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    Default Re: Just another junk chainsaw

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    Hey XYZ, Did you see someone up in mansfield had a 385xp for sale on c-list for $300 last week or so??

    It didnt last long..
    Yes he contacted me with a 346 357 365 385 FS. I could have had 3 of the 4 for $600. Wasnt interested on my end.
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    Default Re: Just another junk chainsaw

    I seen the 357 and 365 too. All seemed to be decient prices. Likely could have made money just flipping them on ebay.

    Too bad I never see any dolmars come up locally.
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    Default Re: Just another junk chainsaw

    I wont flip on FEEbay no matter how much you can get extra over selling local. I sale from my website or other websites or local by word of mouth. Screw FEEbay IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xyz123 View Post
    I wont flip on FEEbay no matter how much you can get extra over selling local. I sale from my website or other websites or local by word of mouth. Screw FEEbay IMO.
    You should post your website, or is that against TBN forum rules? Someone getting a saw from you would know it is rebuilt right.

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    Default Re: Just another junk chainsaw

    Quote Originally Posted by TomSeller View Post
    You should post your website, or is that against TBN forum rules? Someone getting a saw from you would know it is rebuilt right.
    Just click the BLUE link in my signature line in every post = Learn to repair your own chainsaw at link ChainsawRepair
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    Quote Originally Posted by xyz123 View Post

    Just click the BLUE link in my signature line in every post = Learn to repair your own chainsaw at link ChainsawRepair
    Great site

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    Default Re: Just another junk chainsaw

    The 046 with 460 tank in a box and grocery sack dropped off story.

    One stihl dealer had it for 2 weeks and gave a estimate of $700 to fix. Another small engine shop had it a month and was close to the same.

    So I got a call and the guy drove a hour one way to have me go through his new to him saw. (bought not running from tree service)

    I had it a hour figured out why it stopped running and scored 1/4" area in the process. I ordered $100 in parts (including a new DP muffler set up) and that will fix it up. Little more labor and she should be done next week when parts arrive.

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    Default Re: Just another junk chainsaw

    Quote Originally Posted by TomSeller View Post
    Great site
    Where i learned how to tune my saw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xyz123 View Post

    All 3 of these 70.7cc saws were rebuilt by me. 445 372 440

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    Testing is done in a nice piece of solid 14" ash

    All saws ran 7T 3/8 and all were set in the 13.4k to 13.7k range. Chain was a fresh square off w8ye square grinder. Rakers were (guessing 27 to 29) just over 25 but less then 30.

    2 cuts 14" firm solid fresh take down ash.

    372 11.87 11.91 stock no muffler mods.

    440 10.94 10.93 stock with muffler mod, DP muffler cover with enlarged side exit hole too.

    445 10.13 10.44 stock no muffler mods and still had spark screen installed.


    I really thought the 445 was going to be the slowest in the cut as quite as it was and throttle response wise out of cut. Even in the cut I thought it might have been the slowest till the times were being read out to me.
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    Default Re: Just another junk chainsaw

    Stihl dealer estimate was $700 to fix and had 2 weeks, another dealer had it for a month. He finally picked up his saw and drove 50mins to me one way to get ut looked at. Had it a hour tore down figured out why it burned up. Gave options on repair, Redneck it, aftermarket, oem. Redneck repaired for a total of $200. $100 was for new parts.

    20 mins of test cutting today so far. :bananawiggle:






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