Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by [email protected], Feb 6, 2018.
I'm with you on that, although I kinda like venison jerky.
I’ve been looking at battery chain saws. You ever consider one of those (not that is has anything to do with your chain problem)?
I used one while turning three apartments into two. It worked quite well without spewing fumes into the building.
Palacio Real de Madrid
Almudena Cathedral, Madrid
I have not...but considering the problems I'm having with this Lowe's cheapie it's time to consider something else. I don't know anything about them...how's the torque?
Just went to Consumer Reports, general consensus with the battery chainsaws is "short run-time per charge and slower speeds make these units strictly for light-duty sawing". Saw (HA...get it??) this on more than one review site, including Popular Mechanics. FWIW
Already got an electric for that
Battery chainsaws aren't there YET, but the best right now in a reasonable price range is the Dewalt 60V.
I have a gas powered 14" Echo and a cheapie $80 14" Homelite corded electric I got for backup. I gotta say.... that POS corded Homelite has been a workhorse. I had to take several trees down for a fence, along with other clearing duties, and it has been a champ through that, and also 2 hurricane clean-ups. I think it may be on it's 3rd chain. I don't even touch the Echo anymore. Talk about $80 paying for itself over and over again...
It seems I neglected to pull spring vacations off my phone.
Sunrise on the beach
Looking for lunch
Water draws in the sand
Closer look at water's artwork
A lot of what I see is from a bike.
This is a typical ride from the house.
Not all of my bikes are normal
Once in a while I wear our colours.
I bike 20 miles a day. I'm too scared to take pictures while biking...
So am I. But I take any excuse to stop for a rest. There are photo opportunities everywhere.
A little trip to Cyprus
Post some additional photos please, I'd like to check out Cyprus.
I will do Shawn, just for you
Looks beautiful! Safe travels!
Thanks bro, weather is amazing and good times already!
What's the adult beverage of choice in Cyprus? Whatever it is, have one for me!
For car nuts, this is Shelby 260 Cobra #CSX2000, the very first Cobra ever built. It was sold at auction in 2016 for a cool $13.75 million. It's on display, along with tons of other Shelby cars and memorabilia, at the Shelby American Museum in Boulder Colorado. To the right of CSX2000 is a Cobra Daytona Coupe and to the left is an original GT40.
I have two questions for car guys. 1) When did they start putting the 427 engine in the Cobra? 2) I thought a 427 was a Chevy engine and Ford made a 428? 2.1) Why the 427 for the Cobra and not the 428