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  1. Chainmale

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    Looks like a pretty tidy unit otherwise.
     
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    I really like them so far . I only used them twice , once on Saturday and Monday after work . I might get some more for some of my other saws .
     
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    Nice looking saw Eric ! Who's winning the arms race now between you and your brother ?
     
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    I like cutting in the cold because I can wear my heavy cotton duck bibs and the thorns dont bother and there are no bugs. I will cut firewood all winter long in temps below zero. I prefer the cold to heat and sweating.
     
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    Tick removal tools/aids

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    The stainless steel tweezers+shovel tool works on both small and big ticks.
    The plastic pliers tool works only on bigger ticks.

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    Pup is too sweet, keeps attracting ticks - I will have to bathe her with flea/tick shampoo. She won't be happy about it, but it is for both our and her good.
     
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    Picked up an old Lincoln welder yesterday, I'm hoping the boys can learn to make it go. IMG_20220526_153907.jpg
     
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    Fishing lures are starting to stack up like firewood around here with similar low usage!:crybaby2::confundio1:
    Reckon they'll catch something if I toss em enough...I reckon.:rolleyes:
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    181SE for $12.50!

    Needs a coil


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    Looks good
    One of the you suck deals


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    Our welder like that was the fix all on the farm for about 25 years.
     
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    My kid brother has been using one for about 25 years, before that it belonged to my wife's grandpa, who used it for I have no idea how long...
    They ain't nothin fancy, but they seem to always work, without no complaints!
     
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    I went through one of those in a year, funny I thought the same thing.
     
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    You won't be disappointed.
    Kevin built me one from his parts bin with a cylinder and some other bits I sent him earlier this year.
    New nachis, meteor piston... bet I have 25 gallons through her already.
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    Id bet that that 394 is gonna be stronger after porting than the factory 3120.
     
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    Awesome! It will be my first ported saw and by first, I mean I've never even ran a ported saw. So, it should be a pretty wild ride. Lol It should be more than adequate for my needs.

    I hope so, because if I'm being honest, I was expecting a bit more out if the 3120, even in stock form. I only have a tank through it, so that's probably part of it too. I got to do the normal mods to it and it'll be better I'm sure, but I figured It'd at least pull a 36 inch full comp without issue and it was lacking IMO. My 660 pulling a 36 inch skip tooth pulls harder than the 3120 does, at least it feels like it to me and my 660 is stock too.
     
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    3/8 vs 404?
     
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    I kind of think about the 3120 like a Stihl 090 ,there's mountains of potential there you just have to coax it out. When I first heard about a 3120 I had already used a 395xp for milling and some cutting and naturally assumed it would be just like that but 30ccs more, not so.
    I think some of the restriction is epa equipment but also what the intention of the saw was from the factory, like purpose. Anyway I'd say that they take a little more work than the 394/395 out of the box to be the saw I thought they'd be.
     
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    It's 3/8".


    That's what a lot of other folks said too. I'm kinda like you, I figured for a 119cc saw I'd be impressed, because even though a lot of people talk down on a stock 660, I like it and I'm never let down by it with a 36" bar, even stumping a 3' locust tree. I don't know.

    I knew there was a chance I'd have to work it over some. I was just kinda hoping it was just people used to ported saws and it would seem good enough to me. I have a dual port muffler and I reckon I need to change the coil and get the car high jet done and it'll be better and I can go from there.
     
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    I definitely take saw bias with a grain of salt, but my expectations can be wildly misplaced.
    There's a few saws I've rebuilt and run that are generally disliked for some odd reasons, So I usually reserve my opinion till I run them. The Stihl MS441 and Husqvarna 77 taught me that.
     
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    Some wheels for my MAXX grinder and two chains to try, one full chisel, one carbide.

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