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    stig replied to a thread The Joke/Funny Pic/Video Thread in MBTV
    Aaaah.............Now I get it.
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    stig replied to a thread The Joke/Funny Pic/Video Thread in MBTV
    Lost me, sorry.
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    stig replied to a thread The Joke/Funny Pic/Video Thread in MBTV
    Cops are so overworked here, you can probably drive without a windshield.
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    stig replied to a thread The Joke/Funny Pic/Video Thread in MBTV
    Must be nice to live in a place where cops have time for that kind of thing.
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    stig replied to a thread August Hunicke Videos in MBTV
    "Proheat is a global leader in advanced auxiliary heaters." What do you know? I've never heard of them, so I guess Europe isn't part of the Globe. Looks like really fine units, wonder why we don't see them here. We had a Webasto put in the new feller buncher. Saves starting the machine up and sitting around for ½ hour, waiting for the oil to heat up. This way, the driver can just hop right in and go to work. I just did the numbers on that. It'll have paid for itself in ½ a year.
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    stig replied to a thread Unusual Trees in Tree Care and Health
    Slightly, yes!
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    stig replied to a thread August Hunicke Videos in MBTV
    There are two really good German brands, Webasto and Eberspächer. Having experience with both, I must say I prefer Webasto. Their set up is simply more logical, at least to my brain. Quality wise I've never had reason to doubt they are the same level.
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    I knew this would turn your crank. But tell me this. Is it untrue? Am I simply talking bullshit, because , according to you, I hate America or did you guys go the same way as the British motorcycle industry. Notice BTW, that if I bring up the decline of said motorcycle industry, brought on mostly by sheer stupidity and unwillingness to change things, because by god, British buildt is better and they'll just have to understand that, while meanwhile Honda put out the CB750, and blew them off the map.................................none of our British members get offended. Or come to think of it, maybe it is just the stiff upper lip thing, and they all sit at home with their cups of tea and steam literally coming out of their ears.
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    stig replied to a thread Stihl 500i in Chainsaws!
    I just used to like it. It is a nice skill.
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    stig replied to a thread Stihl 500i in Chainsaws!
    I didn't expect this to ever happen..................................ever! Got me fair and square:lol: I have a vertical splitter. It is faster to just rip the chunks about half way down, then use a maul on them. I usually split most of my wood by hand. If you know how, it is faster. But not when you have Leukemia and your blood count is way low. First year I'm doing it all with the splitter. Swinging the maul really takes it out of me.
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    stig replied to a thread Unusual Trees in Tree Care and Health
    That is not the way people usually take pictures of it.
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    I was wondering the same thing. Deadline???
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    stig replied to a thread Stihl 500i in Chainsaws!
    'Bout what?
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    stig replied to a thread Stihl 500i in Chainsaws!
    Really? I thought I made it clear. I FRIGGING LOVE IT! Best saw I ever run, bar none. Used it for firewood again today. At one time, it had been sitting for almost 2 hours, and just to test it, I pulled the handle without priming it first. Had to pull twice, then we were up and running. Some of the logs I have are too heavy for me to lift 20" sections on the splitter, so I simply rip them. That is a good way to put a saw to the test, full bar length ripping cuts. This thing just never bogs down. It is uncanny. I still want to take it logging, Mick. All this cookie cutting is fine, but it is how it handles the real stuff that matters to me. That is probably what you see as " Fence sitting". Ask me again next thursday, when I've put in a couple of days in the woods with it. I'm pretty sure, the answer will be the same. I am NOT giving this demo saw back to the dealer.
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    That is your patriotism running away with you. As early as the late 60es, Toyota was putting out cars that were way more dependable than what came from Detroit. You didn't teach the Japanese anything about quality, they figured that out by themselves. How come there are no US made pro saws on the market today. Seeing as how you make such quality products.
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    stig replied to a thread Stihl 500i in Chainsaws!
    046. But not replaced..........................surpassed by FAR.
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    They probably just plug up the mice, and only let them shit at designated times.
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    stig replied to a thread August Hunicke Videos in MBTV
    "Wow those are awesome!!!! I might look into that! About how much do they want for one? " Not really. Probably way less over your way, seems to be that way with most things. I paid the equivalent of 4 grand for mine. It has a timer, that will allow you to set it to start in the morning, so you come out to a warm car, same for afternoon, when you are going home. It has 4 settings, so when we are logging and eat at fixed times, the truck is always warm for us. Also, you can call it up by phone and change the setting or start it up. When we are working a big tree and lunch is drawing near, someone on the ground will either walk to the truck and turn it on manually or if the truck is parked far away, call it. Then we have a warm place to sit and eat. Never cold starting your engine makes it last a lot longer. I got 500,000 kilometers out of my last VW truck before rust ate it up. Expensive, yes, but once you've had one, there is no going back.
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    2 Days Ago
    Yep. Sure footed, hardy and no more stubborn that the Irish cob, we have now. Great animals. I rode them quite a bit in Idaho and used them as pack animals, too. Totally new experience for me, you hardly see them in my end of the world.
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    2 Days Ago
    Mule country, then.:)
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    stig replied to a thread August Hunicke Videos in MBTV
    A Webasto engine heater doesn't mind you driving off with it. Been running those in my last 3 trucks. They ROCK!
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    2 Days Ago
    I've never had to take one of our saws to the dealer for a tune up. NEVER. With 5 guys runnings saws 8 hour a day for 7 months last year. Those things just work! Don't try to let the fact that the Swedes apparently can't get it working, rub off on the Germans.
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    2 Days Ago
    I so need to go back there.
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    stig replied to a thread August Hunicke Videos in MBTV
    Now, that is a fine thing:lol:
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    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread Echo 2511t in Chainsaws!
    They suck. Hate those chains. "Here's a pro saw for you with some Shit HO chain to cut with".
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    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread August Hunicke Videos in MBTV
    Need to move something? See me for the keys....
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    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread Echo 2511t in Chainsaws!
    Touch the teeth and leave the rakers a couple times and it helps. Or have some Picco made for it.
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    It will burn baby!:evil: Just not today ;)
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