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post #1 of 18 Old 08-05-2011, 03:25 PM Thread Starter
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Cool! Something new to read!
I sure do hope it stays civil...

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That might be tough. Guys can get quite religious about their brand.

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I needed this forum last year when I had trouble with my saw.. I had to get the info I need from another webpage!

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COOL! Likey-likey!

Will some of the chainsaw threads in The Tool Shed get moved in here?

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COOL! Likey-likey!

Will some of the chainsaw threads in The Tool Shed get moved in here?
Maybe, depends, but probably not.









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COOL! Likey-likey!

Will some of the chainsaw threads in The Tool Shed get moved in here?

Most likely, not WDG!

It would take a massive effort to not just move them, but keep the following posts under the OP's thread from being corrupted. We decided it's better to let everyone know that there is a specific forum for chain saws. And, if a member want's to put a link in this forum to another existing forum post (about their chain saws) that will work too
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ken thank you for making this
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ken thank you for making this
Your Welcome Calvin, but it was made long ago when the site opened, then closed and hidden away for years.

I and a few other Mods just requested that it be opened back up. Which Mark777 was kind enough to do for all of the members to use



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That might be tough. Guys can get quite religious about their brand.

I don't know, I have a Stihl, Husky and a Makita/Dolmar saw. They are all pro saws and are great.

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Ken how can we make this chainsaw forum top ranked in google so it will outrank the other chainsaw site ?
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Ken how can we make this chainsaw forum top ranked in google so it will outrank the other chainsaw site ?
I don't think that will happen but we can make this one fun too Hi Calvin...Bob

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Hi too all I have a Poulan Wood Shark model 1950 I am doing some carb, and other if possible need a service manual and fuel line placement to the carb. Thanks
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Re: Husqvarna 2100CD

Just noticed there was a chainsaw forum now. I would like to know the value of a Husqvarna 2100Cd in very good condition. I plan on buying a smaller Husqvarna since I am getting too old to crank this one. I need to buy one that has a very light pull to crank. Thanks for any help.
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Just noticed there was a chainsaw forum now. I would like to know the value of a Husqvarna 2100Cd in very good condition. I plan on buying a smaller Husqvarna since I am getting too old to crank this one. I need to buy one that has a very light pull to crank. Thanks for any help.
Those are real desirable saws and getting harder to find. I wouldn't take less than 500 bucks for it...Bob

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