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Offline Real1shepherd

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Re: 394
« Reply #10 on: September 30, 2016, 01:57:28 am »
I've met a few fallers who swung 2100-36" Huskies on the BC coast 6 1/2 hours a day . Super skinny guys who you'd think would have a hard time starting it. But try follow them walking through the bush and you quickly see how strong they are.
But like so many of them with one shoulder injury they were out of a job. If they were lucky enough they may have enough in them to be able to buck at the landing.

My brother who collects saws has a 2100 that never had fuel in it with original box and all.

I used a 6ft bar in Doug Firs for over a yr. Yeah, I was stout. Used Silvey tree jack hydraulic packs too, along with a springboard in the biggest stuff. Then we had to 'downsize' to 42" bars. Moved to CO and downsized again to 36" bars which I still have.

My 2100 is sick and needs time on a bench. I still want the 394 as it's the saw most like the 2100, because at my age, I'm not doing the!

Your brother has a 'dream saw'. He could probably get $3,000+ for an unused 2100...the last one like that on eBay did.