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    Default Re: Anything useful from EBAY?

    Is that the one

    http://www.treegear.com.au/?view=pro...ge&product=109
    Silky Sugoi 360 Hand Saw
    Sugoi means "Incredible" and that's exactly the word for this rapid cutting & aggressive saw. Ideal for pruning large limbs, with a knife blade on the hooked tip for slicing away vines and clinging plants. Scabbard can be worn on the belt or as a leg scabbard. Ultra-strong full-tang 360mm blade means less bending and breaking.


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    Thats the one admin
    "I'm not alone cause the tv's on yeah,I'm not crazy cause I take the right pills.... everyday" Jimmy Eat World

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    Default Re: Anything useful from EBAY?

    Is that the same as the Silky

    Barnel Professional Forestry Saw
    [Barnel-Z14] $65.00





    Features
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    Fast, easy-pull action provides super clean cuts
    SK4 hard chrome plated Samurai steel, impulse hardened for long lasting performance
    Each tiger tooth blade is precision ground at three angles
    \"Raker\" blade slots increase the speed of cutting
    Ergonomic, cushioned TPR rubber handle
    Includes guided ABS sheath with belt loop
    355mm (14\") curved blade
    Tiger tooth, raker design blade
    4mm tooth pitch, 1.3mm tooth thickness
    Strong cushioned TPR rubber handle
    Weight - 280g excluding sheath, 500g including
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    Default Re: Anything useful from EBAY?

    Heres something for the cowboys out there.
    Everything you will ever need to start to earn some beer money

    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ULTIMATE-STIH...item2307ae0efc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anjaryan View Post
    Heres something for the cowboys out there.
    Everything you will ever need to start to earn some beer money

    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ULTIMATE-STIH...item2307ae0efc
    I might bid on that and get some really long extension cords.
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    Default Re: Anything useful from EBAY?

    lol. If that's the ultimate package, I'd hate to see the basic version.

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    Default Re: Anything useful from EBAY?

    I have a client that gets me to mow her rear yard cause her electric mower only lasts long enough to do the front.

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    Default Re: Anything useful from EBAY?

    Seems good value with the Toyota as well

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    maybe he needs the money to fix the flat tyre on the trayback

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    This would complete the package may combine postage also http://cgi.ebay.com.au/BRAND-NEW-STIHL-MSE140C-ELECTRIC-CHAINSAW-CHAIN-SAW-/160442649580?cmd=ViewItem&pt=LH_DefaultDomain_15&h ash=item255b208bec
    ....Nothing like a good whipper....

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    ....Nothing like a good whipper....

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    Looks like something you would bye simo at lest its a stihl lol lol
    But if you aint ''STIHL'' you aint real....

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    Anything Ian says may or may not be garbage, it may also be his own opinion or it may not be his opinion at all, it may just be something he felt like stating anyone following his advice does so at their own risk and may be doing something Ian would actually advise against.
    And if you don't like what Ian has to say use the ignore function if you don't know how ask i will gladly tell you

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    Quote Originally Posted by 63impala View Post
    Looks like something you would bye simo at lest its a stihl lol lol
    Nah gunna get me one of these http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXGN1kmlhH4 ( quote) simo you have to many http's Thanks Ian got a ssstutter
    ....Nothing like a good whipper....

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    Last comment from the commentator says it all "Holy smokes!"...
    Life's a garden, dig it! Life's a garden, dig it!

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