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Getting into Orange

jimdad07

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Well...with a little help from Jimmy in NC I am getting into orange saws. I'm a Dollie fan more than any of them but I am noticing a lot of design similarities between Hooskies and Dollies. I am finding I like working on them over the Stihls. As far as porting them, I have only done Wild Thingies, Stihls and my old Dollie 120si. I have a 268xp project to finish and a 372 on the way from NC to build to get me started. If I like how they run I have a 359 and a top handle to build. Of course I'm not going anti- creamsicle, I have a ground up rebuild to do on an 088 for a milling saw to back up my 9010. We'll see how they go.
 

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I maked a video for you guys but with all this free-rev dissing I don't dare show it.
 

Jimmy in NC

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You know when you spray paint a Wood Shark with marking paint... it doesn't make it a Husky. Hate to burst your bubble there Skippy but thought I'd save you some paint. :happywink:
 

Mastermind

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I grabbed a couple of my saws today to cut some decent sized poplar......in doing so I noticed something odd.....I don't even have a Stihl that runs anymore. :wtf:
 
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