BTW, sorry people for any late replies. My isp decided to fix their
peering at last which resulted in 28,000 new and duplicate messages in
this group alone, dating from November.
Apparently they only did them for a fairly short period. It has an
internal belt sealed (very tightly, I couldn't undo it) within the
main cutter assembly. It's toothed too small too, so the slightest
ding, even on a log, means that one blade skips a tooth. A few of
those and the blades start hitting each other.
Same. It's the pedal siezed rather than the clutch itself, which is
slipping anyway. CBA with it now, just parked up outside gathering
rust. Just need to re-drill the towbar mounting bracket on my new
Husqy so I can plonk my trailer on it. Don't have any 1" metal bits,
so it'll be a file and skinned knuckles I expect.
No thanks! Work's LR 90 is /finally/ about to be retired. Just been
test-driving a shiny new Hilux, which is a completely different class
of machine. *Superb* engine.
And wild guesses as to what a tatty D-plate 90, on its third non-turbo
engine is going to be worth?
I wasn't that impressed tbh, but then again the salesmen weren't very
good at hiding their dorsal fins.
Still pleased with the Husqy now the novelty's worn off. Managed to
bend the steering arm after hitting a tree, but ten seconds in the
vice fixed that.
Simon Avery, Dartmoor, UK
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