Would a set of scales not be a better option? And maybe a calculator for the reely harrd summs?…Nice! I spent the day counting Lego bricks - our Lego user group (LUG) does a bulk buy once a year and we had in excess of 100,000 pieces land for counting!
Lots of lessons learnt, all counted pretty much by hand, with Handwritten stickers. Next time, things will be different!
Arguably the best mid-size saw Stihl have made (the filler caps are better on recent models).... gave up when he refused to play ball, late afternoon .... not getting fuel .... new filter and line required ... bloody sure it's sucking air some where ...... usually a brilliant saw
it totally 'did my swede' yesterday .... it's usually a first pull starter and just about creased me pulling the bloody thing over and over ... getting too bloody old ..... the spirit is willing, but the flesh ain't what it used to be (and has had a bit of a caning the last couple of weeks )Arguably the best mid-size saw Stihl have made (the filler caps are better on recent models).
I now keep a spare fuel line/filter on hand because they do develop pin-holes after a few years.
Last time mine wouldn't start, I discovered my nephew had been "helpful" and retuned the carby.
(both carby screws done up tight)
Scales would have been a brilliant idea. Sadly I only had it when I arrived. Two other people had them which meant we could double check stuff, but sheesh, it's hard work without them! We will be more prepared next year.Would a set of scales not be a better option? And maybe a calculator for the reely harrd summs?…
an' I 'spect she's around my age ... got it all to come Boyo .... as said .... the body just can't cope with the ambition these days ... and it is incredibly annoying/frustrating ... particularly when you go pick summat up and it appears to be welded to the floorBloody hell my nan comes out with that comment regularly