church that i use for AA meetings. its not key i keep on my regular key chain as i dont need to carry it every day. when i do need it, it is far easier to keep track of a big keychain than it is a single key. like this one that i use nowView attachment 407389

Sorry but I had to laugh when I saw what looks like a beer bottle opener that you are carrying to AA meetings.
 

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Sorry but I had to laugh when I saw what looks like a beer bottle opener that you are carrying to AA meetings.

“Us” drunks have strange sense of humors & often see those subtle little reminders of what life was like, humorous & sobering at the same time.
 
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Those key fobs are certainly very nicely built and look cool!
But what is the sense? I just don't understand why would anyone carry a piece of brass looking like old theater ticket in his pocket all the time.
My Opera minded Sis uses hers for the out building keys (But Not the PRIVVY). I Guess her way of thinking is that she would never misplace such a wonderful piece of bling bling, so she will know where her keys are (Sot OF). BUT then she is of the mindset of Why do you have more than one saw??? AS Far as pocket stuffers or overweight ignition key rings I will leave that up to you'll.
For the record I don't use them on my Key ring. I use one for a backer when I need it for welding.
I am still waiting for the Chainsaw that needs a key, Then I will have the novel key chain fob for it.
 

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Sorry but I had to laugh when I saw what looks like a beer bottle opener that you are carrying to AA meetings.
i posted the picture on purpose to see if anyone would catch it....good job. i used to take brown bottled root beer to meetings to see how long it would take for someone to say something.....
 

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Okay then. I'm game giving more time to Erick. @malk315. Looks like he has not been on for about a year.

But, if that's not in the plans.

I'll take #23 the dukes stihl flywheel puller from @Woodslasher . Should Be a handy little tool.

Thanks!
It is More than Handy. You will like it a LOT if you can keep track of it. Some things are best left un said but let me fore warn you. They don't work worth a SCHIET if ya forget to first Loosen or remove the nut that holds the Flywheel to the crank. :( Like the lack of attention that getz a chain on BAAKERTZ ..
 

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Okay then. I'm game giving more time to Erick. @malk315. Looks like he has not been on for about a year.

But, if that's not in the plans.

I'll take #23 the dukes stihl flywheel puller from @Woodslasher . Should Be a handy little tool.

Thanks!
If Erick comes around before the end we can let him pick then. Just trying to keep things moving here at the end.
 

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It is More than Handy. You will like it a LOT if you can keep track of it. Some things are best left un said but let me fore warn you. They don't work worth a SCHIET if ya forget to first Loosen or remove the nut that holds the Flywheel to the crank. :( Like the lack of attention that getz a chain on BAAKERTZ ..

It'll go in the drawer with with the rest of my specialty tools. I sure don't want to loose it!

I believe you! Most things come apart easier if the fasteners are first removed. LOL. Experience can be cheap or costly.
 
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