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    Fu*%face Von Clownstick

    So whens the damn war gonna start? I hate to disappoint, but I'm definitely gonna lay a big bet on the ghetto boyz. All the Trumpies I know are scared shitless of going into the projects. I'll have to do some more in depth analysis before laying the other bets.
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    Fu*%face Von Clownstick

    In the wake of what Hitler tried to do in Europe 20 years earlier, yeah, I think we should have intervened when the communists tried to spread into SE Asia. And you have to admit that weed and LSD changes people. But, back to the original topic ... Trump = coward, narcissistic, loudmouth...
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    Fu*%face Von Clownstick

    Sorry, but I have two kids in the military and they don't just get to pick and choose when and where they have to do duty. The draft and the war, as fucked up as it was, was still the law, and part of the requirement for a young male as a citizen of the country. But I get it, many kids didn't...
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    How significant of a gain would I get by swapping an Oregon 91 bar to the thinner Stihl 12" dime/quarter tipped?

    I'm glad you said that, because I do a lot of hardwood, mainly oak. My chain preference is admittedly biased toward that. I just can't get the Stihl .043 stuff to bite hard enough for my liking in oak, especially after the cutter gets short. It does give me a good bicep workout backchaining 14"...
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    Rust in carburetor?

    I just noticed you asked about that hole. That is the pressure relief hole for the metering diaphragm. Just like the impulse line pushes and pulls on the fuel pump, the metering diaphragm has to has an air relief to keep from building a vacuum or pressure (during the impulse cycle) on the dry...
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    Rust in carburetor?

    Yes. This is TreeBuzz and we must have resolution. All those other sites leave ya hangin'.
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    Music To Chill BY

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    Rust in carburetor?

    Direct route from crankcase to impulse port on carb where the rust is showing. Pressure-vacuum cycle could cause some migration if there was any rust in crankcase. Saw would have to have sat for a while and had some water contamination though.
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    Rust in carburetor?

    If this is it, then I would definitely change cans. Otherwise, It's probably just from ethanol/water interactions of a sitting saw with the steel inside the crank case and cylinder like crankshaft, bearing, etc. Clean it and don't worry about it.
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    Fu*%face Von Clownstick

    Only a psycopath could find a reason to fuck with the parks. They're tiny on a relative scale and are part of what makes America great. The U.S. is dying under this idiot. Quit playing nice with these right wing zealots.
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    Fu*%face Von Clownstick

    Word to Dr. Leo Sternbach and Hoffmann-La Roche for producing this beautiful little blue baby. The "general's little helper".
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    Toasty ash- how would YOU do it?

    Lot of variables using the stick. Example, if you lift your head to sight the tips, your eye position changes enough to make a wrong measurement, etc, etc. Ive got a nikon rifle hunter range finder that moves between the golf bag, the shooting bag, and the job bag for 8 years. It just wont die...
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    Toasty ash- how would YOU do it?

    How tall did it end being?
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    Fu*%face Von Clownstick

    https://www.cnn.com/2020/01/07/politics/rockets-us-airbase-iraq/index.html
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    Fu*%face Von Clownstick

    Continually drops leaves, acorns, and small debris on this home, and is slowly developing the capability to totally destroy it.
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