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Author Topic: thinking about porting my 385  (Read 3914 times)

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Re: thinking about porting my 385
« Reply #20 on: August 02, 2012, 01:01:07 PM »
It could be .I've kind of lost contact with a few ,new user names etc. plus I very seldom visit that site .

If it's the same person he used to head up a saw thing at one of the local county fairs in that area .At one time he had a kart engine McCulloch hot saw .

Barbarro,Barbertown ,something like that Wis .

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