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CHAINSAWS #680 04/11/2019 09:05 AM
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THese are interesting old saws. I know there are collectors out there. If you know any All I want is them Gone.. Just pay the shipping. I have no Idea what brand the first one is, second one is a David Bradley

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Re: CHAINSAWS [Re: JIM] #687 04/12/2019 11:01 AM
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Jim that unknown is a mall, let me know what the total is and i would take her if its still availible what a great display saw

Re: CHAINSAWS [Re: JIM] #696 04/14/2019 08:08 AM
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I'll pull the bar and chain off to get a more compact package. UPS pricing is based more on size than weight. I ordered replacement trim rail for the RV and the shipping was $40. the box of rubber trim which weighed much more was $6.75. So the smaller the box. I've been hanging on to these things for a while. couldn't just scrap them.. NOT in my blood. smile


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Re: CHAINSAWS [Re: JIM] #697 04/14/2019 09:27 AM
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Let m know

Re: CHAINSAWS [Re: JIM] #707 04/25/2019 09:01 AM
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Still looking for a suitable box. Had a setback Tuesday night. broke a the second metacarpal bone in my right hand.


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Re: CHAINSAWS [Re: JIM] #708 04/26/2019 04:18 AM
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Sigh... a hard way to learn that hands are not hammers! Teeth are also not wire strippers.
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Re: CHAINSAWS [Re: Doc] #709 04/26/2019 07:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Doc
Sigh... a hard way to learn that hands are not hammers! Teeth are also not wire strippers.
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The ratchet on the winch on my car dolly did not engage when I let go and the crank handle spun around and smacked the back of my hand.
My fault for not being more careful and make sure it did prior to fully letting go of it. the car dolly Will Bill equipped with an electric winch soon this will never happen again.


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Re: CHAINSAWS [Re: JIM] #716 05/01/2019 10:14 AM
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Ouch. Hope it heals up fast.

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Jim take your time and heal up everything will wait😎

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Hand healing up Jim?

Re: CHAINSAWS [Re: Fshook] #785 05/31/2019 06:34 AM
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I hope to get out of the splint on the 10th. that's the plan as long as the doc says OK. Can't wait to have two hands again. Been stuck in western NY all week. Came up for My father in laws 80th birthday. Surprised him sister in law came up from Charleston, SC and we came up from VA Beach. Went .to leave Tuesday and the Wife's car wouldn't come out of Park. Toyota has a 140Amp fusible link if it goes bad the car is AFU. had to order it from the dealer. Finally got the van going again yesterday. headed home this morning.


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Re: CHAINSAWS [Re: JIM] #786 05/31/2019 06:36 AM
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I think it was the good Lords way of keeping me from using my hand so it can heal fully smile


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Re: CHAINSAWS [Re: Fshook] #818 07/10/2019 08:07 AM
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Originally Posted by Fshook
Jim take your time and heal up everything will wait😎

Got it in the box need to add some packing material. Super busy right now catching up on every thing.


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Re: CHAINSAWS [Re: JIM] #823 07/11/2019 12:18 PM
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Let me know. Been beyond belief busy. Still want it still no hurry🇺🇸

Re: CHAINSAWS [Re: JIM] #824 07/12/2019 08:16 AM
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I understand CRAZY BUSY. can't get caught up. Middle of July and I still haven't managed to get either one of my boats in the water. I have to learn to take some off time.



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Re: CHAINSAWS [Re: JIM] #840 07/31/2019 07:20 PM
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Jim, still here same story to busy

Re: CHAINSAWS [Re: JIM] #842 07/31/2019 08:25 PM
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Me too...all is good.


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