Strunk Big Timber Pro

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Strunk Big Timber Pro

Postby sawdust21 » May 5th, '13, 15:22

Still cuttin' after all these years. A real war tank saw.
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Re: Strunk Big Timber Pro

Postby chy_farm » May 5th, '13, 15:40

Beautifully shining in brilliant red! You must be the first owner?

P.S.: I read saw hoarder said this is a restoration!!
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Re: Strunk Big Timber Pro

Postby saw hoarder » May 5th, '13, 15:46

Good lookin' saw!! :thumbs: Nice work on the restoration! :goodjob:

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Re: Strunk Big Timber Pro

Postby totte » May 5th, '13, 17:04

Big, mean machine! Shiny and good looking! :goodjob:
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Re: Strunk Big Timber Pro

Postby sawdust21 » May 5th, '13, 18:59

Thanks guys. Yup, it is restored, but not before chewing up some wood. I have before photos, but you probably wouldn't recognize it as a chainsaw. :lol:
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Re: Strunk Big Timber Pro

Postby cliff » May 5th, '13, 20:18

Nice job on the Strunk. :thumbs: :banana:
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