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    Stihl

    My little homeowner saw gave up the ghost so I saved a while to buy a new Stihl MS291. Used it a few minutes on last weeks trip , worked fine ,started easy, still have the fuel supplied by the shop at purchase. Looking over the manual, since Im less than mechanical, everything seemed pretty much common sense , until I got to the back cover;..................Click image for larger version. 

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    Don't eat the casting...

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    saw a dude mowing his lawn the other day wearing a hardhat ,goggles and earplugs.

    lol. what a nerd!

    probably works for OSHA
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    Quote Originally Posted by kidoggy View Post
    saw a dude mowing his lawn the other day wearing a hardhat ,goggles and earplugs.

    lol. what a nerd!

    probably works for OSHA
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    Quote Originally Posted by kidoggy View Post
    saw a dude mowing his lawn the other day wearing a hardhat ,goggles and earplugs.

    lol. what a nerd!

    probably works for OSHA
    ear plugs are a good idea.

    these aren't exact figures but, 2hrs of mowing at 120 db is similar to shorter louder sounds like say 1min at 160db etc...

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    whaaaat? I can't hear you...


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    hahaha classic

 

 

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