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Wolf bust 1

New one started in the rough. Once done it will either  go to two of my shows. It will start at $500. If all goes well with it. Thanks for looking!



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Taken with samsung SAMSUNG-SM-J320A

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Chains not usually. Some ppl do. If i was to in which yrs ago it did you can spray oven cleaner on chains or use carb choke cleaner. I hand file unless the chain is wayyy off. I learned through dept of forestry to hand sharpen well. Where it does show though is air filter  because of cutting with the grain. It gets really fine so keep it clean! The clutch as well, there is oil buildup with dust so you must pull apart and scrub with tooth brush in it. Muffler screen heat with torch and wire brush it. However echo makes a new 2 stroke oil that had cleaner in it. I will be running it in next batch of mix so we will see.

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