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    Time for the Nation to decide

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    Its easy...stihls can be pigs of things, lamb roast is always going to be lamb roast...
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    Mutton for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EeeBees View Post
    Its easy...stihls can be pigs of things, lamb roast is always going to be lamb roast...
    He could of had both!

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    He should have just taken better care of his hat.

    Other than that the lamb would be well roasted and who cares about a Stihl, now if it was a Husky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Mutton for me.
    +1 slow cooked
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    Those adds crack me up, when I seen him come out with wee flossie I was thinking to myself "no worries the saw will be fine" Fucker doesnt deserve it though seriously that saw would be worth at least 4 times the lamb

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    Quote Originally Posted by gadgetman View Post
    He should have just taken better care of his hat.

    Other than that the lamb would be well roasted and who cares about a Stihl, now if it was a Husky.

    If it had been a husky that'd probably what started the fire in the first place!
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    Save the bloody chainsaw even if it is a Stihl. Oh and I am with VC, mutton is better but lamb is still a damn fine meal.
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    Save the sheep. The dogooders will hang him if he leaves Flossie to burn. Besides, that old fashioned country boy could probably do with a good looking sheep like flossie for company.
    And, I have one stihl and four Huskies. The stihl is a heap of shit. Has been since new. I would love to watch it burn.

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    Like 7mmwsm eluded to, only saved the sheep to help get his end away.

    A sheep is like a doughnut, after you fuck it you still have a meal left.
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    Quote Originally Posted by big_foot View Post
    If it had been a husky that'd probably what started the fire in the first place!
    You are right, the Husky would already have the wood cut. You'd Stihl be swearing at the equipment.

    As the old line goes, "You can't start a fire without a spark!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7mmwsm View Post
    I would love to watch it burn.
    Im pretty sure the clip showed us thats not possible

    Hey send that poor stihl to me I'll get it going you know it runs on 2 stroke petrol aye not diesel like those other four bricks, hey why do you need four? one in at the shop getting fixed, one waiting to get fixed, one for spare parts and one to use???

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    Quote Originally Posted by big_foot View Post
    Im pretty sure the clip showed us thats not possible

    Hey send that poor stihl to me I'll get it going you know it runs on 2 stroke petrol aye not diesel like those other four bricks, hey why do you need four? one in at the shop getting fixed, one waiting to get fixed, one for spare parts and one to use???
    The four "bricks" all run well. Three different size saws and one on an Atom auger. The Huskies are all 1980's vintage. Simple and robust. Pull the cord and they go. If they stop you can get them apart and back together with a simple screw driver.
    The stihl (notice I can't even bring myself to start its name with a capital) on the other hand, is about three years old and is rooted. It appears to be made of plastic. The seals in the carby a buggered. Put any weight on the bar while cutting and air gets in and changes the mixture. Frustrating as hell.
    Even pulling it to bits is a mission. Need a special key (star looking thing) which is usually in the tool box which usually just happens to be in the other ute. Then you normally need to take a couple of other bits off to get at the bit you are after. Then you find that the bit you are after needs a pair of circlip pliers to get it apart. Give me a Husky any day. stihls are Shit (note Shit gets a capital).
    About Flossie, he wont let her roast. He doesn't have mint sauce with him.

 

 

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