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Re: Electric chain saw

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Ultradog MN

06-11-2013 12:32:56

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(Go ahead and tell me all Chinese goods are cr*p, if that's your feeling and you've got nothing better to do with your time. I've heard it here before.)

My right elbow has been bothering me quite a bit but otherwise I'm holding up pretty good and have been generally happy of late.
Of course my opinions on chain saws have little to do with how I feel.
Now if you ask me what I think about Harbor Fright tools I'll tell you I have a rather poor opinion of them.

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Stan in Oly, WA

06-11-2013 17:04:57

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 Re: Electric chain saw in reply to Ultradog MN, 06-11-2013 12:32:56  
Ultradog MN,

Glad to hear you've been generally happy of late. Hope your right elbow stops bothering you. I'm surprised that anything ever heals up at my age, but most things still do. I tore some of the sheath of muscle right under my sternum and it hurts like the dickens. I can cinch myself in real tight and take painkillers and work almost normally, but if I do it'll never heal.

Harbor Freight sells mostly low quality goods, but it has the unexpected bargain once in a while. If you can get someone to tell you about the bargains rather than having to find them the hard way, then it's all right.


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