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Old 01-15-2016, 07:08 AM   #20
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Chain saws don't require very much long as your reasonably careful with it. You'll run into chain sharpening but there's some other places around that can handle that. Keep it drained of all fluids when it's going to sit around for any length of time, probably longer than a month. I run my Husky right out of gas when putting it away. Probably ten years old now runs like the day I bought it except for some sharpenings now and then it's needed nothing.
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