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originally posted by: Flyingclaydisk
a reply to: rickymouse
I need to get a new chain for my Johny 111S chainsaw this fall, it has a thirty six inch bar on it.
Now that's a saw!!
originally posted by: rickymouse
I usually get the oregon chain for my Husky 61 and also the little chipper chain for my old poulan chainsaw. I need to get a new chain for my Johny 111S chainsaw this fall, it has a thirty six inch bar on it. www.acresinternet.com...
I'm down to five running chainsaws now, I used to have twelve whole chainsaws but gave my brother three to display above the bar in his stone 40x60 garage/party place. The rest I took apart for parts for the saws I use and I scrapped two this year.
I haven't had a problem with the brake sticking on my husky 61
I need to find a nice little saw like my poulen micro XXV. They used to be a nice one hand saw for brushing. The new saws are too big, hard to get into the branches and all that safety stuff sucks.
a reply to: Flyingclaydisk
TextI'm just amazed at how fast oak will chew up a chainsaw blade. That stuff is just murder on chainsaws. I was cutting up these utility poles (about 20" in diameter) and the saws would go through those things like butter. Saw would just get in the power band and go. But those oak logs were just pure work getting through.
I've been cutting tons of oak and giant HV transmission line poles with my chainsaws recently (I inherited about (50) hundred and twenty footers).
Runs like a raped ape now.