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Chainsaw work for wood.

bugeater281

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Mods if not allowed delete. Figured I'd post this in case their is interest. There is probably quite a few of you that use chainsaws consistently. I'm actually a small engine mechanic. I can work on any chainsaw. Not sure if it would be worth it but I'd figured I'd see if there is any interest. I would gladly work on chainsaws for wood. I can basically rebuild them, I've rebuild a few stihl concrete saws engines. I can sharpen chains, do carbs or oiler systems work. Not sure if it would be worth it to anyone depending on shipping cost. I have over 6 years of experience under my belt and work on them daily. New ones or 40 year old ones, I've worked on them all.
 

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You're good here.

I know it only cost me $25 to ship my chainsaw from Connecticut to Michigan. Just remember to drain the oil and gas first....
 

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@bugeater281

I'm interested, I have an older Husqvarna the previous owner "worked" on that could use some love. What do you need to know about the chainsaw to figure out if it's worth sending to you? What kind of wood are you looking for?

Thanks,

-jason
 
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