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Local Parts ?

I live in Worksop Notts and have been looking for a shop where i can get spares ie sprocket smaller bar for small work chains and oils but i cant find anywhere and dont want to pay postage all the time does anyone know of a good place local for all my needs? Ta Matt

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Sounds like a chainsaw issue.........this is a sewing machine forum, suggest a re-post in a different category to get a sensible response quickly.

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