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Re: My mega-lazy garden in the 63!

Unread Messageby Ahmed » 12 / 12 / 17, 17: 24

Lolounette, you write:
They say that the chain is "anti-rebounds", it's a pipe?

The so-called "anti-rebound" chain includes spacers that increase the height of the parts between the gouges, which limits the engagement of the latter when they are at the end of the guide, however for purely geometric reasons (in this zone the gouges are on a tangent), this can only limit the extent of the rebound and not actually remove it: this is nevertheless (which is better than nose less! : Lol:) progress for amateur and novice users.

Apart from this type of chain, there are several ranges that correspond to different uses: from a very aggressive, dangerous, but very productive model, for intensive slaughter, to slightly less efficient chains, but more "soft" in use...
There are also variations in the shape of gouges: from the square, aggressive and with the more fragile edge, to the opposite round, passing by the half-round which is a good compromise for a varied use ( the professional changes his chain according to his projects).

Note: some amateur machine manufacturers even go further and provide the nose of the guide with a housing that does not allow end cutting, but this greatly restricts use.
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Unread Messageby Lolounette » 12 / 12 / 17, 17: 52

ok thank you for your clarification very interesting gentlemen! :D

I went to do some pruning cuts on the field this afternoon and I confirm that this small chainsaw is really nice by its maneuverability (finally with one hand it does it too and it's still practical sometimes to have a free hand to keep the branch) and the little noise ...

as for the unscrambler I do not know if Makita was stingy in the lead provided or if there is a problem but I ran out of wire before the battery failure : Lol:
in any case when there is wire is a pleasure to handle, nothing to do with my previous unplugging heat or each session was a struggle! The reverse rotation is very convenient to remove the grass wrapped around the spool without having to put the machine and in addition to almost no noise which I appreciate the highest point! : Wink:

you just have to buy some thread!
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Unread Messageby sicetaitsimple » 12 / 12 / 17, 18: 11

Lolounette wrote:ok thank you for your clarification very interesting gentlemen! :D

I went to do some pruning cuts on the field this afternoon and I confirm that this small chainsaw is really nice by its maneuverability (finally with one hand it does it too and it's still practical sometimes to have a free hand to keep the branch) and the little noise ...

as for the unscrambler I do not know if Makita was stingy in the lead provided or if there is a problem but I ran out of wire before the battery failure : Lol:
in any case when there is wire is a pleasure to handle, nothing to do with my previous unplugging heat or each session was a struggle! The reverse rotation is very convenient to remove the grass wrapped around the spool without having to put the machine and in addition to almost no noise which I appreciate the highest point! : Wink:

you just have to buy some thread!


In the Makita family, I received my brushcutter this WE (the same I think), but no test in real conditions, really rotten time!
But what (relative) silence!
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Unread Messageby Did67 » 12 / 12 / 17, 18: 21

There is a Makita gang being formed, right?
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Unread Messageby sicetaitsimple » 12 / 12 / 17, 19: 02

Did67 wrote:There is a Makita gang being formed, right?


Effectively! I think it's Olivier75 the gang leader.

But there are buttons, LEDs, speeds including reverse, Commander Sicetaitsimple welcomes you on board!

Not tried yet except empty, but a silence! It was my first motivation.
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Unread Messageby Lolounette » 12 / 12 / 17, 19: 44

Buy the wire before planning a full size test : Mrgreen:

Yep silence, foot!
I think that the little students of the elementary school right next to my playground also enjoy! : Wink:
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Unread Messageby sicetaitsimple » 12 / 12 / 17, 19: 48

Lolounette wrote:Buy the wire before planning a full size test : Mrgreen:



I have the blade! And the thread too ....
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Unread Messageby Lolounette » 12 / 12 / 17, 20: 25

is it 2,4 mm your thread? I must be bigleuse I do not find on the record : roll:
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Unread Messageby sicetaitsimple » 12 / 12 / 17, 20: 40

Lolounette wrote:is it 2,4 mm your thread? I must be bigleuse I do not find on the record : roll:


Yes, I think ..... But the record being 260km from where I am, I can not guarantee it!

https://www.racetools.fr/jardiner/2062- ... 95238.html
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Re: My mega-lazy garden in the 63!

Unread Messageby Lolounette » 13 / 12 / 17, 09: 03

bin me I have it under the nose notice and it does not tell me more : Lol:

note I miss half of the doc: they had removed the original boxes to optimize the number of packages and obviously they have not put everything back in the new packaging (I did not even have the record of the chainsaw, good I I'm crazy about it on the internet, but for the head to wire there was perhaps a doc that I do not ...)
too bad I'm going with 2,4mm we'll see!
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