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    That's a chain I was working on a few years back.
    Neil has seen it, said just keep doing what I was doing, just don't bother dog boning like they do in the US.

    It's all packed away in a shipping container atm 8 hours away...

    I stl have to come and look at that fridge too. '

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick130 View Post
    That's a chain I was working on a few years back.
    Neil has seen it, said just keep doing what I was doing, just don't bother dog boning like they do in the US.

    It's all packed away in a shipping container atm 8 hours away...

    I stl have to come and look at that fridge too. '
    Yeah the fridge it's coming in to beer drinking season

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    I have an old Danarm Tornado in the shed which has a ripper chain plus a handle on the end of the bar for 2 man operation I have never used this one or even started it as yet but I did use use an identical one many moon ago when I was a lot younger cutting Mulga scrub for feed. Heavy as hell but it was a good saw.
    Cheers......Brian
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bearman View Post
    I have an old Danarm Tornado in the shed which has a ripper chain plus a handle on the end of the bar for 2 man operation I have never used this one or even started it as yet but I did use use an identical one many moon ago when I was a lot younger cutting Mulga scrub for feed. Heavy as hell but it was a good saw.
    I have one too second pull every time generally classic old saw must of been millions sold just about every collector has one or two

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    Quote Originally Posted by 460cixy View Post
    I have one too second pull every time generally classic old saw must of been millions sold just about every collector has one or two
    After months of using it to cut scrub my knuckles were dragging on the ground. They are bloody heavy.
    Cheers......Brian
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    1998 110 Perentie GS Cargo 6X6 ARN 202516 (Brutus)

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    Yeah I call em dead arms heavy as hell but still reliable as an anvil same can't be said for a lot of modern saws. Some of the later danarms made great power with with reed valves etc but just could not compete with husqvarna and stihl for power to weight so they just disappeared along with about 3000 other chainsaw manufacturers

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